We can automate your vehicle using our CAVstar system. Our New Product Development processes will dovetail with all OEM NPD processes, ensuring a seamless integration with R&D programmes, safety certification to internationally recognised standards and world class AV capabilities. Our CAVstar sensing and control system can be tailored to deliver AV Level 4 and 5 to any ICE or electric vehicle, for both on or off highway use.
Fusion works with a range of industry leaders and innovators that includes vehicle OEMs, automotive tier 1’s, major transport operators, and national/regional authorities. Fusion is entrenched with both industry and academia to ensure we sit at the forefront of the rapidly developing industry.
FULL SIZED AUTONOMOUS BUS - E200
Europe’s first full sized AV Level 4 and 5 automated bus
Our CAVstar sensing and control system was fitted to a fleet of four last-mile pods as part of the GATEway Project in London.
Fusion have built robots for a wide range of applications and all terrains.
Intelligent Sensing And Control Systems For Autonomous Vehicles
The world's leading provider of AV Level 4 technology for autonomous buses
AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE SYSTEMS
Fusion Processing continues to develop state-of-the-art technology to autonomise vehicles and improve the safety of vulnerable road users.
ADAS: We apply our autonomous tech and knowhow to regular driven vehicles.
Smart cities rely on smooth running highways for the transportation of goods and populations.
Ambitious and complex CAVForth autonomous bus service launches in Scotland controlled by Fusion Processing’s Automated Drive System
CAVForth is one of the most ambitious and complex autonomous bus trials worldwide. The project...Continue reading
UK’s first full sized fleet of autonomous vehicles to be launched in May
Buses will be in operation across the Forth Road Bridge from 15 May 2023 First...
Fusion Processing Ltd awarded share of £6.6m government funding to develop the world’s first SAE Level 4 autonomous hydrogen HGV
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