Group Rapid Transit Shuttle (GRT)


Short Description

ZF Friedrichshafen AG and its subsidiary 2getthere market automated transit applications applying autonomous vehicles. The leading offering is 2getthere's 3rd generation GRT shuttle in combination with the TOMS supervisory system.

Price

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Cost Savings

Autonomous shuttles have the potential to replace a large proportion of individual traffic, help to reduce CO2 (e-drive), parking spaces etc.

Market Impact

The transit system is being installed in the Netherlands and Belgium, in mixed traffic, without safety stewards on board.

Efficiency

By using shuttles, the public transport system can be comple(men)ted, increasing the use of public transit & reducing the need for individual vehicles

Innovation

Our autonomous shuttles are the first to start operations in mixed traffic without stewards on-board.

Engineering

The shuttles feature the latest ZF sensor technology, AI-capable central computers, reliable fleet management software and patented magnet technology.

Safety

State-of-the-art sensors and AI, combined with active and passive safety technologies, can help to prevent accidents or mitigate their consequences.

State of Market Maturity

The transit system is being installed in the Netherlands and Belgium, in mixed traffic, without safety stewards on board.

Sustainability

Automated and autonomous driving with shuttles will make the traffic of the future safer, more efficient and more comfortable.

Feasibility

The shuttles are already in operation in several cities – driving autonomously and with a realibility of more than 99%.