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Unmanned vehicle tested on St. Pete roads

8 Jul '20
The StarLine unmanned vehicle, which is being developed by a team of engineers from the St. Petersburg NGO Starline, will begin road testing on July 10. This was announced on Thursday by the press service of the research and production association.

At the end of May, the drone passed state road tests and received certification. Certification and evaluation of unmanned vehicles is carried out by the state research center FSUE NAMI, which develops and tests motor vehicles.
On July 10, the StarLine unmanned vehicle begins testing on public roads. The first tests of a highly automated vehicle will take place in the Mars field of St. Petersburg. During testing, a test engineer will be in the drones cabin to control the movement, the report said.
StarLine unmanned vehicle today is able to move quite confidently in a light city. It defines traffic signs, traffic lights and pedestrians, goes around obstacles, can be reconstructed into another lane. Previously, the drone was already tested in closed areas on the territory of Skolkovo, participated in the race at the Crimean bridge and became the finalist of the Winter City drone race, which took place in 2019.
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