Navya tests remote monitoring of autonomous shuttles with UTAC

Final development coordination and validation testing of Navya’s autonomous shuttle remote monitoring was conducted at UTAC’s Teqmo site in Lina-Montelie, France. The car manufacturer’s engineers worked closely with the UTAC team to carry out the evaluation. Navya took full advantage of the EuroNCAP crash test equipment and AV specialty facilities available at UTAC.

Specifically, Navya’s hypervision technology was analyzed and fine-tuned in the facility’s urban environment. Braking tests are performed using mobile and fixed targets in a variety of scenarios, such as braking when the vehicle in front of the shuttle slows down (several decelerations) or folding the soft target in front of the shuttle. I did. The development of vehicle sensors, identification algorithms, and brake triggers was carried out in a comfortable and safe driving profile in several scenarios. The safety behavior of the shuttle was verified with definitive results. In addition, trials of the technical building blocks required for remote monitoring of Level 4 autonomous shuttle fleets in urban environments (typical in terms of infrastructure, connectivity, and other users) were conducted. These tests have successfully validated the technical and safety milestones essential to deploying a Level 4 driverless Navya shuttle.

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