A Finnish road maintenance equipment R & D company recently held a press conference in Helsinki to demonstrate its development of a high-power fully automatic low-carbon road sweeper, which can clean an area of up to 13000 square meters per hour. According to the company, trombia, the new sweeper is developed based on the company’s patented technology of automatic cleaning. Driven by electricity, the sweeper can run at a maximum speed of 6 km / h under automatic driving state, and can work continuously for up to 17 hours after being fully charged. The one-way sweeping width is 2.2 meters, and the maximum cleaning area is about 13000 square meters per hour. < p > < p > at the press conference, the road sweeper looks like a car, which can run smoothly and flexibly according to the route preset by the computer, and can clean the road dust, sand and other debris. The car has low noise and can avoid obstacles by induction. < / P > < p > according to the R & D personnel, when the same cleaning effect is achieved, the energy consumption of this vehicle is less than 15% of the current common suction sweeping vehicle. In addition, equipped with laser radar based machine vision technology, the sweeper can collect and analyze the surrounding environment data during operation, and generate millions of images in real time. Therefore, it can accurately self position itself all day long and avoid obstacles or pedestrians. < / P > < p > “it is estimated that the global road sweepers using diesel fuel produce more than 3 million tons of carbon dioxide annually, causing damage to the environment. These new sweepers provide a low-carbon and environmentally friendly alternative. ” “Trombia” CEO andI nicarnin said. < / P > < p > R & D experts said that the sweeper will be used in several cities for 12 months from the beginning of 2021. If everything goes well, it is planned to start mass production and delivery of the product in 2022. Epic Games accused Google of monopolizing the latter, which may have a better chance than apple

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