Driverless Buses to Transfer f1 Fans in Abu Dhabi

  • Publish date: Thursday، 13 October 2022 Last update: Saturday، 15 October 2022
Driverless Buses to Transfer f1 Fans in Abu Dhabi

According to a state announcement at Gitex Global Event, a driverless form of minibus will begin operations in Abu Dhabi in November as part of the public transport network supporting the F1.

The free buses is equipped with a range of Q-Branch-car-sounding future tech including LiDER, will be able to seat seven people and are set to make stops at nine strategic locations on Yas Island including “W hotel, Yas Water World, Yas Marina Circuit and Ferrari World”. 'Txai' is the driving force behind the buses.

One of the frames in the video above shows a board detailing some of the key numbers associated with the Smart Mobility Project. Phase one included the trial of five autonomous electric and hybrid taxis operating a route of nine stops on Yas Island.

Bayanat had now mapped “the entire UAE” — all as part of the ongoing driverless vehicl

The second part of the project will include three “automatic rapid transit” vehicles (on-rail trams), a fleet of eight ‘RoboTaxis’ — the driverless ones mentioned above, four “Robo-Minibuses” and 15 charging stations.

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