Xiaomi is a smart device manufacturer that had already announced its entry into the EV segment last year. Now Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun confirmed significant progress in the electric vehicle segment. The organization has reported Xiaomi Pilot Technology, which is Xiaomi’s in-house created independent driving arrangement.
The organization has vowed USD500 million toward the arrangement of the R&D group and the formation of what it alludes to as the most developed self-driving innovation. They have hired more than 500 industry researchers around the world to build a strong R&D group. Along with that, the company have made strategic acquisitions to get the most recent innovations and technologies access.
One of the prominent acquisitions was Shandong Technology, an independent driving beginning up. This securing gave Xiaomi admittance to currently created innovation and a group of master engineers.
Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun claims that the in-house developed pilot technology has already surpassed all the expectations so far. The organization is adding one more USD300 million to its drawn out modern key abilities. This venture involves an immediate stake in excess of ten previously working organizations that arrangement including sensors to actuators to regulators in the independent driving space. Xiaomi is playing it safe in guaranteeing that it has consistent admittance to provisions and innovation.
Xiaomi likewise shared a demo video of its Pilot Technology. The video shows a live test video of Xiaomi’s self-driving innovation. This innovation has been totally worked by Xiaomi engineers.
Xiaomi is likewise chipping away at independent valet stopping and programmed mechanical arm charging. In this way, it will be truly fascinating to perceive how Xiaomi figures out how to go up against enormous opponents like Tesla.
In the main stage, Xiaomi will make an armada of 140 test vehicles and plans to turn into the business chief in 2024. I don’t know how Xiaomi could plan to be the business chief in the EV portion in under years when the organization is still in the beginning phase of advancement.