Velodyne Lidar announced a multi-year sales agreement with NAVYA, a leading company in autonomous driving systems. Since 2015, NAVYA has been using Velodyne lidar sensors in production for its autonomous shuttle fleet that provides mobility services to cities and private sites.
In a story about the news, Green Car Congress noted, “NAVYA plans to pursue the worldwide expansion of its shuttle with Velodyne’s state-of-the-art sensors for precise real-time localization and object detection.”
A Lidar News story on the agreement quoted Jérôme Rigaud, COO at NAVYA, saying:
“We are continuing our partnership with Velodyne Lidar because their technology enables us to place autonomous shuttles on the road today. Our successful five-year experience working with Velodyne’s lidar solutions has proven that they provide a key component in our sensor kit needed to help move our fleet to the mass deployment stage.”
Coverage in Autonomous Vehicle International quotes Velodyne CEO Anand Gopalan discussing NAVYA shuttles:
“Their driverless shuttles demonstrate how Velodyne Lidar sensors provide robust data for safe, efficient navigation across urban centers, hospitals, universities, industrial sites, and more.”
To read the complete Green Car Congress story, go to: Velodyne Lidar announces multi-year sales agreement with NAVYA.
To view the entire Lidar News article, access: Velodyne Lidar Announces Sales Agreement with NAVYA.
To see the Autonomous Vehicle international story, check out: Velodyne enters sales deal with NAVYA.