At CES 2018 in Las Vegas, Keolis and Navya presented Autonom Cab, the first electric robo-taxi. This driverless vehicle uses a range of navigation and communication technology, and will be operated by Keolis to offer a new urban mobility experience to the passengers of tomorrow.
With Christmas approaching, Keolis Canada is organising an innovative campaign on the streets of Quebec to collect toys for disadvantaged children.
Urbis, the public transport authority for the cities of Terrebonne and Mascouche near Montréal, Canada, will soon be offering a new passenger experience to customers. Driverless electric shuttles are set to be integrated into day to day travel as part of a pilot project operated by Keolis Canada and Navya; the first of its kind on the north American continent.
For the first time, driverless autonomous electric shuttles will drive the streets of Canada. Keolis and Navya have been approved to demonstrate, under real traffic conditions, the performance of this innovative mobility solution.
In the wake of CES 2017, Keolis and Navya, in partnership with the City of Las Vegas, are now offering residents of the world’s entertainment capital a unique passenger experience: to travel around the city centre aboard a driverless, autonomous and electric vehicle.