Britain’s largest trial of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) evaluated seven technologies, some of which could be rolled out almost immediately.
Travel times cut by 43% but concerns need addressing before widespread use, research finds.
Christian Wolmar warns transport planners to beware of the hype around autonomous vehicles.
The Automated Vehicle Safety Consortium (AVSC) has agreed to best practice for safety testing procedures for autonomous vehicles.
StreetDrone, the autonomous solutions company, has said the industry needs to tighten its scope on specific projects rather than looking for “one-size-fits-all solutions”.
A new sensor developed by Draper has made it possible for self-driving cars to see through rain, snow and fog.
Hyundai has started testing truck platooning on a motorway proving ground that replicates real-world driving conditions.
Connected and automated mobility technologies will eliminate need for road signage, with UK drivers seeing “naked highways” by 2027.
AVs can operate “smoothly, safely and legally in complex real-life situations”, according to project consortium.
Companies from the automotive and computing industries have formed a new consortium to develop a common computing platform for autonomous vehicles.
Three quarters of UK drivers are not yet ready to adopt shared mobility and autonomous technology, according to a new study.
Transport & Environment urges regulation is needed to ensure autonomous vehicles are good for society and the environment.
Fear of technology and obsession with ownership biggest barriers to shared autonomous mobility, says survey.
Groupe Renault has started a public trial of its on-demand car service in Paris using autonomous, electric and shared Zoe Cab vehicles.
Autonomous Ford Mondeo fleet tackle ‘challenging every-day driving conditions’
An all-day rush hour could be created by driverless cars clogging roads across European cities, a new study suggests.
Brussels test programme follows successful simulations and trials on closed circuits and public road tests in Japan and the USA.
A proposed assurance framework aimed at allaying fears around the cybersecurity threat to connected and autonomous vehicles has been launched.
Research from Move UK has opened the door to more rapid development of automated driving technologies, with much less data intensive methods now required to test driver assistance systems.
Vehicles should have a sufficient level of security to guard against cyber attacks before they are allowed to be used in fully autonomous mode, the insurance industry urged.
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