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Fusion Processing has twice been selected by the UK’s biggest bus operator to deliver ground breaking AV projects
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PROJECTS

Fusion Processing has twice been selected by the UK’s biggest bus operator to deliver ground breaking AV projects.

Our CAVstar system has been utilised in a range of game changing projects that include the world’s largest public autonomous vehicle engagement pilot that took place in London, running a full sized bus in AV Levels 4 and 5 in a busy working bus depot in Manchester, and leading on the world’s most advanced AV Level 4 autonomous bus trial that will see up to 10,000 passengers riding a scheduled service on a 30 mile route across the Forth Road Bridge between Edinburgh and Fife.

Fusion technology has also been deployed in Sweden, Australia and Canada.

 

CAVForth

Leading Europe’s most complex AV Level 4 bus trial

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AUTOMATED BUS DEPOT

World leading live bus depot project

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Autonomous bus depot trial

GATEway PROJECT

The UK’s largest autonomous vehicle trial that saw 1,500 members of the public use a hop-on, hop-off service on a last-mile pod

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VENTURER

The first project to trial autonomous vehicles on UK roads

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HelmUK HGV PLATOONING

Fusion’s technology enables the first real-world operational assessment of platooning vehicles on UK roads

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Helm - platooning trucks

Intelligent Sensing And Control Systems For Autonomous Vehicles

The world's leading provider of AV Level 4 technology for autonomous buses

Automation

AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE SYSTEMS

Fusion Processing continues to develop state-of-the-art technology to autonomise vehicles and improve the safety of vulnerable road users.

Assistance

DRIVER ASSISTANCE

ADAS: We apply our autonomous tech and knowhow to regular driven vehicles.

Smart Sensors

TRAFFIC TRAK

Smart cities rely on smooth running highways for the transportation of goods and populations.

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