Two shuttles will be operating along Technology Parkway, aiding in the daily transportation of Peachtree Corner’s residents and workers.
“Our team is excited to be supporting Local Motors and Curiosity Labs with this important autonomy program that is driving innovation around public transportation in the state of Georgia,” said Alberto Lacaze, president of Robotic Research
. “The more locations we support means even more rapid evolution of our autonomy technology, as it continues to learn and improve its understanding and reactions to obstacles and human behavior in public transit situations. Our AutoDrive technology is a core part of Olli’s autonomy functionality, and something we’re leveraging to bring autonomy to other types of vehicles including buses and trucks. We are honored to have this opportunity to play an important role in transforming the future of transportation.”
Using Robotic Research’s AutoDrive® autonomy kits, together with its robotic engineering and artificial intelligence technologies, the company is supporting an array of autonomy programs in commercial and government sectors, operating in communities and cities on four continents. The vehicles that are empowered with Robotic Research autonomy have logged thousands of successful, fully autonomous, operating hours.
Currently, Robotic Research is working closely with its partners at Local Motors to develop Olli 2.0, the next generation of the Olli shuttle, which is expected to be released later this year.
About Robotic Research
Robotic Research, LLC, is a leading provider of autonomy and robotic technology driving the transformation of commercial and government autonomous operations through innovative and intelligent systems. Whether providing autonomous vehicles to the military to keep the warfighter safe; delivering unmanned, transformable robots to extend the reach of Special Forces units; or making commercial transportation safer and more efficient, Robotic Research is leading this dynamic revolution in technology. To learn more about Robotic Research, visit www.roboticresearch.com
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