Ynse Deinema, Project Coordinator – Roboat at the Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions (AMS Institute), sat down with Intelligent Transport’s Editor, Leah Hockley, to discuss how Roboat is claiming back Amsterdam’s waterways for mobility, and how the use of autonomous vessels is key to maximising its potential.
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After five years of research and development, the Roboat project has successfully developed autonomy for two full-scale autonomous boat taxi prototypes.
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