12 novembre 2020

Autonomous Shuttles: IDTechEx Report Reveals The Future Of Last-Mile Mobility

The autonomous mobility industry is tackling part of the last-mile problem that many commuters encounter when using public transportation by replacing large, diesel buses with a fleet of electric, self-driving shuttle buses that transport small groups of people along defined and planned routes. Autonomous shuttles could be a key element that connects the public transportation systems to reduce private car ownership in the future. The autonomous shuttle total market size will be over $18 billion by 2040, according... [Lire la suite]
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19 avril 2018

SELF-DRIVING SHUTTLE BUSES MIGHT BE THE FUTURE OF TRANSPORTATION

SELF-DRIVING SHUTTLE BUSES MIGHT BE THE FUTURE OF TRANSPORTATION IN AMERICA, THE age of autonomous shuttles began with a crunch. A minor crunch, really, according to the people running the autonomous shuttle in question. On Wednesday, the multinational transportation company Keolis, French manufacturer Navya, and AAA launched the small driverless vehicle in Las Vegas. The electric vehicle had an attendant on board, to keep the peace, and carried eight people in a half-mile loop around the Fremont Street Entertainment District.... [Lire la suite]