EasyMile has announced the launch of its new EZ10 electric driverless shuttle which will be ready for operations without an on-board attendant.
First launched in April 2015, EasyMile says that the EZ10 complements existing transport services and provides an innovative, flexible and inclusive solution to the First Mile and Last Mile challenges.
This latest generation of the EZ10 enables transport operators to fully unlock the potential of last mile mobility in low-density areas or on large private sites such as factories or airports – where cars tend to dominate the choice of transport and the cost of providing transport is high.
Running on EasyMile’s robust autonomous technology, the EZ10 shuttle can carry up to 15 people. It is easily accessible to people with reduced mobility thanks to the automated inbuilt ramp and ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliant wheelchair anchor points, states EasyMile.
The EZ10 is fully electric and intends to contribute to both improving air quality and reducing noise pollution.
The EZ10 is today the most deployed autonomous shuttle in the world with over 230 sites across 26 countries and 600,000 km now on the counter.