Rio Tinto, an iron mining company in Australia, has launched a fully automated rail network with the world's largest train robot.
The railway network established in Pilbara region of Western Australia has a length of approximately 800 kilometers. Trains travel for 40 hours, including loading and unloading cargo. Company sözcüHe said that this system is a first in the world.
This road, the world's first self-sustaining heavy-duty heavy-duty rail network, is at the very top of the reach of a million-dollar project. Trains equipped with fully self-controlling software are used to transport inter-port cargoes.
Self-driving technology will be seen in many areas in the future. Self-driving cars are currently one of the most well-known technologies. With the further development of this technology, various vehicles such as driverless boats and driverless aircraft can be seen.