Navya announces a new milestone, four years after it was created


Navya recently celebrated its fourth birthday and in perfect timing has rolled-out its 100th Autonom Shuttle.

The fully autonomous and driverless vehicle has just been selected by the European Avenue consortium as part of the Horizon 2020 project, which aims to accelerate the development of autonomous vehicles in Europe’s urban centers.

“Avenue is a promising project that will enable new mobility to develop and become an integral part of several large European cities. Navya is proud and delighted to provide its partners with its fully autonomous and smart solutions, providing users with a new way of getting around,” said Navya CEO Christophe Sapet.

Autonomous shuttles, which will also be provided by Navya, will be deployed in four European cities – Luxembourg (two shuttles), Lyon (two shuttles), Copenhagen (three shuttles), and Geneva (three shuttles).


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