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Headquartered in Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, May Mobility, in collaboration with Bedrock, a property company, has unveiled the first ever commercially available stand-alone public transportation system (AV) on public roads in every major U.S. city center. Today (27 June), the company will begin passenger transport operations with self-propelled shuttle buses, which will immediately be integrated into the day-to-day operations of Detroit's city centre.
As part of the agreement, May Mobility will deliver a suite of electrical threat avionics that will carry Quicken Loans and its nearly 18,000 corporate group staff between their office, car park, event and other inner city locations, starting with a 1-mile circuit linking the Bricktown Car Park Garage to the One Campus Martius and First National Buildings in the centre of Detroit.
Accompanying persons in cars will be used for the start of May Mobility to facilitate the orientation of the first drivers and to supervise the AMS. In 2019, the company will be offering on-demand service and expanding its range of cars and service offerings. While May Mobility is mapping, testing and adding green sensor to route blocks by blocks, it offers a singular solution for autonomic traffic.
They are used by automobiles, bikers and walkers, among others, and make self-propelled automobiles a standard part of daily use. May Mobility thus collects valuable information from vehicle, driver, commercial and municipal partner companies, which will play a decisive role in extending the range of products and solutions to other streets and motorways in the market. May Mobility has opened an Detroit branch as part of its ongoing growth, which will offer full-time operations for the Bedrock Bricktown Routes, warehouse and load the shuttle and co-ordinate further development of the road.
"Our engagement with Bedrock shows that our self-propelled cars can help with today's most challenging transport problems," said Edwin Olson, Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of May Mobility. "Our mature technologies enable us to offer fully manageable transport solutions that exceed conventional waiting, driver experience and other performance indicators.