The UK Government-supported Autodrive Project trialled a range of autonomous and connected vehicles over a three-year period, starting in 2015.
Competitive pitches are tiring out those chasing cash injections to support research, but investors still enthusiastically seek the ‘next big thing’
With connected shared cars comes more utilisation and more data that, used properly, can be very powerful.
Andy McDonald, shadow Secretary of State for Transport, reflects on a city that has used development of a modern tram network to replace car dominance
In many instances, councils don't control enough of the component parts to allow a co-ordinated approach, reports Mark Smulian
What are some of the alternative revenue-raising options in an era of electric cars, usership, autonomous vehicles and MaaS?
The development of driverless/autonomous vehicles is a veritable rocky road. Christian Wolmar dissects hype from reality by assessing the claimed benefits
How does the Government raise revenue from motorists in an era of electric cars, usership, autonomous vehicles and MaaS?
The central problem for any smart technology is how it deals with me, the dumb user, says Philip Gomm, of the RAC Foundation.
London Datastore recently celebrated its 10th anniversary. Created to make the city’s data widely available, it was one of the first of its kind.