Driverless and fully electric vehicles are slated to arrive in Western Australia under the Royal Automobile Club's plan to test automated vehicles in the state.
The RAC has expanded its collaboration with French manufacturer NAVYA to run trials of its autonomous vehicle Intellibus outside Australia.
Curtin University is undertaking a trial of a commercial driverless bus, and will use the vehicle to carry out further research in navigation satellite systems, road safety and mobility issues for people with a disability.
The RAC in Western Australia has started testing a driverless, fully electric shuttle bus on roads in Perth, with other traffic, and passengers aboard.
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