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The Navia uses four LIDAR (LIght Detection And Ranging) units, along with stereoscopic optical cameras, to generate a real-time 3D depth map of its surroundings (Photo: NTU)
Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University will be running a Navia autonomous shuttle to the nearby JTC Corporation's CleanTech Park (Photo: NTU)
A Navia at Switzerland's EPFL campus, where the vehicle is already in use (Photo: Induct Technology)
Should you be at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University (NTU) sometime soon, and wish to take the shuttle bus to JTC Corporation's CleanTech Park, you might find yourself in a vehicle that drives itself. Plans call for just such an autonomous shuttle to start running the 2-km (1.2-mile) route, as a real-world test of driverless public transportation.
Read the full article: Singapore to try out driverless shuttle on public roads
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