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Gemini Motor unveils its autonomous hydrogen-powered ‘RoboTruck’
© Gemini Motor
Gemini Motor unveils its autonomous hydrogen-powered ‘RoboTruck’
© Gemini Motor

Gemini Motor unveils its autonomous hydrogen-powered ‘RoboTruck’

Gemini Motor has set out to revolutionise long-haul logistics as it announces today (June 22) plans to launch a fleet of autonomous hydrogen fuel cell trucks by 2025.

Capitalising on a software-centric approach that incorporates self-learning and sensor fusion, the autonomous truck will have the ability to operate 24 hours a day seven days a week, which Gemini say could quadruple operational efficiency.

The California, US-based cleantech company is currently developing its first prototype of the so-called RoboTruck with ambitions of testing next year (2023).

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