Hyundai will drive its AI-driven RoboShuttle service

Hyundai Motor will begin pilot operation of the RoboShuttle service in the South Korean city of Sejong Smart City on August 9th. Named after a combination of “Robot” and “Shuttle”, the high-occupancy service vehicle is equipped with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and autonomous driving capabilities.

The on-demand shuttle service will be used with the Hyundai H350 light commercial four-door van and will operate over a 6.1-kilometer route in the Korean city for passengers on the way to 20 stops. Vehicle automatic steering technology has a number of basic technologies that can be compared to Level 4 and has been developed at home. The H350 shuttle has also been granted a temporary operating license by the South Korean government for ‘Level 3 Self-Driving’.

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Hyundai RoboShuttle
Hyundai RoboShuttle

The shuttle can detect the surroundings, make decisions and control itself along the road, thus requiring minimal intervention by a safety driver. To take advantage of the Hyundai shuttle service, passengers can request a trip on the ‘Shucle’ app on their smartphones. Once the order is placed, the driver will find the way to the point of collecting the shuttles using the AI ​​algorithms by calculating the best route.

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Shucle App and Hyundai RoboShuttle will jointly provide South Korea’s first route pool service. The shared mobility solution will make public transport more efficient in the region, as the vehicle will only stop at pick-up and drop-off points for passengers through the app. Sensitive mobility service run by AIRS Company.

Following the RoboShuttle pilot service and based on the experience gained, Hyundai will expand the service to other areas of the country. Service points will also include the Hyundai Motor and Kia Namyang Research and Development Center in the second half of this year.

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