Tests, demonstrations and studies
2getthere was not only the first company to introduce autonomous vehicles without safety steward (a.d. 1997), but also the first company to demonstrate these is mixed traffic demonstrations (a.d. 2003). Although, just like all the demonstrations generating all the attention at this time, we had a safety steward on-board at that time. Based on this experience, we’ll admit that we aren’t necessarily a fan of demonstrations. However, we do see great value in tests, proof-of-concepts and studies. And have conducted numerous over the years, with the ones indicated below in the public domain.
Airside environment The airside resembles a city center in the diversity of traffic and traffic movements, although in an environment where access is controlled and behavior can be influenced through training.…
At Nanyang Technological University’s campus, 2getthere’s autonomous shuttles were tested throughout 2018. It is ultimately the intention that the vehicles will be integrated into NTU’s transport network to serve between NTU’s halls of residences and the main academic areas.
To ensure the livability of Amsterdam as Smart City, as well as its accessbility both by car and train, 2getthere’s vehicles are integrated as a last mile system transit system from the Lelylaan transit hub.
In 2003 2getthere delivered a demonstration of its autonomous shuttles in mixed traffic during the EVMC exhibition in the port of Monaco. Throughout the years we have conducted several other demonstrations, tests and studies.