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.
A keynote speaker at this year’s Future of Transportation Conference has proposed transforming the HS2 rail project into the world’s first autonomous car and truck superhighway.
Claims that self-driving cars could avoid 90% of road deaths by eliminating human error are untested, says a new report by the International Transport Forum.
European Commission announces road safety measures, including mandating autonomous emergency braking (AEB), built in breathalysers and drowsiness detection.
New laws introduced that will allow drivers to use remote control parking and other advanced driving assistance (ADAS) systems on British roads.
Findings from the Venturer self-driving car trial, published in a new report by Axa Insurance UK and law firm Burges Salmon, highlight potential dangers.
Bhavesh Patel switched on his car’s autopilot before moving to the passenger seat while travelling along a motorway.
A JLR led consortium of connected car specialists has been awarded £4.7m to help fund automated vehicle research.
UK Connected Intelligence Transport Environment (UK CITE) demonstrated its latest innovations at Jaguar Land Rover’s Gaydon site.
The DfT says safety remains paramount, which is why it is supporting the industry with “full and proper trials and safe testing environments”.
Three-quarters (78%) of people broadly support the idea of driverless vehicles on city streets, provided they are safe and resistant to a cyber attack.
The European Commission publishes its proposal on the revision of the General Safety Regulation this May.
Audi has teamed up with Italdesign and Airbus to jointly develop Pop.Up Next, a new type of transport for cities.
Elaine Herzberg was struck by the Uber vehicle when crossing the road in Tempe, a city east of Phoenix.
How the latest developments in connectivity, autonomy and mobility technology are changing the face of fleet management. Jonathan Manning reports
Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) is only standard on 7% of Ford, 14% of Vauxhall, 14% of Kia and 16% of Audi cars available in UK showrooms today.
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