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Watch this Chinese New Year display of self-driving cars over Hong Kong’s new bridge

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Self-driving cars rode over the world’s longest over the sea bridge, creating an amazing view.

The cars were driving along the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge, which is the world’s longest over the sea bridge.

The display took place on the eve of the Chinese New Year.

Powered by Baidu’s Apollo technology, the cars were accompanied by drones in the air.

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According to the video story, 300 drones jumped over the bridge, just like dolphins over the sea.

In the meantime, watch the video and see how the cars zig-zags on their own along the bridge in the night.

Nevertheless, the mega bridge is a dual three-lane highway.

on the other hand, once in operation, it will reduce driving time between Macau-Zhuhai to 30 minutes.

The display was a show of prowess of modern technology, which includes Internet of Things.

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