GAUSSIN announced the launch of theworld's first hydrogen-powered fuel cell Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV H2) for seaports. These new vehicles complement GAUSSIN’s range of hydrogen-powered vehicles following the release of the hydrogen-powered fuel cell ATM and APM. The AGV can be autonomously driven in infra-structureless and mixed traffic environment. It will help port operators switch to zero-emission immediately and provide longer operating hours, shorter and less frequent refuelling, as well as quiet and efficient transportation. Ports traditionally rely on diesel-powered trucks and tractors operating in a cluster environment are involved in moving cargo to and from ships. This contributes significantly to CO2 emissions. Many feasibility studies have shown that ports are ideal locations for hydrogen-powered transport trucks and container handling equipment as they are a natural place for hydrogen transportation, storage, and refuelling sites for various applications. With hydrogen production costs dropping more than 50% since 2015, hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicles are now a viable solution for port operators to meet both the operation efficiency and green targets. new vehicle with strong performances: The H2 AGV shows strong and distinctive performance, which are detailed below: Application: Containers; Payload: 65t; Maximum speed: 25 km/h; Drive line: 4x4; Front axle capacity: 50t; Rear axle capacity: 50t; Traction motor: 2*226kW permanent magnet; Fuel Cell: 45kW; H2 tank capacity: 20kg @350bar; Battery capacity: 60kwh; Autonomy with H2: 15 hours; Additional autonomy with Batteries: 3 hours.