According to the document, the company plans to conduct a series of tests of autonomous Gazelle and KamAZ. The vehicles will be tested on the infield roads of the fields. The use of these vehicles will help to optimize logistics and increase the safety of cargo transportation.
In the future, the vehicles controlled by artificial intelligence can take over many logistics operations in the fields. The testing experience can be used when the experiment with unmanned vehicles driving on public road is conducted.
The agreement also provides the company with an opportunity to use unmanned aerial vehicles to monitor the company’s pipelines and production infrastructure.