Mercedes-Benz Vision URBANETIC – More than a self-driving vehicle

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A revolutionary new mobility concept, the Vision URBANETIC platform from Mercedes-Benz Vans is much more than all-electric, self-driving vehicle. Fully networked with its surroundings, it not only analyzes current needs to develop optimal solutions, but also learning from them to help anticipate future needs. For instance, the overall system can use the data captured by […]

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