First-Ever Driver-less Bus Manufactured By Germany Now In Operation In Bavaria - Pics/Video


I keep saying Africa is still in the past while the rest of the world are in the future already. This newly manufactured German  vehicle moves along a pre-programmed route with its speed initially limited to 15 kilometers (9.3 miles) per hour on a road with a 30 kph speed limit. 

It was also gathered that the bus is not yet capable of avoiding obstacles on its own. In case of an emergency, such as a car wrongly parked on the route, a human can take control of the bus by using a joystick.

Deutsche Bahn aims to develop the autonomous minibus further in the future, where it will act like a private car service to pick up passengers upon request from their home through an app.  It could also collect other travellers en route who also require the service.

While EasyTen is the first vehicle of its kind to hit the roads in Germany, the rail company plans to release more similar buses from 2018 in several German towns and cities, such as Hamburg.

Autonomy is a fast growing technology, with leading companies like Renault and BMW recently unveiling self-driving and electric concept vehicles, though I must take issues with the design. In all, the bus is awesome.

More photos and footage below...










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