RAC will work with the Western Australian Government to identify potential trial locations, with public trials planned for 2019.
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Keolis has carried out more than 30 trials and demonstrations, driven 40,000km and transported 110,000 passengers in autonomous shuttles.
The NAVYA Autonom Shuttle will be trialled for 12 months, operating in real traffic conditions, on public roads, coexisting with regular traffic.
Over the next five years, Adelaide, South Australia will begin to test the limits and opportunities of driverless technology…
Groupe ADP, Keolis and Navya are all involved in a pilot project at Roissypôle, where two electric, autonomous shuttles will be trialled…
A new offering from NAVYA and Via will greatly enhance both the convenience, safety and user experience of autonomous rides in NAVYA's new cab…
The self-driving shuttle suffered an unfortunate accident chalked up to human error just two hours after launch, but went on to complete its route regardless...
18 September 2017 | By Intelligent Transport
Londoners are being invited to trial a new autonomous electric shuttle in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park during September.
Arnaud Julien, Keolis’ Innovation and Digital Director, introduces the technology behind the autonomous shuttles that Keolis and NAVYA have collaborated on since 2016. In this article he explains how that technology enables the shuttles to operate without a human driver, while providing safe and comfortable travel to passengers.
26 July 2017 | By Intelligent Transport
NAVYA has announced it will open its first North American production plant for its autonomous vehicles in the city of Saline, Michigan.
30 May 2017 | By Intelligent Transport
Keolis Canada, NAVYA and URBIS, has announced a one-year autonomous shuttle pilot project in the RCM of Les Moulins.
25 May 2017 | By Intelligent Transport
NAVYA has signed a deal to provide a range of technical support services for shuttles in Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia.