Urban Transport Group has published a new report setting out the ‘considerable uncertainties’ about the rollout of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAV) in the UK.
Only one in 10 US drivers (12%) would trust riding in a self-driving car, according to a new survey by the American Automobile Association (AAA).
BSI, the UK’s national standards body, has released a new set of standards that set out the minimum requirements for managing safety during development testing and when trialling automated vehicles.
We are in a period of dramatic social and economic change. Simply put, mobility impacts every single one of us.
Report calls for a coordinated approach to the pursuit of connected and automated mobility, reports transport and technology journalist, David Fowler.
There are many potholes on the road to connected and automated mobility, but expect a safety communications network within the next decade, says Dr Daniel Ruiz, CEO, Zenzic.
Daimler has become the first car manufacturer to sign up to Wejo’s new product, Neutral Server Plus, which gives third parties access to connected vehicle data.
Britain’s largest trial of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) evaluated seven technologies, some of which could be rolled out almost immediately.
Travel times cut by 43% but concerns need addressing before widespread use, research finds.
Christian Wolmar warns transport planners to beware of the hype around autonomous vehicles.
Key report covers the cybersecurity risks to connected vehicles and outlines measures to help mitigate them.
The Automated Vehicle Safety Consortium (AVSC) has agreed to best practice for safety testing procedures for autonomous vehicles.
StreetDrone, the autonomous solutions company, has said the industry needs to tighten its scope on specific projects rather than looking for “one-size-fits-all solutions”.
A new sensor developed by Draper has made it possible for self-driving cars to see through rain, snow and fog.
Hyundai has started testing truck platooning on a motorway proving ground that replicates real-world driving conditions.
AVs can operate “smoothly, safely and legally in complex real-life situations”, according to project consortium.
Companies from the automotive and computing industries have formed a new consortium to develop a common computing platform for autonomous vehicles.
Three quarters of UK drivers are not yet ready to adopt shared mobility and autonomous technology, according to a new study.
Transport & Environment urges regulation is needed to ensure autonomous vehicles are good for society and the environment.
Ford Mobility in Europe has been employing big data analytics combined with detailed on-site observations to discover where – and why – some stretches of road are more likely to experience road safety incidents than others.