Expanding the Fleet
The first and only 3-D printed autonomous vehicle is now on the streets in Lake Nona
A new set of wheels is joining our Move Nona autonomous program – the largest and longest running single site AV fleet in the U.S.
If you’ve traveled on an AUTONOM shuttle manufactured by NAVYA, you’re in for a cool new experience with the Olli made in Knoxville, Tennessee by Local Motors, the world’s first and only digital vehicle manufacturer.
Like the original shuttles, Olli is a fully-electric and autonomous vehicle equipped with various sensors that guide it from one stop to another with precise location and mapping.
Olli is 80% 3D-printed with 100% recyclable material. Printed within nine hours, the shuttle comes together in a modular building block construction. It’s design, like countless other innovations in Lake Nona, is upgradable as the technology continues to evolve.
The Olli 1.0 model holds up to eight passengers and operates at the max speed of up to 15 mph in autonomous mode. This first-generation shuttle will be followed by the Olli 2.0 in early 2021 for further testing on public roads in Lake Nona’s living lab community.
Beep, our Move Nona operation partner, will monitor Olli along with the rest of our fleet at Beep’s headquarters and state-of-the-art central command center in Lake Nona Town Center.
Move Nona recently launched two new routes connecting passengers to a variety of different resources around Lake Nona from restaurants and retail at Lake Nona Town Center and Laureate Park Village Center, to recreation at Heroes Community Park and Nona Adventure Park, to essentinal services at the Orlando VA Medical Center.
Find the Olli with the Ride Beep App where you can see current hours of operation, latest routes and shuttle status updates.