VEDECOM is exporting its know-how to Australia : a level 4 connected and automated vehicle delivered
VEDECOM Research Institute subsidiary VEDECOM Tech delivered a level-4 connected and autonomous vehicle to QUT (Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia) on 6 June 2019. There will be a demonstration in Brisbane in August 2019.
At the same time, the VEDECOM Research Institute is launching a scientific cooperation project with QUT. This partnership will allow France and Australia to accelerate their research on autonomous vehicles in tandem.
The contract is based on VEDECOM Tech manufacturing and delivering an SAE level 4 autonomous vehicle, based on the Renault Zoé. This is the first supply contract for a French demo model outside of Europe. It sounds the starting pistol on an cooperative research programme between Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and VEDECOM Institute, both on the cutting edge of autonomous vehicles.
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