AUTONOMOUS INNOVATION

State-of-the-art technology, real-time communication software, and a range of autonomous electric vehicles.

 
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TECHNOLOGY

Coast’s automation and monitoring system serves as the brain of any autonomous vehicle, transforming them into driverless shuttles that provide, safe, right-speed transportation for people or cargo.

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VEHICLES

Developed by the team of pioneers who designed the world’s first commercially available driverless shuttle, Coast’s lineup of award-winning, self-driving vehicles offer a wide range of mobility options for any need.

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MONITORING

Coast Conductors remotely monitor the safety and security of Coast’s vehicles. With real-time access and advanced communication tools, they ensure smooth operation and a pleasant passenger experience.

 
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READY TO USE

Sophisticated technology that's simple to deploy and use. Designed to deliver value in any environment. 

 

THE PATH TO PEAK PRODUCTIVITY

Construction and Mining Sites: Haul equipment, materials and debris

Factory Floors: Move finished and unfinished products outside the factory to other vehicles

Warehouses: Load, unload, and transport inventory within the building and across the facility

Farms: Plant and harvest crops across your acreage

A SAFE RIDE, AT HOME OR ON THE GO

Improve customer/resident experience

Create autonomy for non-drivers

Enhance safety

Better manage parking

REDUCE RISKS AND CONGESTION

Improve overall port and ground operation safety

Reduce wait times and improve efficiency

Eliminate aircraft strikes by ground equipment and vehicles

Reduce the security risks associated with drivers currently authorized to enter and exit tarmacs

 
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IN TRANSIT. 

 

NOT TRAFFIC.

Instead of sitting in traffic, residents hop on or call up a Coast zero-emission, self-driving car or shuttle—via smart phone or tablet—and efficiently travel to their destination.

COAST PARTNERS


RECENT PRESS

 

 California Scraps Safety Driver Rules for Self-Driving Cars

The New York Times