Honda Autonomous Work Vehicle: Construction Use Case



Honda and Black & Veatch have successfully tested the prototype Honda Autonomous Work Vehicle (AWV) at a construction site in New Mexico. During the month-long field test, the second-generation, fully-electric Honda AWV performed a range of functions at a large-scale solar energy construction project, including towing activities and transporting construction materials, water, and other supplies to pre-set destinations within the work site.

Source

43 thoughts on “Honda Autonomous Work Vehicle: Construction Use Case”

  1. Japan and the World, including Honda, Kenwood and Vertex-Standard radio equipment, have benefited from the U.S. policy of rebuilding defeated nations rather than simply taking absolute control.

    Reply
  2. Не смотря на высокотехнологичное чудо, возле этой машинки крутятся 4-5 человек🤣

    Reply
  3. After seeing this convinced HMC Honda stock goimg to rally one day pr the other very undervalued stock.Gonna grab more shares

    Reply
  4. I LOVE IT!! it's so cute, and looks so retro too!! do you know if it will be produced with some seats? i would love to own one of those 😉

    Reply
  5. I hope these machines replace all those filthy peasants, so high class citizens don't have to bear witness to their disgusting presence.

    Reply
  6. Doesn't look like it was shot in the us. Maybe white men don't do construction jobs anymore, mostly white women and immigrants I suppose 🤷🏻‍♂️

    Reply
  7. Já vejo os peão subindo nas costas do carro autônomo pra economizar galocha.. andar do lado do carro com certeza é a visão dos gringos de como o povo aqui toca uma obra

    Reply
  8. Would be nice if you could make cars with reliable back up cameras. Mine went out after 4 years 50000 miles. 8 year old Corolla going strong 💪

    Reply

Leave a Comment