Birmingham is hosting the Project Endeavour autonomous driving trial, as it enters its next phase on public roads.
Real-world testing of fully-autonomous vehicles is key to their future deployment. Here we look at some of the UK trials taking place.
Smart mobility technologies are often hailed as being ready to revolutionise the transport sector - the Gartner Hype Cycle aims to uncover the truth
The latest industry news from Ebbon-Dacs, Instavolt, Webfleet Solutions, Munic and ALD Automotive.
Recommendations for who will be legally liable if an autonomous vehicle commits an offence are set to be published by the Law Commission by the end of the year.
Key challenges fleet operators will face rolling out autonomous vehicles (AVs) in UK towns and cities have been identified in a new report.
Kinana Hussain, vice president of product management at CalAmp provides advice to help fleets transition during the '2G/3G sunset'.
Ford and Google have entered a strategic partnership to develop new connected vehicle services and infotainment systems.
Fully self-driving cars becoming a regular sight on UK roads could be “10 or 15” years away, “maybe never”, says the consortium leader of a major autonomous vehicle trial.
Self-driving technology will be present in 40% of all new UK car sales by 2035, with a total market value of £41.7 billion, a new report suggests.
The Covid-19 outbreak has already changed how people travel. Here we look at some of the impacts it will have on future mobility solutions.
Volvo Cars will use Gothenburg as a testbed for new connected car technologies to help the city become climate-neutral by 2030.
Michelin has announced it will incorporate Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chips into all its car tyres by 2023.
Richard Wilding, co-founder of ShieldsUp explores risk mitigation and cyber security for connected vehicles.
Nissan is working as part of a new consortium to help develop a blueprint that will help cities across the UK introduce autonomous vehicle.
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.
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