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Mercedes-Benz is coming after Uber with autonomous robo-taxis

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Look out, Uber: Mercedez-Benz is working with a new partner to fill future city streets with autonomous robo-taxis.

Daimler, the parent company of Mercedes-Benz, has teamed up with major automotive supplier Bosch for the latest big-name partnership in the self-driving car game. The two companies will work together in a “development alliance” with the goal of creating systems that will make street-ready autonomous vehicles a reality by 2020.

The Daimler-Bosch efforts have more than just the development of the self-driving cars in mind — the endgame is the creation of an entire shared autonomous mobility system for cities, populated by the aforementioned robo-taxis that can be hailed by riders with a smartphone command. Read more…

More about Mobility, Uber, Ride Hailing, Mercedes Benz, and Daimler

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Mercedes-Benz is coming after Uber with autonomous robo-taxis

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Look out, Uber: Mercedez-Benz is working with a new partner to fill future city streets with autonomous robo-taxis.

Daimler, the parent company of Mercedes-Benz, has teamed up with major automotive supplier Bosch for the latest big-name partnership in the self-driving car game. The two companies will work together in a “development alliance” with the goal of creating systems that will make street-ready autonomous vehicles a reality by 2020.

The Daimler-Bosch efforts have more than just the development of the self-driving cars in mind — the endgame is the creation of an entire shared autonomous mobility system for cities, populated by the aforementioned robo-taxis that can be hailed by riders with a smartphone command. Read more…

More about Mobility, Uber, Ride Hailing, Mercedes Benz, and Daimler

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