Autonomous trucks run over 100 million kilometres safely

May 27 | 2024

Inceptio Technology, the Chinese developer of autonomous driving technologies for heavy-duty trucks, has announced that heavy-duty trucks powered by the Inceptio Autonomous Driving System and its Truck Navigate-on-Autopilot (T-NOA) capabilities have surpassed the significant milestone of 100 million kilometres in safe commercial operations.

EN Inceptio TrucksThis achievement underscores how L3 and L2+ autonomous heavy-duty trucks have been successfully deployed across the line-haul logistics sector, including express delivery, less-than-truckload (LTL) transportation, and contract logistics.

Inceptio’s Autonomous Driving System covers 83% of China’s national highways connecting seven major economic zones. Over the course of the 100 million kilometres, a total of 1,864 drivers safely used Inceptio-powered L3 and L2+ trucks in their daily operations.

Current customers include all the top logistics companies in China. Inceptio has also established an extensive footprint across the contract logistics segment, including cold chain, automotive, beverages, and fast-moving consumer goods among many others, serving global brands such as Budweiser and Nestlé.

Inceptio has partnered with several leading Chinese truck manufacturers to pre-load mass produced trucks with the Inceptio Autonomous Driving System.

Photo: Inceptio autonomous vehicles.