Darwin Autonomous Shuttle

4th October 2022

Darwin Autonomous Shuttle trialled in Oxford

Darwin Autonomous Shuttle trialled in Oxford

Residents of Oxford may have spotted something unusual this September: a self-driving vehicle on the city’s streets. The Darwin Autonomous Shuttle usually operates at Harwell Science and Innovation Campus, but it spent ten days in Oxford to demonstrate how autonomous public transport can coexist with live traffic in a busy city.

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6th September 2022

Welcoming the Blue Peter winner onto the Darwin Autonomous Shuttle

Welcoming the Blue Peter winner onto the Darwin Autonomous Shuttle

We’re delighted to have welcomed Blue Peter back to Harwell Science and Innovation Campus, after their visit last October!

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9th August 2022

The Darwin Autonomous Shuttle on CNN Marketplace Europe

The Darwin Autonomous Shuttle on CNN Marketplace Europe

In the last week of July, the CNN team paid a visit to Harwell Science and Innovation Campus to report on the campus’s work with 5G and satellites. The news segment includes a chat aboard the Darwin Autonomous Shuttle!

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5th July 2022

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and the University of Oxford visit Darwin

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and the University of Oxford visit Darwin

On 17 June, we welcomed visitors from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) and the University of Oxford!

Dr Sunao Aoki, former senior executive vice president and current special advisor at MHI, and Professor Budimir Rosic, associate professor of engineering science at St Anne’s College, paid a visit to Harwell Science and Innovation Campus, where Darwin’s UK office is based.

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28th June 2022

‘Darwin the Shuttle Runs Away’ children’s book launches at Harwell

‘Darwin the Shuttle Runs Away’ children’s book launches at Harwell

On Tuesday 7 June, our children’s picture book ‘Darwin the Shuttle Runs Away’ had its official launch at Harwell Science and Innovation Campus!

The book was created by a mother-and-daughter team: Darwin’s Harriet Evans wrote the story, and her mum, Alison Evans, illustrated it by hand. For the launch, the Darwin team visited the on-campus Bright Horizons and Little Stars nurseries, where Harriet and Alison read to the children.

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