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MSU debuts Autonomous Electric Bus

November 9, 2021

Michigan State University will operate its first electric autonomous bus, KARSAN ATAK Electric, on campus in the Spring 2022 semester.

Full Story at: WKAR NEWS

After years of research with experimental vehicles, Michigan State University is unveiling its first autonomous bus.

The electric, self-driving bus uses sensors to detect traffic flow and can adjust its own speed, braking and turns.

The bus can carry 22 passengers and, when in service, will travel nonstop between the Farm Lane commuter lot to the MSU Auditorium.

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The Brake Report: ADASTEC Selects Teledyne FLIR for Autonomous Bus Platform

June 2, 2021

WILSONVILLE, Ore. — In conjunction with the development of autonomous passenger vehicles, OEMs and innovators are also working on public transport vehicles as part of the larger push to develop an autonomous vehicle ecosystem. One company making strides in the public transportation autonomous space is ADASTEC and it recently debuted, the world’s first level-four, full-size, full-speed autonomous bus platform.

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Mass Transit Article: ADASTEC selects Teledyne FLIR

June 1, 2021

ADASTEC selects Teledyne FLIR thermal sensors for Level-4 autonomous bus platform The automation platform is a level-four, full-size, full-speed autonomous bus platform

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Founders talk about the story of ADASTEC @ CIO Update

April 7, 2021

Turkish Video interview with ADASTEC Founders talking on the launch of the World's First Full Size Level-4 Autonomous Bus.

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Story of the World's First Level 4 Full Size Autonomous Bus @ Enterprise Next

April 4, 2021

Turkish Video interview of the Engineering Team talking about the launch of the World's First Full Size Level-4 Autonomous Bus.

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