By Sandeep Sovani, director, Global Automotive Industry, ANSYS
Nissan will next week unveil its ‘Invisible-to-Visible’ vision for connected cars which will help drivers see obstacles otherwise hidden out of sight.
Fleets have the opportunity to capitalise now on the benefits of a connected vehicle future.
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
Ford has developed a method for cities to identify locations where a traffic incident is likely to occur, using big data.
Autonomous vehicle trials carried out by the DRIVEN consortium will begin on London’s roads before Christmas.
Bosch is leading a consortium to create a facility for the exchange of data which will be critical to the future of mobility.
Jaguar Land Rover is trialing new vehicle to infrastructure technology that helps drivers plan ahead with vehicle speeds to avoid getting stuck at red lights.
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.
EE, part of the BT Group, has launched its first connected car service for SMEs, which aims to give organisations more control over their vehicle.
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.
More than half of drivers in the UK believe that it is already possible to purchase a car that can drive itself
Ford is working on a new connected vehicle technology that will avoid the need for drivers to stop at junctions.
A self-driving Range Rover Sport has completed its first autonomous lap of Coventry.
Automotive technology company believes the inclusion of automated driving as part of the UK driving will help improve driver acceptance and understanding.
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