University of Michigan’s self-driving buses will shuttle students across campus

University of Michigan's self-driving buses will shuttle students across campus

The Nayva Arma self-driving bus uses a combination of LIDAR, GPS, onboard cameras and Wi-Fi to build a view of its environment The University of Michigan has played home to some interesting developments in the self-driving space. Now its dedicated research facility, Mcity, is putting some of its expertise into practice by launching the campus’ first driverless shuttles. The service will carry passengers along a nonstop two-mile route (3.2 km) connecting the university’s Lurie Engineering Center and its North Campus Research Complex. Two shuttles will cover the route every 10 minutes and will operate during business hours to start, […]

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