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Wednesday, October 23, 2019

EDAG's Future CityBot for ease the urban living

EDAG, which claims to be the largest independent German development service provider in the world, has not only presented its scalable bottom for electric vehicles. But with "EDAG CityBot" it now also presents a game-changer for the city of the future.
The EDAG six-wheeled robocar on display at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2MWLG9X)
The German engineering firm built this six-wheeled, 22nd century-esque prototype to showcase its expertise. It’s presumably electric and the armada of cameras, sensors, and radars suggest it’s capable of driving itself – at least in theory. 

As a fully autonomous transport and work vehicle, EDAG wants to get out of the city traffic infarction with its EDAG City Bot and thus open new business models for its own company. For the first time, the fully autonomous network robotic vehicle will be exhibited at the IAA 2019.
A CityBot passenger vehicle and street sweeper. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2MWLG9X)
At least one of the many models that will be available at a later date. Thanks to numerous modules of trailers and backpacks, the electrified vehicle should be able to master transport and work situations of all kinds in the urban area and be in motion 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

Designed as a so-called multimodal mobility concept, the EDAG CityBot is presented as an intelligent, multifunctional and fully autonomous robotic vehicle that emits zero emissions through the propulsion of the fuel cell.
Each forward-drive module could pair with city maintenance, cargo delivery, dump truck, passenger cell, and other modules throughout the day, doing the work of a number of individual vehicles. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2MWLG9X)
The vehicle is characterized by its modularity and multifunctionality. outside, which is also available 24 hours operating modules and on-demand, for example it can be configured as a passenger compartment, cargo carrier or city cleaning device. Therefore, the EDAG CityBot can certainly be understood as a smart alternative to private transport, which uses autonomous driving intelligently for various applications in urban mobility. 
The concept points to all mobility actors in the new ecosystem: OEMs, urban planners, and urban planners, infrastructure associations, transport companies, waste disposal and transportation, municipal and logistics facilities. If these are based on the new EDAG vehicle, city dwellers should be able to move, stress-free and without congestion, and live in a city without emissions.

And all of those could be Your future robotic servants? Maybe. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | NEW ATLAS]
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