Topic : Local Motors

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Local Motors' AV shuttle to serve Army, Marine Corp. base near D.C.

Mobility| June 21, 2019

Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall won a regional fleet challenge, which asked entrants to propose use-case scenarios for the shuttle.

Local Motors debuts autonomous shuttle on California campus

Mobility| March 4, 2019

Sacramento State competed in and won an Olli fleet challenge for presenting a best-use scenario for the eight-person vehicle.

Technology| February 15, 2019

Goodyear, Local Motors join forces on autonomous shuttles

Allows Goodyear to study the operation and maintenance areas that need to be addressed when there is no driver at the controls.

Mobility| August 21, 2018

Local Motors' self-driving shuttle makes University at Buffalo debut

The shuttle, which is mostly 3D-printed, is capable of seating eight passengers and reaching 25 mph.

Mobility| July 12, 2018

Automated Vehicle Deployments Gaining in Popularity

Many new automated vehicle deployments are for fixed-route applications with defined coverage areas, or for first/last mile deployments around a hub.

March 27, 2018

Public Transit Needs a Voice in Automated/Autonomous Vehicle Regulatory Talks

This technology will forever change transportation on a local level and national scale; the time is ripe for public transit agencies and OEMs to be more visible in shaping the outcome of these discussions, regulations, and laws.

Mobility| 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.

Mobility| January 23, 2017

Local Motors, Stantec partner to deliver, test self-driving shuttles

Will provide a full suite of services in the delivery of Local Motors' Olli, a self-driving, cognitive shuttle targeted for use by various markets, including transit agencies, universities and hospitals.

Mobility| June 17, 2016

Self-driving vehicle integrating IBM Watson tech debuts

The electric vehicle, dubbed "Olli," which can carry up to 12 people, will be used on public roads in Washington, D.C., and late in 2016 in Miami-Dade County and Las Vegas.

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