Real-world testing of fully-autonomous vehicles is key to their future deployment. Here we look at some of the UK trials taking place.
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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.
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.
Oxbotica has announced the completion of a £14 million investment from IP Group plc, Parkwalk Advisors and AXA XL to accelerate global growth.
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