KAMAZ AND NAMI PRESENTED AN UNMANNED “SHUTTLE” AT BUSWORLD RUSSIA
At the 'can not be missed' Kamaz stand at almost the entrance of Busworld Russia powered by Autotrans, Kamaz showed an unmanned autonomous driven vehicle. It is a joint project of Kamaz and Nami and had its introduction earlier this year. Its a follow-up of the concept vehicle Kamaz launched two years ago and is called SHATL.
The autonomous vehicle, officially called Kamaz-1221, finds its way by gps and stops determined by the traffic service and user. The good looking vehicle is 5114 mm long, 2046 with and 2385 mm high. The maximum speed is 60km/h and the range 120 km. The batteries (35,5 kWh) are stowed in the floor. The looks are quite futuristic with lots of glas also in the roof. The SHATL has a capacity for twelve people.
Also on the stand there was the award winning electric Kamaz 6282 bus, a modification of which is being delivered to Mosgortrans. It was demonstrated in conjunction with the ultrafast charging station UFC-240. From Mosgortrans Kamaz this summer received an order for 100 of the second generation of the 6282 and ultra-fast charging stations. Kamaz also guarantee 15 years of maintenance of the vehicles. The 6282 is a low-floor bus vehicles accommodating 85 passengers of which 30 can be seated. The electric bus is charged by ultra-fast charging stations with the help of a single arm pantograph, it also uses an on-board three phase 380V AC battery charger which helps to charge an accumulator (overnight charging). A second tender for the next 100 e-buses will be made public in December. The coming years Moscow is aiming at having 1000 e-buses on the road. In 2016 the Kamaz 6282 was awarded during the first edition of Busworld Russia powered by Autotrans the title “Best among Russian Buses”.
This Busworld Russia 2018 Kamaz showed another new product: a large class urban low-floor trolleybus KAMAZ-62825 with an increased autonomous course of more than 20 km. In other words, there were enough innovative new products to see at Busworld Russia 2018 of this largest truck and bus manufacturer in Russia.