ZF chose to cooperate with partner Aidrivers in order to develop autonomous driving solutions in port logistics. ZF Mobility Solutions will be the engineering partner for the integration, validation and deployment of converted vehicles, which can be used in mixed traffic operations without special lanes for on-yard logistic solutions.

Autonomous driving, ZF and Aidrivers release official statements

“Based on our long-term expertise in autonomous driving systems, we are delighted to now also operate successfully on the market as mobility solutions provider,” said Alexander Makowski, Head of ZF Mobility Solutions. “In addition, we will leverage the ZF Group’s entire expertise in vehicle technology, for example in the electrification of the drivetrain and vehicle motion control. And together with our global aftermarket organization, we will provide state-of-the-art customer service directly on site.”

“We are proud to have won ZF as a global partner with expertise in the field of autonomous driving in a wide range of applications, from passenger cars and commercial vehicles to special vehicles. This is the perfect match for us as a small, innovative solution provider for autonomous driving in ports and logistics areas”, added Rafiq Swash, CEO of Aidrivers.


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