AVENUE Contern demonstration site and Esch-sur-Alzette replicator (operated by Sales-Lentz). The Automated Minibuses experience as if you were there.
What is Autonomous mobility? How can Autonomous mini-busses improve the quality of life in cities? Who can use Autonomous public transportation? This short video explains in simple words how Autonomous vehicles can drastically improve urban public transportation.
Here is the Automated Minibuses experience as if you were there across the different AVENUE demonstration sites In Geneva (operated by TPG), Luxemburg (operated by Sales-Lentz), Copenhagen (operated by Holo) and Lyon (operated by Keolis).
Source: Magyarósi Csaba Youtube channel
Source: Kaelbel Pro youtube channel
Source: Valentin Möller Youtube channel
Source: The choucroute garage
A fully operational public transportation service, 100% automated, with no human intervention, is now running at the Belle-Idee site in Geneva operated by TPG
In the framework of H2020 AVENUE and other mobility projects in Lyon, a permanent installation of V2I communication was conducted by FERACO and was fully integrated into the urban transport network of Greater Lyon. This installation will be managed by the operator Kéolis, partner in this installation, and is the first of its kind in France.
A subsidiary of the FAYAT group, the leading independent French construction group, FARECO is one of the key players in new mobility with products at the cutting edge of innovation.
In this video, including more than half of the shots made with a drone and largely enriched with motion design, FARECO presents the NEXO Roadside Unit, which provides V2I communication to enhance the last-mile service on the Lyon Décines site.
NEXO presides over the movements of an autonomous shuttle, on open lanes where several thousand vehicles circulate daily.
Demonstrator & Replicator sites
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Prof. Dimitri KONSTANTAS
Information Science Institute – Director
AVENUE projet Coordinator
Uni Battelle – Office 236
University Of Geneva
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under grant agreement no 769033.