Who owns transport-related data and who is prepared to share it? These questions, among many others, require resolution
Development of the technology underpinning connected and automated mobility has not been badly disrupted by Covid-19. Now we must seek to push on
Three quarters of UK drivers are happy to share their vehicle data as long as their anonymity is maintained, according to Assurant’s Connected Decade report.
European parking operator Apcoa Parking and Here Technologies, a location data and technology platform, have partnered for a digital parking initiative.
More than 300 kilometres of roads in the West Midlands are being prepared to trial connected and autonomous vehicles for a new future mobility test environment.
Connected and autonomous mobility accelerator Zenzic is conducting a virtual tour of UK CAM testing facilities.
Innovative start-ups using AI to improve electric vehicle charging and satellite positioning for CAVs are amongst set to join Intelligent Mobility Accelerator
Zenzic – the DfT’s connected and autonomous vehicle accelerator - recommends setting up a 'centre of excellence' to leverage the UK's lead in cyber resilience.
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.