Cities are experiencing congested traffic conditions and private sites are encountering mobility challenges. It is becoming critical to find new solutions and self-driving vehicles are playing a growing role in addressing these issues.
In the video below, Navya presents how its Autonom Shuttle, operated by Keolis on behalf of Ile-de-France Mobilités, is integrating autonomous shuttles into the public transport network in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France. The all-electric shuttles are zero emission vehicles that are equipped with Velodyne’s lidar sensors.
The video illustrates the added value of an autonomous mobility service dedicated to first/last mile transportation. Autonom Shuttles, which are not equipped with a steering wheel or pedals, take passengers along a 1.6 km path on an open road, in complete interaction with other roadway users. The shuttle uses V2X technology to communicate with infrastructure, including traffic lights. Watch Navya’s video to learn how autonomous shuttles can serves cities and private sites by bringing ever more mobility. The video can be accessed here: