Chinese tech giant Huawei will develop driverless car technology for passengers by 2025, a company executive said on Thursday.
The world’s largest maker of telecommunications equipment has launched an effort to diversify business after US sanctions.
Dozens of startups and large technology firms like Baidu in China have stepped up efforts to build self-driving systems that will bring about drastic changes in the transportation industry.
Huawei is already turning to smart electric cars after the global smartphone business was hit by the American sensationalist. The previous Trump administration had declared the company a threat to national security.
“Our goal is to build a real driverless car by 2025,” said wang Jun, head of Huawei’s intelligent car division. / PCWorld Albanian