The Government has launched a consultation that could lead to the introduction of cars with Level 3 autonomous driving capabilities by next year.
A majority of fleet managers have questioned the effectiveness of in-vehicle technologies, such as parking sensors, according to Allianz Insurance.
The UK risks falling behind with autonomous vehicle development due to not pushing ahead far enough with infrastructure preparations compared with other countries, according to new research from KPMG.
Tesla has been banned from making claims that its cars have “self-driving” technology by a court in Munich.
Highways England and Loughborough University project will look at the challenges connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) could face on motorways.
Bridgestone and Microsoft have developed a monitoring system for detecting tyre damage issues in real-time.
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Ford has made a range of connected vehicle services complimentary to customers, enabling drivers to control and monitor key features from their smartphone.
BMW is launching a ‘digital key’ that will enable customers to use their iPhone to lock, unlock and drive their car.
Volvo could be first car maker to achieve autonomous driving
Half of UK drivers do not trust driverless technology, a survey by Opinium has found.
ABI Research has said cities should expect an even greater focus on autonomous technology and smart city investment when the world starts to recover from the global coronavirus pandemic.
Farmdrop is an ethical grocer supplying sustainably-produced food via an online platform.
The Tesla Model 3 comes with an integrated 4G connection, meaning owners can connect to their car from anywhere in the world.
TomTom, Toyota Research Institute and DENSO are working together to build high-definition map data to aid the development and implementation of future autonomous vehicle technology.
A report from the Commission on Travel Demand says electric and autonomous vehicles could actually exacerbate the problems of poorly utilised cars
Car manufacturers are expected to ramp up how their cars connect to next-generation 5G infrastructure features as the market reaches 41 million vehicles by 2030, according to estimates from ABI Research.
UPS will start testing the autonomous functionality of Gaussin electric vehicle trailers at its London advanced technology depot later this year.
Our cars are now data-gathering machines that can change the face of motoring as we know it, says Beate Kubitz
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