The German Federal Ministry of Economics and Climate Protection has given €9.1 million for the SAFESTREAM autonomous driving project.
In a European first, the autonomous shuttles deployed as part of the Navetty project are operating in Yvelines without an operator onboard
EasyMile and Keolis are remotely supervising two fully driverless shuttles, without any human supervisor on board, at France’s CNTS.
A partnership between EasyMile and Applied Autonomy has enabled operations with enhanced all weather features for autonomous driving in Drammen, near Oslo.
EasyMile has become the first driverless solutions provider in Europe authorized to operate at Level 4 in mixed traffic, on a public road.
The NIMFEA project will provide a shared autonomous shuttle service between April and October 2022 in rural France.
A driverless EZ10 Shuttle is now providing an on-demand service and driving entirely without an operator on board inside Kongsberg Technology Park.