Autonomous vehicle developer Gama visits Darwin

The Darwin Autonomous Shuttle at Harwell Science and Innovation Campus was originally developed by Gaussin Macnica Mobility (Gama), formerly Navya. We were delighted to welcome the Gama team to Harwell to see the shuttle in action.

On Tuesday 30 January, Gama account managers Myriam Ichou and Lydia Secher paid a visit to Harwell Campus. They rode around the campus in the self-driving shuttle, then took a tour of the Darwin SatCom Lab and Darwin’s centre of remote vehicle operations at the Satellite Applications Catapult building.

Myriam and Lydia also had the chance to visit the Magali Vaissiere Conference Centre, opened in 2023 by the European Space Agency, and to learn about plans for campus expansion at Harwell HQ. Harwell Campus is already a fantastic centre for innovation in the UK, and we’re glad to be able to watch it grow.

Of course, the visit was also a great opportunity for Darwin and Gama to discuss how they can work together in the future. We shared our respective plans for the year and talked about future joint projects. Through collaboration, we’re looking to help progress the adoption of autonomous vehicles both in the UK and abroad.

‘It was great to welcome the Gama team to Harwell,’ said Darwin co-founder Daniela Petrovic. ‘We’re looking forward to meeting them again in Paris in February for a continuation of discussions.’

Darwin Innovation Group is a UK-based company that provides services related to autonomous vehicles and communications. If you’re interested in working with us, take a look at our careers page. If you’d like to know how we can help your organisation make use of autonomous vehicles, contact us. You can also follow us on LinkedIn or Twitter.

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