Volvo Pioneers Autonomous, Self-Driving Refuse Truck In The Urban Environment




Volvo Group, together with Swedish waste and recycling specialists Renova, is testing a pioneering autonomous refuse truck that has the potential to be used across the urban environment.
The project explores how automation can contribute to enhanced traffic safety, improved working conditions and lower environmental impact.
Source: VolvoGroupVideos
Read more: venturebeat.com
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