'Project Qatar Mobility’ aims to create a holistic ecosystem for autonomous driving, including the creation of an appropriate legal framework, smart city infrastructure and transfer of knowledge, which can be used as a blueprint to transform urban mobility, both in Qatar and beyond.
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Georgia Tech and Delta Airlines have been testing autonomous vehicles at the Curiosity Lab at Peachtree Corners to collect data about potential applications within airports.
The framework from the United Nations (UN) highlights the need to prioritise public safety when implementing autonomous vehicles in society.
In an effort to support the expansion of Shanghai’s public transportation network, driverless trains are being installed for Shanghai Metro Line 14.
With a driver on board in case of emergencies, Singapore has begun the first on-demand autonomous shuttle trial which marks a major milestone in real-world testing.
The shuttles are 100 per cent electric, eco-friendly and provide a good alternative to the private car and a complementary offer to walking and cycling.
ViaVan and Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe have launched the on-demand shuttle service ‘BerlKönig’ in Berlin, with an initial fleet of 50 vehicles.
Keolis has carried out more than 30 trials and demonstrations, driven 40,000km and transported 110,000 passengers in autonomous shuttles.
Chariot, which began operating in London earlier in 2018, is a ride-sharing minibus service that connects commuters in areas underserved by public transport.