A new program jointly developed by SAGE Automation and BusTech Group is set to improve the travel experience for passengers and enhance operational performance of bus fleets.
SAGE Automation’s data capture device, SAGE Edge, has been recognised at the 2020 ITS Australia National Awards, taking out the Smart Transport Infrastructure Award.
Matilda, SAGE Automation’s smart transit hub, was named the winner of the Business and Industry Solution category at the 2020 South Australian and Northern Territory Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) Awards.
SAGE Automation has been announced as award finalists in four different awards across the defence and transport industries this month.
SAGE Automation has joined the City of Playford, French autonomous vehicle manufacturer EasyMile and the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) to deliver a trial involving an autonomous shuttle bus carrying passengers from the Munno Para Railway Station to the Playford Alive Township and facilities.
The Royal Society for the Blind will sign a Memorandum of Understanding with Adelaide-based technology and engineering company SAGE Group. It’s designed to give the RSB a greater voice in the development of ‘transport technologies of the future’ while assisting SAGE engineers to further understand the needs of the vision impaired community.
SAGE Automation will play a vital role in yet another Australian autonomous vehicle (AV) trial – this time partnering with French autonomous technology and smart mobility solutions provider EasyMile.
SAGE Automation has helped to achieve transport history with the Australian debut of ‘Matilda’ – the world’s first smart transit hub – as part of a landmark integrated trial with a driverless shuttle in South Australia.