By design, the new product from KAMAZ is vaguely reminiscent of the unmanned Volvo Vera tractor, which since June 2019 has been transporting containers from the logistics center to the sea loading port of Gothenburg. Such trucks move in a string along a given route at a speed of up to 40 kilometers per hour. All of them are united in a single network, connected to a cloud service and controlled by operators remotely.
At the end of last year, it became known that KAMAZ began testing a drone designed to transport coal at the Listvyazhnaya mine in the Kuzbass mine. It is equipped with cruise control with a speed limiter, as well as obstacle avoidance systems and assistance with changing lanes. This allows the truck to rebuild, overtake and drive through intersections.