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Baidu's full line of Apollo products will make their first collective appearance at CES 2018, showing Apollo productization and mass production results for overseas developers and partners, The Wire has learned. In addition, Apollo 2.0 will be launched in Las Vegas.
According to the report, the Baidu Apollo US team is based at its R&D center in Sunnyvale, California, which was officially opened in October 2017 and covers 3,400 square meters for two divisions: one is a division of Baidu's Intelligent Driving Group (IDG), which is responsible for the Apollo open platform for autonomous driving; the other is a division of the cybersecurity department. The R&D center can accommodate 150 people and has an automotive lab.