Haarlem, NL is piloting AVs

The province of Noord-Holland is home to the longest bus rapid transit (BRT) line in the Netherlands, linking the city of Haarlem with Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport. In 2015, Daimler Buses—a division of Mercedes-Benz and the world’s largest manufacturer of buses—tested a self-driving bus with Level 3 capabilities along the 12.5 mile (20km) route. CityPilot, the company’s name for the vehicle’s autonomous driving system, is a repurposed version of products previously tested on long-haul trucks. It relies on radar and cameras to detect other vehicles, pedestrians, and to interpret traffic signals. Daimler has announced up to €200 million ($225 million) in future R&D commitments for bus technologies.

In September 2017, Noord-Holland hosted a hackathon focused on creating a traffic information system to self-driving cars throughout the province.

Further Reading

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=miLfopGAz4c

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