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  • Mar 18, 2019
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March 18th, 2019
RoboSense Provides LiDAR to GACHA — First Autonomous Driving Shuttle Bus For All Weather Conditions Co-Developed by MUJI & Sensible 4

SHENZHEN, ChinaRoboSense http://www.robosense.ai, a leader in LiDAR perception technology solutions and CES 2019 Innovation Award Honoree, announced today that it has provided cold-resistant all-weather LiDAR for the world’s first autonomous driving shuttle bus for all weather conditions — GACHA. GACHA is equipped with RoboSense’s advanced cold-resistant 16-beam mechanical LiDAR environment perception system to operate vehicles in harsh winter and other severe weather conditions. The autonomous shuttle bus robo-taxi  GACHA was designed in collaboration with Finnish autonomous driving company Sensible 4, who provided software for positioning, navigation, and obstacle detection; MUJI, who provided  expertise in design and user experience; and RoboSense.