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    Yandex.Taxi self-driving car, Yandex, Moscow, Russia

    Developer - Yandex

    taxi.yandex.com

    Yandex.Taxi on Wikipedia

    Head of Self-Driving Cars at Yandex.Taxi - Dmitriy Polishchuk

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    Yandex.Taxi self-driving car – first demo

    Published on May 30, 2017

    "Yandex.Taxi Unveils Self-Driving Car Project"

    May 30, 2017

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    Yandex.Taxi self-driving car — first winter test

    Published on Nov 28, 2017

    We began testing our driverless car technology in winter weather conditions. Safely navigating various weather conditions is an important part of the development of autonomous transport. As our engineers continue to develop our driverless car, they consider all weather conditions and run performance tests looking at a number of factors. Severe winter weather is especially important to test as icy and snow covered roads are not only slippery but difficult to see. After a recent snowfall in the suburbs of Moscow, we tested two Yandex.Taxi driverless car prototypes against winter weather conditions. Our prototypes based on Toyota Prius were modified to run tests with a help from the NAMI (The Central research and development automobile and engine institute).

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    Yandex Self-Driving Car. Moscow streets after a heavy snowfall

    Published on Feb 16, 2018

    Yandex.Taxi self-driving car safely navigates the streets of Moscow after a recent snowstorm managing interactions with traffic, pedestrians, parked vehicles and other road hazards on snowy streets.

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    Yandex Self-Driving Car. First demo passenger rides at Yet Another Conference 2018

    Published on Jun 5, 2018

    Yandex self-driving car demoed future taxi passenger experience to more than 700 attendees of Yet Another Conference 2018.

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    Yandex self-driving car. First long-distance ride

    Published on Jun 22, 2018

    Yandex.Taxi's self-driving car successfully navigated itself 500 miles from Moscow to Kazan, staying in autonomous mode 99% of the time. During the journey, which took about 11 hours, the car handled traffic, rain, dusk, and night driving situations.

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