Scotland is getting ready to roll out CAVForth, the UK’s first driverless bus network. The autonomous buses will travel a 14-mile route with a weekly passenger capacity of roughly 10,000.
This will be the first registered local bus service in the world to use autonomous technology, even though drivers will still be present on board in case of emergencies. The buses can travel at up to 50 mph and will be fitted with cutting-edge collision detection and avoidance technology, including artificial intelligence.
The implementation of this service is anticipated to enhance passenger comfort, safety, and fuel efficiency. The buses will collect information and gain knowledge from their travels, advancing autonomous transportation.
Similar tests have been carried out in South Korea, Spain, and Singapore, demonstrating the development of autonomous transportation throughout the world.
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