Keolis, a pioneer in shared autonomous mobility
In recent years, communities have shown a growing interest in autonomous mobility solutions which has allowed pilot projects to proliferate and prove the viability of this technology in (re)designing everyday mobility, both today and tomorrow. A pioneer in shared autonomous mobility, Keolis is already conducting other trials in partnership with NAVYA. Long term trials are currently being led in France (La Défense, Roissypôle with ADP, Lyon), as well as in the US (Las Vegas), Canada (Candiac), Australia (Melbourne and Adelaide) and now in Belgium.
Since the launch of the service in Lyon, France in September 2016 - the first autonomous shuttle transport service in the world – Keolis has carried out more than 30 trials and demonstrations, driven 40,000 kilometres and transported 110,000 passengers in autonomous shuttles, both in France and abroad*.
* France: Paris (La Défense and Roissypôle with ADP), Lyon (Confluence), Strasbourg; Denmark (Aalborg); Spain (Barcelona); UK (London Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park); Canada (Candiac, Montreal); US (Las Vegas, Atlanta); and Australia (Melbourne – la Trobe university, Adelaide – Flinders university).