Autonomous cars will seem on Russian roads by the tip of 2021

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Autonomous automobiles will appear on Russian roads by the end of 2021


 

TASS.- The utilization of autonomous cars on Russian public roads must be enforced by the tip of September 2021. The difficulty is said within the identification doc of the nationwide undertaking: Protected and Excessive-High quality Roads, printed on the web site of the Russian authorities.

In line with the doc, the idea of making certain street security following the participation of autonomous cars on public roads must be authorized by September 2019. The know-how for such course of is predicted to be developed by the tip of 2020. The related legal guidelines for the utilization of unmanned autos are deliberate to be established by the tip of 2021, alongside the introduction of transport programs that may enable the utilization of
unmanned autos within the first 27 stations. The route of
autonomous cars will lengthen to 55 stations in Russia by the tip of 2024.

The Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has signed a decree on the implementation of exams on driverless autos on the general public roads of Moscow and Tatarstan in December 2018. The experiment has been prolonged to March 2022, the outcomes of which can affirm the potential of working the autonomous cars on public roads, in addition to the event of technical necessities and the required rules and paperwork. The primary cars might seem on the roads as early as Spring 2019.

The preparation of the decision was carried out inside the framework of the Autonet Scientific and Technical Institute working group, which incorporates automobile producers, the Ministry of Trade and Commerce, the Ministry of Transport, the Ministry of Inside Affairs and the NAMI, alongside Yandex.

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