The launch comes after successful development and testing at the Shanghai research center and marks a milestone in advanced autonomous driving technology research.
The newly developed AVP delivers an advanced Level 4 autonomous driving experience based on the integration of vehicle and road-integrated technologies.
Fixed sensory equipment such as lasers, radar and communications devices in parking areas can identify and track vehicle and obstacle positions, send this information via 5G to the vehicle and guide it to a safe parking space.
Drivers will be able to exit their car anywhere in the parking area and leave the car to park itself autonomously. Upon returning, drivers will be able to summon the vehicle to their current location using a mobile app and drive away.
The integrated system of AVP can overcome the challenges autonomous vehicles face at underground parking lots with no GPS signal, blind spots and tight turning circles.
Equipped with this technology, the HiPhi X will debut at the 2020 Beijing Auto Show, becoming the world's first mass-produced smart electric vehicle to achieve Level 4 fully autonomous parking.
Human Horizons Founder and CEO, Ding Lei noted, "Human Horizons leverages technology to enhance the driving experience and efficiency while prioritizing user safety for our projects. With this in mind, we seek to promote autonomous driving and launch V2X technology ready for mass-market application."