Wait, who’s driving this car? Beep co-founder talks shuttle autonomy in Florida


    Move over human motorists, there is a new “driver” in town that won’t cut you off or yell at you for going too slow.

    Small driverless shuttle buses soon will be seen in Lake Nona, functioning as a last-mile transportation method for workers and residents in the area. The Lake Nona community — which boasts more than 15,000 residents, 12,000 employees and 14,000 students at its schools — will serve as a test bed for the autonomous technology that eventually will make its way to other parts of Florida.