US News Moia makes the beginning: VW wants to drive up to 2025 in Germany autonomously to Level 4

14:50  12 may  2021
14:50  12 may  2021 Source:   t3n.de

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Volkswagen announces the next level of his software strategy: From 2025, the Group wants to bring self-propelled cars to German roads - first in the form of electric ridge-hairing Shuttles of Moia.

VW ID Buzz. © Volkswagen VW ID Buzz.

The Wolfsburger Automotive Group concretized his plans for highly autonomous driving after Level 4 on Wednesday and referred to as the next major digitization jump. The Group plans to allow 2025 first autonomous shuttles and later also transporter autonomously - private vehicles play no role in autonomous driving, so vw.

with Tech of ARGO AI: ID Buzz Ad becomes first autonomous VW vehicle

Volkswagen commercial vehicles has launched its own business segment for the development of autonomous driving and works with the partner Argo Ai, the self-driving technology after autonomy 4 in the fully electrical ID Buzz to integrate. This should be used from 2025 in the Ride Hailing fleet of the VW daughter Moia in different cities. VW and Ford have involved with two billion US dollars at Argo AI and the further development of the so-called self-driving system (SDS).

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VW is planning to bring his fully autonomous id buzz to 2025 on German road. (Image: VW)

"Our goal is to enable commercial operations with driving and delivery services from 2025 with the autonomous version of the ID BUZZ from 2025," said Christian Senger, Head of Autonomous Driving at VWN, in the course of a digital conference. Light commercial vehicles are the first logical site for the transport of people and goods.

for cars VW has no concrete plans for autonomous trips to Level 4 or 5. (Image: VW)

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ARGO AI and VW have set a T6 transporter to MEB basis and integrated the self-drive technology. (Image: VW)

ARGO has a first prototype in spring, a T6 van on MEB basis, equipped with the self-propelled technology of the meanwhile fifth generation and test it for the first time in Germany. Overall, ARGO tests its technology already in six American inner cities. In Germany, the technology should first be tested at the German site in Munich on a nine hectare test field near the airport for the European market. In the inner-city environment, the company later plan a pilot operation with security drivers before the market start in Germany completely droolless success.

Autonomous Driving at VW: Security has the highest priority

ARGO AI relies on a combination of different sensors in its SDS - this is also used in ID Buzz. (Image: VW)

for Volkswagen and Argo AI games security a major role, which is why companies have a combination of sensors and camera systems in the vehicle "for indispensable". A new Lidar scanner developed by ARGO, which in contrast to radar works with light waves and is standard in the development of autonomous driving in many manufacturers, should be better than the solutions of the competitors. Among other things, the sensor could detect objects from a distance of up to 400 meters. ARGO also set a so-called "Geiger Mode", which even recognize the smallest particles, so that weakly reflective objects can be recorded, so the company. Through these technologies, it is possible that vehicles with ARGO-AI technology could also drive faster in densely populated areas.

The SDS technology of ARGO AI is intended to work more precisely than the autonomous systems of competitors. (Image: vw)

Self-propelled ID-Buzz shuttles: Moia wants to start 2025 in Hamburg

VW already has concrete plans for the commercial use of his autonomous vehicles: the VW daughter Moia, already in Hamburg an electric ride pooling service Offers, the first ID buzz ad is in use from 2025.

According to Moia Managing Director Robert Henrich, the integration of autonomous vehicles is an important step in expanding the business segment. In addition to a "maximum operational efficiency", Henrich assumes that autonomous shuttles can relieve the inner-city traffic.

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