Our accomplishments, may it be completion of successful projects or demonstrations, or other events, are often reported in various media platforms.
The Xynteo Exchange gathers leaders and practitioners across business to accelerate collaborative action to complex and systemic problems, and re-evaluate growth models that are no longer suited for the future.
Applied Autonomy is a finalist for the Impact Maker Award 2019, tackling the Impact Challenge “Sustainable Transport: How might we shift to sustainable transport systems?”.
The Xynteo Exchange takes place in Oslo, 9-10. October.
Applied Autonomy has been awarded funding from Miljøteknologiordningen at Innovation Norway to develop a tool to help people choose sustainable transportation methods. The Norwegian government has a goal that all increases in city traffic shall be through people walking, biking or using public transportation. Today, static toll roads are the main tool for changing the transport behaviour. This new project aims at developing a more flexible system which considers more factors and therefore might feel more fair for everybody.
Workshop in partnership with Kongsberg Kommune, Statens Vegevesen, Forskningsprosjektet Bevegelse, Kongsberg Technology Park and Spring looking into use cases and how to deploy autonomous maintenance machines. The goal is to improve areas for walking and bicycling, and to make cities safe and clean.
The experience from the demonstrator were very good, both in regards to the Spring1 machine and the control centre of Applied Autonomy including real-time video with Telenor 5G.
Can autonomous transport provide increased mobility for the hearing and vision impaired? The Signo foundation is testing the consept.
Applied Autonomy is mentioned in the 2019 KPMG Autonomous Vehicle Readiness Report as a contribution for Norway's position as number two in Innovation and Technology. Applied Autonomy provides operation, fleet management and regulation of self-driving vehicles. The recognition from KPMG is a confirmation that we as a company provide solutions that are useful for the autonomous vehicle market.
Shared autonomous vehicles are a game changer for urban mobility. Applied Autonomy helps cities and transport companies to bring autonomous vehicles into their transport systems.
The Explorer is a showroom for Norwegian green and sustainable solutions.
Demonstration in the most demanding environment yet, between mainland Norway and the North Pole. It is one of the world's northernmost inhabited areas, and it is known for its rugged and remote terrain of glaciers and tundras. The demonstration was a collaboration among Longyearbyen, Applied Autonomy, Arctic Memory, and Svalbard Bus and Taxi.
TAK City&Lab is not a project, but a way of cooperating and sharing – a collaboration concept with a shared portfolio of projects with a common goal; contributing to sustainable urban development through sustainable mobility.
Read about the activities we conduct in Test Arena Kongsberg.
Applied Autonomy has been awarded a Pilot-T project from The Research Council of Norway together with our partners; University of South-Eastern Norway (USN), Herøya Industrial Park, Kongsberg Technology Park, Nettbuss, Brakar, Telenor, Norwegian Public Roads Administration, Buskerud County, Kongsberg Municipality.
The project "Autonomous Mobility Enabler (AME)" shall develop and test research-based solutions for:
· New business models for the transition to autonomous transport with focus on commercial transport companies and public transport actors.
· New control centre services for connected vehicles which can replace the driver in the vehicle in addition to increase safety and navigability for the transport.
· Structure and organization of complex teat arenas with new technology and new processes that brings the solutions faster to the market.
We are proud to have the new Norwegian Law that makes it possible to start trials of Shared autonomous mobility and piloting of the future of transportation signed by the Minister of Transport and Communications Ketil Solvik-Olsen and the Leader of the Transport Committee Helge Orten.