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Delphi Automotive Plc will launch a small test fleet of automated taxis in Singapore next year, aiming to ferry passengers around a city district in one of the first real-world tests of automated rides on demand, the company said Monday.By 2022, the Singapore authority plans to launch a regularly operating automated cab service, Delphi said.Delphi plans to start the project with a fleet of Audi vehicles equipped with automated driving and mapping systems. Other companies are studying the economics of using automated driving systems to replace human drivers in taxi or ride-hailing services, including Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft, which is collaborating with General Motors Co.
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