The ECOTRON self-driving delivery vehicle is based on the self-developed autonomous driving domain controller, it has an all-wheel steering chassis with hub motors, integrated with sensors such as LiDAR and cameras. It is suitable for autonomous delivering services in constrained locations, such as school campuses, residential areas, and business quarters.
End users can use an App on their smartphones to interact with self-driving delivery vehicles. For instance: After receiving an order from an user, a vehicle is able to locate the customer and itself, direct itself to the customer following the optimal route. Upon the arrival of the delivering vehicle, users will receive push notifications on their phones, and they will be able to interact with the delivery vehicle (e.g. open the cabin door) with an App.
ECOTRON’s self-driving delivery vehicles have powerful autonomous driving domain controllers built-in, equipped with sensors like LiDAR, millimeter wave radar, camera, and available V2X connectivity. With ECOTRON’s algorithms and systems, our vehicles can perform automatic driving control, automatic route planning, automatic steering control, object recognition and other autonomous driving functions.
Our Autonomous Driving Control Unit (ADCU) is the brain of our self-driving vehicles. Based on Black Sesame A1000 and Infineon TC297, it supports up to level 4 autonomous driving applications. It is the most mature, stable control unit with ASIL-D rating on the market.
ECOTRON has a wealth of experience and technical advantages in intelligent driving control technologies. The autonomous driving domain controller ADCU has been proven in logistics/distribution industries, mining industries, municipal vehicle industries, and others. For our customers, we offer engineering services such as system integration, supporting domain controller products, and autonomous driving control strategy development.