NAVYA ARMA – The First 100% Autonomous, Driverless And Electric Vehicle




The EDF nuclear plant of Civaux (France) becomes the first industrial site in the world equipped with 100% autonomous vehicles. These vehicles will greatly improve mobility on the site. Instead of the classic thermal bus that runs every 15 minutes, employees will be able to make use of a fleet of shuttles running every three minutes or so. They will spend less time waiting for the bus or even walking if the waiting time is too long. This time-saving solution represents real advantages in terms of productivity for the Civaux power plant, savings which today are estimated at close to three million euros per year. The NAVYA solution EDF estimates as well the NAVYA solution will allow a reduction of 40 tons of the CO2 emissions.
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