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There is nothing more important than safety

Safety and innovation go hand in hand

High Quality Standars

High Quality Standars

Our processes are state of the art when it comes to system development. That includes extensive tests on diffrent levels (software, hardware, vehicle). Moreover, cybersecurity activities are part of our process to protect against digital attacks.

What consists on safety?

Situation Recognition
Active video monitoring
Level 4 Autonomy in city traffic
Seatbelts
Emergency stop
Emergency Exit
Pedestrian Information
Hight Quality Production Standards

Situation recognition

The system contains multiple sensors (radars, lidars, cameras) that constantly scan the environment and provide information about other road users like cars, pedestrians, bicycles, and other obstacles. The system adopts the behaviour accordingly to keep safety.

Situation recognition

Active Video Monitoring

Active Video Monitoring

Active video monitoring – a system that is able to automatically count passengers and detect dangerous situations like thefts, fights, etc. Moreover, the system provides two-way communication between passengers and remote operator.

Level 4 Autonomy in City Traffic

The bus autonomy is designed in SAE level 4. It means that no human intervention is required during activities in the operational design domain (ODD) – i.e. city traffic in our case. Studies show that about 90% of vehicle crashes are caused by human error. Autonomous systems will decrease the number of accidents.

Level 4 Autonomy in City Traffic

Seatbelts

Seatbelts

Each passenger seat is equipped with seat belts and sensor. Moreover, the wheelchair place has a dedicated seat belt which provides additional safety.

Emergency Stop

Emergency stop will be an additional level of safety. This element will react if a near-collision state is detected or there’s any other reason to stop the vehicle immediately.

Emergency Exit

The vehicle contains an emergency door that opens automatically when required. Furthermore, the door can be opened manually in case of an emergency.

Pedestrian Information

Pedestrian Information provides additional communication which increases the sense of safety. Thanks to multiple ways of communication (screens and speakers inside and outside of the vehicle) the vehicle provides additional pieces of information (like what is the planned road, what kind of manoeuvres are being done). This will improve the understand of vehicle’s behaviour and improves the sense of safety.

Pedestrian Information

Remote operator

The fleet of remote vehicles is supervised from a remote control centre. A highly qualified remote operator supervises up to 10 vehicles and can take over control if necessary. This can be useful on the rare occasion when the autonomy is unable to operate, but also increases sense of security in passengers.

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