STIB autonomous vehicle to be tested in Brussels in summer 2019Thursday, 06 September 2018 17:04
In actual fact, the STIB has issued a call for tender for the rental of two autonomous 6 to 10 passenger shuttles. Equipped with lidars (laser radars) and a very precise geo-tracking system, they should then move without a driver, but an agent will be present on board to ensure safety and answer the users’ questions. The location of this first test has not yet been chosen.
This test (and the following) should enable the STIB to assess, in particular, the behavior of this type of vehicle, and to better define its possible use as a complementary solution to the current offer.
On Tuesday, the commune of Han-sur-Lesse inaugurated the first autonomous shuttle circulating on a public road.
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