Autonomous Ford Mondeo fleet tackle ‘challenging every-day driving conditions’
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.
The UK’s departure from the EU must be orderly, with a deal that supports both the industry and technological collaboration, especially in data, says the SMMT.
By Sandeep Sovani, global director Automotive Industry at ANSYS
By Antonio Avenoso, executive director of the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC)
Safety concerns over technology that needs drivers to take action in emergency
The EV recharging infrastructure should require no driver involvement in preparation for fleets of driverless vehicles. By Alex Gruzen
New guidance has been published by the British Standards Institute (BSI) to help protect self-driving cars from being hacked.
Addison Lee and Oxbotica have started to map Canary Wharf for autonomous vehicle services.
Jaguar Land Rover has developed a technology that will be able to tell if vehicle occupants are feeling unwell and adjust settings to combat motion sickness.
Automotive technology company believes the inclusion of automated driving as part of the UK driving will help improve driver acceptance and understanding.
A last-mile delivery concept using self-driving, electric pods called Ez-Pro has been unveiled by Renault at the Hannover Motor Show in Germany.
Shifting passengers away from public transport and into self-driving cars may have the effect of increasing traffic volumes, warn experts
Volvo has developed a system which will allow fully autonomous vehicles to communicate their intentions with human drivers to improve road safety.
ACIS’s chief executive Graham O’Neill has urged bodyshops to optimise the safety and earning potential of ADAS when autonomous vehicles come in for repair.
Arval says fleets need to ensure drivers understand advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) to ensure that they make a positive impact on safety.
Jaguar Land Rover is studying how autonomous vehicles will interact with pedestrians by using virtual eyes to interact with them.
The future of mobility and last mile deliveries are the subject of two Government consultations launched today.
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