Keolis Debuts New Public Transport Technologies
Autonomous shuttle, drones, virtual reality training and apps for managing commuter rail systems among latest innovations to be demonstrated in Atlanta
Keolis, a global operator of public transportation systems, will be demonstrating multiple new innovations in transit technology during the upcoming American Public Transportation Association (APTA) Conference and Expo, which takes place October 9-11 at the Georgia World Congress Center.
Media and conference attendees are invited to take a test ride on the Keolis autonomous shuttle, the very first driverless public transportation vehicle to operate on a city street in North America.
The demonstration will show how the 15-passenger shuttle safely and conveniently transports multiple passengers on public streets while navigating around the typical vehicle and pedestrian traffic in an urban environment.
For more than a century, Keolis has been using innovative technology and new mobility solutions to manage passenger transportation systems throughout the world, transporting three billion passengers a year via trains, buses, shuttles and taxis, while providing fleet management and maintenance, logistics and routing services.