EasyMile driverless shuttle at EPFL University

Six EasyMile EZ10 driverless shuttles were operating at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL), as part of the European Project CityMobil2.   Watch the EZ10 in the video…

An electric shuttle made by Swiss robotics company EasyMile, dedicated to smart autonomous mobility, designed to cover short distances and predefined routes in multi-use environments.



EPFL University extends over 55 hectares and hosts 13.000 students, administrative staff and technical workers. Six EZ10 shuttles covering a 2.3 km track were in operation on this route from 7:45 am to 7:45 pm during a 6 months time period in 2015.
The transportation challenge was to cover the distance from the EPFL metro station to the main buildings of the campus.

EasyMile driverless shuttle

EasyMile areas of expertise cover :
● Multi-sensors Localisation techniques
● Obstacle detection and avoidance in all conditions,
● Navigation, path planning and control
● Connectivity (V2V, V2I)
● Fleet management
● Safety and cybersecurity.

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