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Shared autonomous vehicles are a game changer for urban mobility. Applied Autonomy helps cities and transport companies bring autonomous vehicles into their transport systems.
Urban traffic congestion is increasingly problematic for transportation providers and their passengers. Residents contend with decreased mobility, as well as limited availability of parking spaces and green spaces within the city.
Due to rapid advances in autonomous vehicle technology, shared, connected and cooperative automated vehicles are quickly evolving from a theoretical to a viable solution – with pilot programmes in over 74 cities. However, the design and implementation of autonomous fleet infrastructure requires expertise that many operators lack.
Applied Autonomy provides transport operators with competency, training, testing and demonstration services for the construction and implementation of an autonomous vehicle fleet.
The company uses sophisticated technology to share vital information between vehicles within a network, collecting and transmitting data about road conditions, weather, detours, traffic and other factors that could affect a fleet’s efficiency and performance.
This technology can also be used by cities to implement dynamic road pricing, thus incentivising sustainable travel practises such as ride-sharing and public transportation.
Applied Autonomy reduces uncertainty for cities and transport companies by providing guidance on development costs, risk assessment and transport authority requirements. The company tests and analyses fleet performance under real-life conditions, reducing risk and optimising safety and performance. Its data sharing technology enables each vehicle in the fleet to perform at maximum efficiency for sustainable urban transportation.
The global autonomous vehicle market revenue is expected to grow at a CAGR of 39.6 per cent during the forecast period 2017-2027. According to a 2017 study released by Intel, the revenue stream from autonomous vehicles is predicted to scale from a USD 800 billion in 2035 to USD 7 trillion by 2050.
Founded in Norway in 2017, Applied Autonomy has five employees with expertise in logistics, communications, business development, autonomy, system architecture, cloud based solutions for transport and AI.
Full service support for the implementation of autonomous vehicle fleets
Strategic and operational support using advanced communications technology
Creates optimal return on investment for sustainable transportation