German company launches 1st driverless shuttle bus


A tourist asks for information of the driverless shuttle bus at a bus stop in Bad Birnbach, southern Germany, on Nov. 9, 2017. Germany’s state-owned rail company Deutsche Bahn has launched the first driverless shuttle bus to transport passengers in spa town, Bad Birnbach in Bavaria, on Oct. 25, local media the DPA reported. The six-seat electric vehicle EZ10, developed by a French company, commutes in the spa town connecting the town center and the thermal bath in a 700-meter route. The bus automatically comes to a stop whenever obstacles are detected by sensors. (Xinhua/Shan Yuqi)


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