A selection of projects Applied Autonomy has been involved in:
Following the success of the first route of the autonomous bus in Stavanger, the service operates on a new, more complex route.
A full-sized autonomous Karsan bus will be deployed and tested in Tampere, Finland. Under the leadership of Remoted Oy, the bus will be deployed by Adastec to prove its capabilities in the Finnish winter.
Feasibility study for City&Lab about connected transport in Kongsberg: last-mile deliveries using multiple modes of transport
5G Ride aims to exploit the capabilities of 5G networks to make operations with autonomous shuttles safer and more environmentally economic.
This project contained a feasibility study for setting up an autonomous shuttle bus from Arlanda airport to the airport city.
This operation saw the first autonomous full-sized bus in the world to be driving with passengers paying for their tickets in open traffic in Stavanger.
The project “Driverless pilot vehicle system for transport routing in industrial parks” (DVS-TRIP) receives Norway grants funding in the amount of 129 999.98 EUR. The aim of this project is to create a new technology - an unmanned “follow me” car system - to route incoming transport into industrial parks. Applied Autonomy will deliver the control system for the operations through the xFlow platform.
Supported by Norway through the Norway Grants: Working together for a green, competitive and inclusive Europe
LivingLAPT aims at delivering sustainable/transferrable autonomous shuttle/logistics services among various European cites by phasing out the on-board safety operators & introducing remote operators who overlook a number of services simultaneously.
PTA Brakar is running an autonomous shuttle service in the centre of Drammen. xFlow is supporting the operations, collecting data an monitoring KPIs so that the safety operator can be successively removed from the shuttle.
As part of the Sohjoa Last Mile project, xFlow was used to monitor and manage an autonomous shuttle in Kongsberg Technology Park without an operator on board. A remote operator followed the shuttle remotely.
The ORCHESTRA project will establish a common understanding of multimodal traffic management concepts and solutions, with and across modes, for various stakeholders and multiple contexts.
Support Multimodal Traffic Management Ecosystem realisation and deployments through the provision of tools, models, and guidelines – including support for connected and automated vehicles and vessels (CAVs)
This is the first autonomous shuttle in the world to be driving in open traffic with passengers, but without an operator on board for part of the route going through Kongsberg.
Applied Autonomy is leading the Fleet Management work package in the AWARD project, a H2020 project which will run for 3 years.
First Autonomous shuttle service without operator on an industrial site
This Project on Herøya, Norway was the first autonomous service without an operator on board in Northern Europe. Operations were opened by Norwegian Prime minister Erna Solberg. The vehicle was connected to xFlow and supervised remotely.
Route on a closed industrial site connecting the main entrance with the canteen and a workshop
Shuttle ran without safety operator on board in a dedicated lane, crossing other traffic at intersections
The total solution including all services needed from idea to the operation, including:
Demonstration and knowledge transfer to all actors
Sustainable Insights: Measure, Inform, Mobilise (MIM)
A unique solution that allows both a city and its citizens to become informed about current traffic situations, and provide incentives for making more sustainable transport choices is developed in this project. The solution is piloted in Östersund, Sweden.
Collaboration between 3 technology partners and 1 municipality
Solution comprises a monitor, visualising data for the municipality, and an app, collecting mobility data from citizens.
xFlow providing mobility data and analytics to the municipality as the customer
First autonomous sweeper
This self-driving Spring S100N sweeper was monitored via Applied Autonomy's xFlow platform and was tested and demonstrated in areas of the Kongsberg pedestrian zone and on steep hills with.
Autonomous shuttle with on-demand service
International project- First Autonomous shuttle in Latvia
First Autonomous shuttle in the Arctic Region
The first location in Norway to run an autonomous minibus
Gjøvik was one of the first locations in Norway to pilot an autonomous minibus. The project was part of the municipality’s climate initiative and was operational on 20 July 2018.