French manufacturer, Navya has signed a contract to supply autonomous mobility supplier, Beep with 8 autonomous shuttles for use in the US.

This new order will significantly increase the size of Beep’s fleet, which will include a total of 22 Navya shuttles.

Beep Moovit Partnership
Since September 2019, Beep has safely carried more than 50,000 passengers in Lake Nona, the largest and longest-running autonomous shuttle network at one location in the United States

The new shuttles will enable Beep to meet the growing demand for autonomous transportation solutions in the US, aiming to provide efficient, cost-effective and sustainable mobility while also addressing challenges of security and staff shortages.

Joe Moye, CEO of Beep said:

Autonomous shuttle transportation offers many benefits and we continue to see an increase in demand in the United States. Our Navya shuttles have been a key factor in establishing Beep as a market leader over the past three years when we have been able to test these vehicles on US public roads.

Our partnership has encompassed successful pilots and deployments across the United States and we continue to grow our fleet of vehicles to serve new customers and expand our deployments. We are pleased to strengthen our relationship with Navya with this new agreement which allows us to continue the promise of safer roads, lower carbon emissions and mobility for all.

Beep began its partnership with Navya in 2019 and has since deployed autonomous shuttles across several different states, including Florida, Georgia and Arizona for both public and private organisations.


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