French autonomouos company Navya have revealed they now have more than 60 Autonomous Shuttles driving themselves around the world.
In the video, we see the 15-seat, Lidar-assisted shuttles from across the globe delivering passengers to their destinations, all without the aid of a driver.
The pre-programmed, multi-stop routes are located in locations like Paris, Michigan, Las Vegas, Switzerland, Austria, and of course Australia. Australia accounts for at least half a dozen of these all-electric shuttles, the first of which arrived in Perth, a trial that was success enough to see NSW and VIC also jump on-board.
Discover the operating services in this video! pic.twitter.com/mdprljaGI5
— Navya (@Navya_Group) November 28, 2017