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.
The Keolis Group launches a new, innovative pilot project in Boston by equipping maintenance staff with augmented reality glasses. Field mechanics use the smart glasses to stream video and converse in real time with remote expert technicians, meaning repairs can be handled faster, improving service quality across the network.