In-Depth

Bernmobil and its project partners have been testing a self-driving vehicle of the French manufacturer EasyMile in the Swiss Capital since 8 July 2019. The AVOC (Autonomous Vehicle Operation Centre) software solution developed by AMoTech fully integrates the self-driving shuttle into the control centre supplied by Trapeze. This allows the vehicle to be monitored by the control centre and displayed on all passenger information channels.

More

The Rhine Falls near Schaffhausen in Switzerland have one more attraction: in June 2019, the route of line 12 was extended. Since then, the new self-driving bus "Trapizia" has been running daily according to timetable from the centre of Neuhausen am Rheinfall down to the Rhine Falls basin and back.

More

Since 27 March 2018, the self-driving electric bus "Trapizio" has been operating daily for four hours in Neuhausen am Rheinfall. In its first year of operation, it has already carried over 25,000 passengers. Passenger reactions have been predominantly positive. But what about the acceptance among the local population?

More

In its council meeting of 14 March 2018, the city of Monheim am Rhein (Germany) decided to introduce an old town bus line with three self-driving electric vehicles. This new line connects the old town with the bus station, creating a new public transport service. In particular, the use of locally emission-free vehicles underscores the city's claim to play a pioneering role in urban digitalization.

More

AMoTech GmbH seeks to promote autonomous mobility and demonstrate the latest forms of mobility to residents. Therefore, our self-driving vehicle "Trapizio" has undertaken a few short trips.

More