The ACNS (Autonomous control and navigation system) is the brain of the entire operation. We are developing a proprietary routing algorithm that allows the bogie to reach its destination in a fast and efficient way without any human intervention that is also able to adjust to any changes in traffic flow and congestion.
Since our system works separately from the ground level grade, in an elevated more controlled environment, it is more efficient in sensing its surroundings than other autonomous vehicles as there are less obstacles to be concerned with.
Our system combines the capabilities and advantages of different existing mobility services therefore the information process of the ACNS actually begins with user input though the HMI (Human-Machine Interface).
The user interacts with the HMI to input the information required by the CAS (Central Administration System) to put together all of the necessary elements for an specific trip.
The CAS is the overall controller that receives and processes all of the information coming from all of the different subsystems.
Once the information has been processed by the CAS, instructions are sent to the AID (Autonomous driving system) installed in every single pod to be carried out.
Our pods combine a variety of sensors to perceive their surroundings that feed data to both our AID and the CAS that interpret the sensory information to identify appropriate navigation paths, as well as obstacles and important alert messages.
The automated units can be called on-demand 24 hours per day, 7 days a week as and when required, as opposed to on-schedule