Navya Autonom, Driverless Shuttle Bus, Used on the University of Michigan's North Campus and Mcity Test Facility, 2017

Summary

For 18 months in 2018-19, the Mcity advanced mobility research center operated this Navya Autonom driverless shuttle on a one-mile route around the University of Michigan's North Campus. Mcity encouraged shuttle passengers to complete a survey about the experience. The research project, focused on public attitudes toward autonomous vehicles, was the first of its kind in the United States.

For 18 months in 2018-19, the Mcity advanced mobility research center operated this Navya Autonom driverless shuttle on a one-mile route around the University of Michigan's North Campus. Mcity encouraged shuttle passengers to complete a survey about the experience. The research project, focused on public attitudes toward autonomous vehicles, was the first of its kind in the United States.

Artifact

Automated vehicle

Date Made

2017

Henry Ford Museum
 On Exhibit

at Henry Ford Museum in The Gallery by GM

Object ID

2020.92.1

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford.

Material

Metal
Plastic
Glass (Material)

Color

Blue
White (Color)
Yellow
Colorless

Dimensions

Height: 84 in

Width: 81 in  (with doors closed)

Width: 90.5 in  (with doors open)

Length: 185 in

Inscriptions

on front and back: navya on corner of front and back windshields: P54 on sides: Mcity / UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN / navya

Mcity Driverless Shuttle, 2018

Details

Mcity Shuttle Rules Sign, 2018

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