Tomorrow, June 14, the first Russian self-driving KAMAZ trucks will carry cargo along the M-11 Neva federal highway. The launch of self-driving freight trucks – the first stage of the Unmanned Logistics Corridors project – will take place as part of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.
Four KAMAZ-54901 digital freight trucks will carry commercial cargo from St. Petersburg to Moscow and operate between the logistics terminals of these cities. The project involves the largest carriers: PEC, Global Truck, Gazpromneft-Snabzhenie.
Unmanned cargo delivery is being tested as part of the Experimental Legal Regime Program (ELR) on the M-11 Neva highway. The Ministry of Transport of Russia is responsible for the implementation of the project.