Mobileye, Transdev ATS, and Lohr Group to Develop Autonomous Shuttles

The collaboration is set to provide fully industrialized AV shuttles at scale to support an urban autonomous vision that could be easily and efficiently implemented in cities. On-road testing of autonomous shuttles is scheduled to start next year, with commercial services expected in 2023. 

 

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Mobileye, an Intel Company; Transdev Autonomous Transport System (ATS), part of Transdev Group dedicated to autonomous mobility solutions; and Lohr Group, a mobility solutions manufacturer, have formed a strategic collaboration to develop and deploy autonomous shuttles. 

The companies are integrating Mobileye’s self-driving system into the i-Cristal electric shuttle, manufactured by Lohr Group, with plans to integrate it into public transportation services across the globe, starting in Europe.

 

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