Video: Volvo's autonomous waste collection truck

Volvo Trucks and Swedish waste management company Renova are currently testing and researching how automated vehicles can contribute to safer, more efficient refuse handling and create a better working environment for drivers. The test subject is an autonomous, self-driving Volvo FM truck equipped with GPS and Lidar-based systems for mapping, positioning and scanning of the area around the vehicle.

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