An unmanned vehicle developed by PIX Moving. [Photo/WeChat account of Guiyang HIDZ]
The unmanned vehicles developed by Guizhou PIX Moving Technology Co (PIX Moving), located inside the Guiyang National High-tech Industrial Development Zone (Guiyang HIDZ), have been supporting the construction of smart cities while also winning more international orders.
These innovative vehicles do not have a cockpit, pedals, rearview mirrors, or even a steering wheel. Designed symmetrically, they can move in both directions without any complications between the front and the rear.
According to Cao Yuteng, chief operating officer of PIX Moving, the unmanned vehicles developed by his company have already received orders from Spain, India, South Korea, and other countries, contributing to the development of smart cities.
By incorporating AI and big data, the company has eliminated the need for traditional automobile mold development, resulting in digitized production, a shortened manufacturing cycle, and reduced production costs.
"With the continuous evolution and diversification of vehicle usage scenarios, automakers are gradually shifting towards more proactive, intelligent, and innovative service models," said Cao.
PIX Moving is focused on providing transportation services for scenic spots, universities, and airports.
Its ultimate vision is to provide an optimal spatial paradigm for urban environments and achieve bi-directional mobility between people and spaces, Cao added.
In August, PIX Moving appeared with its self-developed unmanned vehicles at the 23rd China International Fair for Investment and Trade, showcasing the integration of digital technology and the real economy, along with new achievements, new scenarios, and new models of development.
In October, at an industrial chain partnership meeting hosted by the battery maker CATL, PIX Moving signed an agreement with Guizhou Changjiang Automobile Co to collaborate on researching and developing production in areas such as autonomous driving and electric vehicles.
Currently, the NEV model tailored for the European market is about to enter the testing phase. Once delivered, this model will be utilized for daily urban commuting.