EasyMile is the most experienced provider of Level 4 operations on the market today, completely removing any human attendant onboard. This combination of remote supervision and safe driving ensured by our unique technology stack put scalable and flexible operations at your fingertips.
Since 2014, we have become known for quality delivery and real-world deployments. EasyMile’s proven technology has driven autonomous vehicles in 400+ locations in more than 30 countries.
With several mass operations around the world EasyMile was the first to deploy fully driverless at Level 4 of autonomous driving in 2018. It is also the first autonomous vehicle solutions provider to be ISO 9001:2015 certified.
In the Kelheim district, passengers can book autonomous on-demand vehicles as part of the public transport system for the first time.
An autonomous terminal tractor, fitted with EasyMile driverless technology, was successfully tested in mixed traffic terminal operations.
EasyMile's autonomous tow tractor, TractEasy, has been launched at the Daimler AG truck assembly plant in Wörth, Germany.
Partners for Automated Vehicle Education (PAVE) Europe, announced its six Founding Members at the Autonomy Conference in Paris.
A partnership between EasyMile and Applied Autonomy has enabled operations with enhanced all weather features for autonomous driving in Drammen, near Oslo.
EasyMile has opened a new office and garage at Berlin’s former Tegel Airport within the Urban Tech Republic research and industrial park.
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.
IVECO BUS, EasyMile and partners have completed testing of a fully driverless standard bus prototype, capable of operating under real conditions.
Leaders in automated vehicle technology are calling for founding members to join them launching Partners for Automated Vehicle Education (PAVE) Europe.
EasyMile, leader in driverless vehicle solutions, has announced it has closed a €55 million Series B funding round.
EasyMile has made its debut in Korea in partnership with local autonomous Mobility as a Service (MaaS) provider SpringCloud.
The South Australian regional town Renmark’s driverless bus ‘Murray’ is back on the road as part of a new trial ending in June 2021.
TractEasy has started taking baggage to the aircraft on the apron at Schiphol Airport in a trial which will last until the end of the month.
EasyMile and Sono Motors are equipping an EZ10 autonomous shuttle prototype with Sono Motors’ patented solar-powered technology.
EasyMile and Kalray have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) formalizing their relationship to develop intelligent systems.
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