Drivers of fully autonomous vehicles should not be held liable for crashes involving their cars while the technology is in charge, says the Association of British Insurers.
Minimum road infrastructure safety standards will be extended to national roads across the EU, after a provisional deal was agreed.
IAM RoadSmart has published a white paper called Driving While Distracted: Challenges and Solutions, which examines the reasons why so many motorists’ minds wander.
The Government has announced that a process is being developed to support the advanced trials of automated vehicles.
DriveTech has launched a new whitepaper in their continuing series, this latest titled ‘Autonomous driving – will they be safer and where does this leave the “driver”?’.
JLR has developed technology that beams a series of projections onto the road to show the future intentions of the self-driving vehicle.
Safety concerns over technology that needs drivers to take action in emergency
Government approves three tests of self-drive vehicles. Jonathan Manning reports
The EV recharging infrastructure should require no driver involvement in preparation for fleets of driverless vehicles. By Alex Gruzen
The Toyota Research Institute (TRI) will introduced its new P4 automated driving test vehicle at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, today.
By Sandeep Sovani, director, Global Automotive Industry, ANSYS
New guidance has been published by the British Standards Institute (BSI) to help protect self-driving cars from being hacked.
Kia is developing new technology that will enable its cars to monitor a driver’s emotional state and tailor the interior environment to create a more enjoyable experience.
By Steve Beattie, head of business sales, Volvo Car UK
Autonomous vehicle trials carried out by the DRIVEN consortium will begin on London’s roads before Christmas.
Addison Lee and Oxbotica have started to map Canary Wharf for autonomous vehicle services.
Autonomous vehicles could initially lead to increased congestion, according to a new study by Arthur D Little (ADL).
Autonomous vehicle technology will significantly cut incidents, but risks will remain.
Addison Lee and UK autonomous driving tech company Oxbotica will be ready to put fully autonomous vehicles on the road in London by 2021, but UK legislation needs to move forward to make it possible.
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.
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