A self driving shuttle for the disabled community

At the CES tech show, Jay Rogers shows off his Accessible Olli which is a self driving shuttle bus that helps people with disabilities get around without getting a taxi. There is a wheelchair ramp and software that can process sign language, and displays inside offering simplified information and reminders for people with dementia. This vehicle will be on the road in a few months in places like New York City, Buffalo and Copenhagen. This is going to be a 24/7 service. It brings a lot of power to the disability community as you can get a ride to work, school or even to go out to do jobs! Melbourne when are we getting one?

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