Self-driving shuttles can address first-mile, last-mile gaps in traditional transit services. They are being deployed in urban centers, hospitals, universities, industrial sites and more to provide transportation services to business, cultural and community locations.
Highways Today posted a story on how May Mobility selected Velodyne to provide our lidar sensors for its entire growing fleet of self-driving shuttles. The article Edwin Olson, co-founder and CEO of May Mobility, saying:
“Velodyne Lidar is a valued partner and we’ve chosen their long-range, surround view lidar sensors because they integrate well with our AV systems. This will allow us to continue to improve the overall operation and safety of our shuttles, and expand the capabilities of our vehicles into a wider range of operational design domains.”
An article in Geospatial World noted May Mobility will use Velodyne’s Alpha Prime™ sensors, which support “precise, reliable navigation in real-time autonomous operation in urban and highway environments.”
To review the Highways Today story, please go to May Mobility chooses Velodyne Lidar for Self-Driving Shuttles.
To see the Geospatial World article, please go to Velodyne Lidar appointed long-range LiDAR provider for May Mobility.