CLARKSBURG, Md. Sept. 30, 2019 — Robotic Research, a leading provider of autonomy and robotic technologies to commercial and federal customers, is actively supporting its customer Local Motors as it prepares for the launch of the next revision of Olli, Olli 2.0, a 3D-printed connected electric autonomous shuttle. Both versions come with Level Four autonomous capabilities provided by Robotic Research’s AutoDrive® autonomy kit.
“The Olli shuttle is one of the most advanced, autonomous shuttles in the world, and is in fact operating in many locations around globe” said Alberto Lacaze, president of Robotic Research. “I am very excited for the future, as we continue to support and deliver autonomous technologies to Local Motors.”
Robotic Research provides the autonomy software and hardware technology for Olli, also known as AutoDrive®, enabling vehicles like Olli to drive in common and complex on-road transportation environments. Olli is also designed for campuses and other low-speed environments, including universities and hospitals.
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