Optimus Ride’s autonomous system makes self-driving vehicles a reality

Optimus Ride has already deployed its autonomous transportation systems in the S

Optimus Ride has already deployed its autonomous transportation systems in the Seaport area of Boston, in a mixed-use development in South Weymouth, Massachusetts, and in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, a 300-acre industrial park. Image: Courtesy of Optimus Ride

MIT startup’s unique approach to improving human mobility is helping it gain traction in a competitive landscape.

Optimus Ride, a startup founded by MIT alumni, will start a self-driving car shuttle service at an industrial park in New York City, reports the Associated Press. "The free service is expected to transport some 500 passengers daily on the yard’s internal roads," the AP explains.

MIT startup Optimus Ride is launching a self-driving shuttle service at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, reports Andrew J. Hawkins for The Verge.


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