Topic : driverless technology

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Testing of first autonomous shuttle on public roads in Calif. begins

Technology| March 8, 2018

CCTA is leading a pilot demonstration project testing electric, low-speed, multi-passenger autonomous vehicles manufactured by Easymile.

[Video] NEXT Future Transportation

Technology| February 12, 2018

Next is an advanced smart transportation system based on swarms of modular self-driving vehicles, which can join and detach with other modules on standard city roads.

Technology| January 16, 2018

Volvo, tech. univ. to develop autonomous electric buses in Singapore

For Volvo, this will be its first autonomous application in public transportation anywhere in the world.

Technology| January 11, 2018

Navya introduces first fully autonomous taxi in N. America

The totally electric-powered AUTONOM CAB, which will be operated by Keolis, is able to carry up to six passengers.

Government Issues| October 23, 2017

First-ever autonomous vehicles map showcases cities' driverless plans

AV programs are taking shape in 53 cities that represent nearly every continent. Of these 53, 35 cities including Austin, Washington, Paris, Helsinki and London are already piloting projects.

University| June 26, 2017

Driverless shuttle service coming to University of Michigan

Will use two fully automated, 15-passenger, all-electric shuttles manufactured by French firm NAVYA to transport students, faculty and staff on a nonstop two-mile route.

Technology| June 8, 2017

Transdev, Delphi to develop autonomous on-demand transport system

Will utilize Transdev Universal Routing Engine and Delphi's automated driving platform — the Centralized Sensing, Localization and Planning platform which is being developing in partnership with Mobileye.

Accessibility| April 18, 2017

Autonomous shuttle to use 'cool tech' to serve people with disabilities

Future capabilities may include directing direct visually impaired passengers to empty seats or training the vehicle to recognize sign language.

Management & Operations| April 11, 2017

By 2030, 25% of miles driven in U.S. could be in shared self-driving e-cars

Convergence of three trends — ride sharing, autonomous driving, and vehicle electrification — will offer big-city dwellers cheap, convenient transportation, transforming the automotive industry, says report.

Management & Operations| March 9, 2017

Jacksonville hosts Easy Mile autonomous vehicle demonstration

More than a hundred people attended the event to learn more about the future of the Skyway and take a ride in a vehicle that utilizes next generation autonomous vehicle technology.


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