Connected Drive

This year, for the first time, CE China is hosting a new section dedicated to autonomous driving, concept cars, electric vehicles and intelligent driving.

Intelligent interconnection is as much a trend in the automotive industry as it is in CE and HA, and, because of this, CE China 2019 is continuing the work started at IFA Berlin with the Shift Automotive symposium. The Connected Driving and New Energy Vehicles element of the show will have practical exhibits and examples of vehicles and technology.

Visitors will be able to test the comfort and intelligence of the new panda-shaped driverless electric bus by DeepBlue Technology, with its in-vehicle robot voice interaction, passenger abnormal behaviour monitoring and intelligent emergency escape system. Also on show are systems from AutoX and which both claim to offer world rsts in self-driving solutions.

Also taking part is GAC New Energy Automobile, which was founded in 2017 and is dedicated to the innovation and development of electric vehicles. Visitors will be able to have a try on its first car under the Aion brand, Aion S, which went on sale in April 2019.

WeRide, meanwhile, is a smart mobility company in China that creates leading L4 autonomous driving technologies. Until now, WeRide has been qualified for road test in both Guangzhou and California.