AutoX is currently expanding the sizes of both the autonomous and fully driverless zones.   -  Photo: AutoX

AutoX is currently expanding the sizes of both the autonomous and fully driverless zones. 

Photo: AutoX

AutoX announced that its RoboTaxi fleet has grown to more than 1,000 vehicles.

AutoX recently opened a new RoboTaxi operations center in San Francisco to further expand the company’s AV testing capacity in the city.

Previously, AutoX RoboTaxis have been testing in the greater San Jose, Calif. area since 2016.

AutoX is currently testing and deploying RoboTaxi fleets in five cities, including San Francisco and China’s Shenzhen, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Beijing. 

AutoX has over 1,000 technical team members, 5 R&D offices, and now 10 operations centers globally with the newest opening in San Francisco.

“We want to deploy the AutoX RoboTaxi fleet in many cities to serve hundreds of millions of people, as well to improve and become a part of communities around the world. Cities such as San Francisco, Shenzhen, Shanghai, and Beijing are the launchpads for RoboTaxis to transform people’s daily lives. And that’s just the beginning,” said Dr Jianxiong Xiao, founder and CEO of AutoX. 

In July 2021, AutoX’s Gen5 system-equipped RoboTaxis started rolling off the production line. More recently in January 2022, AutoX shared an inside look at its Level 4 fully driverless RoboTaxis dedicated production facility located near Shanghai, China. Since starting production, the RoboTaxi assembly line has been in full operation. 

In Shenzhen, AutoX operates four operations centers scattered across the 1,000 square kilometers service area. The other AutoX RoboTaxi operations centers are located in Guangzhou, Shanghai, and Beijing.

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