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Gillig turns to ViriCiti when it comes to electric bus telematics

Dutch telematics company ViriCiti announces it has partnered with Gillig, one of the largest bus manufacturers in North America. The collaboration means GILLIG’s electric bus telematics are now powered by ViriCiti fleet management platform. Recently, in Europe, ViriCiti has signed a 7-years agreemen...

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IAV autonomous shuttle in Hamburg. HEAT project gets into gear

Autonomous shuttle programme approaches the regular operation phase in Hamburg. A new minibus, electric and driverless, is going to be on the road by mid-2020 in the framework of HEAT (Hamburg Electric Autonomous Transportation) R&D programme, whose goal is to prove that autonomous shuttles can ...

Iveco autonomous bus under development (with EasyMile)

Iveco autonomous bus prototype is coming in early 2021. It is being developed in the framework of STAR project and thanks to a wide range of partnerships between Iveco Bus and a group of companies and laboratories. The main partner is anyway EasyMile, a French company that already developed and pres...

Zf and e.GO Mobile for the electric shuttle e.GO Mover

ZF and e.GO Mobile are developing the electric shuttle (eventually driverless) e.GO Mover under the umbrella of the newly founded e.GO Moove GmbH joint venture (ZF owns 40 per cent). It’ll be used mainly for deliveries, but can be transformed into a minibus able to carry up to 15 people. The c...

Atm Milano replaces tickets by credit card (in subway, so far)

Paying for public transport tickets in Milan is becoming easier and easier thanks to digital technology. The municipal transport operator Atm Milano indeed began the installation of the first devices that will allow commuters to pay for the subway tickets directly at the turnstile with a contactless...

Baidu with King Long for electric shuttle buses

Baidu is about to begin serial production of electric shuttle buses that will self-drive in selected areas. The vehicles will be produced together with bus manufacturer King Long. From July the companies will start to produce a first series of 100 units. Baidu can be considered the chinese equivalen...

Smart buses in the crosshairs of Scania and Haylion Technologies

The development of autonomous and electrified vehicles for the Chinese market is the horizon of Scania’s partnership with Haylion Technologies, a company committed in the development of solutions for the Chinese transport sector, with a focus on autonomous driving, electrification and connecti...
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