TALLINN - The self-driving bus Iseauto, created in Estonia and offering a comprehensive service, which last summer served passengers in Tallinn's Ulemiste City, has started working in the Greek city of Lamia.
As part of a pilot project of autonomous public transport led by Estonians, a self-driving street-approved vehicle will be operating in Greece for the first time in history.
The self-driving minibus manufactured by Auve Tech in Estonia is the first self-driving fourth category vehicle in Greece that has been declared street legal. In many ways,...
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