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How we designed our self-driving vehicle
Our engineers discuss the reasoning behind some of the design decisions for the self-driving Steel E-Motive vehicle. Vehicle autonomy offers new opportunities to tailor the vehicle to make it more sustainable, accessible, safe, and affordable.
Revealed: Steel E-Motive autonomous vehicle design features
The first design features of the fully autonomous Steel E-Motive vehicle have been revealed. The fully autonomous mobility-as-a-service solution has a safe, convenient, and comfortable user experience at the core of its design. See how we are designing a cost-effective, safe and sustainable transportation solution which is enabled by state-of-the-art engineering and Advanced High-Strength Steel technologies.
Creating Mobility as a Service vehicle concepts for a sustainable future
Mobility as a service (MaaS) is changing the way we think about transport. The Steel E-Motive program is developing fully autonomous electric vehicle concepts to support the uptake and development of these platforms.
Mobility as a Service platforms, such as ridehailing and on-demand delivery services, are the future of the transport industry. Autonomous vehicle technology is unlocking the potential of this evolving model of transportation. Fleet owners and their customers need vehicles which are safe, affordable and sustainable to continue to grow the MaaS market.
Steel E-Motive will demonstrate that Advanced High-Strength Steel (AHSS) products and technologies are the materials of choice when it comes to developing autonomous vehicles for this MaaS applications.
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Mobex – Steel E-Motive: vehicle structures for autonomous mobility as a service
In this free webinar, Neil McGregor of Ricardo and WorldAutoSteel’s George Coates showcase the vehicle technical specifications and expectations for steel innovations. The experts will also outline innovations in the progression of key component structures.
Key topics and takeaways:
- Overview of market influencers and motivations for fully autonomous MaaS vehicles
- Discussion on steel technologies and fabrication processes for future vehicles
- Design challenges and considerations for fully autonomous vehicles
- Development of Steel E-Motive body structure for autonomous MaaS vehicles
- Novel battery enclosure structure giving cost, weight and greenhouse gas benefits
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