Lake Nona has another feather to add to its cap: The southeast Orlando community was named the 2021 Florida Automated Vehicles Summit Leadership and Innovation award winner for its advancements in automated mobility technologies.
“Tavistock’s Lake Nona is setting the standard for automated mobility solutions for communities statewide and across the country,” said Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer. “This award is a testament to Lake Nona’s culture of innovation and collaboration.”
Lake Nona is home to the largest and longest autonomous vehicle network at one location in the country, Move Nona. The autonomous shuttle network, operated by Beep Inc., is part of Lake Nona’s comprehensive sustainable transportation plan that also includes the future home of America’s first high-speed, electric air mobility hub, the Lilium Lake Nona Vertiport.
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