Skip to main content recently signed several major commercial deals with a total annualized contract value surpassing 500 million RMB. These contracts are now swiftly moving into implementation, reaffirming’s sustainable business model in autonomous driving sanitation and its dominant position in commercialization.

Partner and COO, William Liu expressed, “We’re truly honored by this recognition and support from customers as well as the market. Currently, our company is witnessing a surge in both orders and revenue, with annualized contract values exceeding 500 million RMB. The majority of these contracts extend beyond three years, indicating nearly two billion RMB in long-term contracts. This positive momentum in commercial revenue serves as a solid testament to our proactive expansion into both domestic and international markets, further solidifying our competitive edge in the unmanned sanitation sector.” lineup already officially launched has already implemented operations in over 30 cities worldwide, and has also spearheaded numerous large-scale benchmark projects worth billions of yuan, enabling the production of operational data and validating current technological products.

A recent highlight project features collaboration with TUS-EST in four major cities across China. Together, the two companies are driving a significant upgrade of traditional sanitation equipment to autonomous cleaning devices. By introducing cutting-edge autonomous driving tech and smart equipment, their goal is to boost urban cleaning efficiency, cut operational costs, and enhance overall effectiveness. This upgrade not only slashes labor expenses but also makes sanitation operations smarter, more precise, and efficient. This collaboration isn’t just about swapping out equipment; it’s about infusing vitality into the traditional sanitation industry’s digital transformation through innovative product tech and optimized service models.

Autowise V3 deployed in TUSPark in Beijing

base on the strategic partnership signing with and TUS-EST and TUS-EST share a deep-rooted connection, with the latter choosing to invest in as far back as 2018. This collaboration laid the groundwork for supporting the innovative implementation of unmanned driving technology. The recent partnership with TUS-EST is another instance of mutual empowerment, leveraging’s technological expertise in the unmanned driving sector and TUS-EST’s extensive presence in sanitation scenes nationwide. Together, they aim to pioneer the development of a leading national ecosystem for innovative unmanned sanitation industries. is also engaged in several other notable large-scale projects:

  • Since operations began in September 2022, the smart sanitation project initiated by in Xidong New Town, Wuxi, has grown into a national demonstration project for unmanned sanitation, with nearly nine million square meters of road surfaces and over four million square meters of green belts cleaned.
  • The smart sanitation project in Suzhou High-speed Rail New Town has been operational for five years since 2019, covering approximately 18.185 kilometers of main roads and pedestrian walkways in the vicinity of Suzhou Xiangcheng District High-speed Rail New Town, with a total area of 550,000 square meters.
  • In ShanghaiSongjiang District, has completed the bulk delivery of its self-developed unmanned sweeper, Autowise V3, and the product has been put into regular unmanned cleaning operations, marking the first batch application of fully unmanned cleaning in a bonded zone in China.
  • ai is also actively responding to the policy on unmanned driving sanitation equipment in Shenzhen, deploying unmanned cleaning operations in areas such as Nanshan and Futian districts, with nearly 20 unmanned cleaning vehicles deployed. Due to its superior adaptability to municipal roads and product maturity, Autowise V3 has received unanimous recognition from the market and customers.

With the rapid development of autonomous driving technology and the surge in market demand for intelligent sanitation equipment, the unmanned sanitation industry is experiencing explosive growth. The emphasis and investment by governments and enterprises across the country on unmanned sanitation have propelled the widespread application of unmanned cleaning vehicles.

Autowise V3 in Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou and Shenzhen

To truly cut costs and boost efficiency, scaling up the operation of cleaning vehicles is crucial. Leveraging its nationwide benchmark projects, is gearing up to deploy over 1,000 units of Platforma-X, offering an innovative “one vehicle, multiple uses” and “one person, multiple vehicles” approach.

Platforma-X, unveiled by in March this year, stands as the industry’s pioneer in “one vehicle, multiple uses” unmanned sanitation vehicles. It features an innovative design with “1 chassis + 3 modules” allowing swift transformation into three types of sanitation vehicles: sweeping, spraying, and waste transferal.

Compared to purchasing three separate vehicles, Platforma-X can slash vehicle procurement costs by up to 50%. Its cabin-free, driver-less design, coupled with automatic charging and watering, reduces labor costs for drivers and charging/watering personnel to zero. For end-users, Platforma-X can slash overall costs by nearly 70%. The vehicle achieves seamless unmanned operations from start to finish, autonomously handling tasks such as startup checks, scheduled operations, waste disposal, and automatic charging/watering, establishing a fully automated loop for the entire sanitation operation chain.


Currently, unmanned sanitation has entered a breakthrough period characterized by market demand, technological feasibility, and policy-driven momentum. As the longest-standing unmanned driving technology enterprise focused on sanitation, is poised to lead the charge in commercialization with its mature business model, thus taking the lead in rapid commercial growth.

As a typical traditional industry, sanitation has long faced challenges brought about by heavy reliance on human labor, such as severe aging, recruitment difficulties, and high labor costs. At the same time, China’s sanitation operation market is worth up to 300 billion yuan, with a compound annual growth rate of around 7%. Roads and pedestrian areas grow by 5%-6% annually, and based on current mechanization levels, there will be at least a one million person labor shortage by 2025.

According to a report by EO Intelligence on the commercial application of autonomous driving in the sanitation scene in China, one autonomous sanitation vehicle’s operational efficiency is equivalent to that of 6-10 sanitation workers, and autonomous sanitation vehicles can reduce sanitation service costs by over 40%.

In addition to its extensive domestic business layout, has accurately identified trillion-dollar market opportunities in Europe, North America, and the Middle East. It is currently the only autonomous driving enterprise to have completed commercial deployments in overseas sanitation scenes, expanding its business to overseas cities such as Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, Riyadh in Saudi Arabia, Preston in the United Kingdom, Duisburg in Germany, and Phoenix in the United States. In European and North American countries, high labor costs drive natural demand for replacing manpower with unmanned cleaning vehicles. Taking the United States as an example, the average annual salary for sanitation workers is 30,000 USD, which is 6-8 times that of Chinese sanitation workers. The United States pays a staggering 420 billion yuan in wages to sanitation workers annually. There is a natural demand for unmanned cleaning vehicles to replace manpower. In addition to cost-saving market demands, the Middle East also faces harsh environmental conditions due to hot weather, which prevent workers from working outdoors. Particularly after Saudi Arabia launched its Vision 2030 plan, requiring more than 25% of public roads to achieve unmanned operation for vehicles, favorable policies have accelerated’s landing in this market.

Autowise V3 in Dubai, Riyadh and Preston

The global urban cleaning market has evolved from mechanization to electrification and is now progressing towards unmanned operations. Unmanned cleaning vehicles are not only the inevitable trend of technological development but also the natural choice for cost reduction and efficiency enhancement in the sanitation industry. Leveraging its early-mover advantage in the field of autonomous driving sanitation, is leading the way in commercial development with a dual drive of market demand and policy promotion. It has pioneered a commercial development path characterized by “benchmark scene implementation, full unmanned operation, and global market expansion,” making the landing of autonomous driving technology a replicable success.