As part of the trial, Coventry University will demonstrate how self-driving technology will work in real-world settings, as well as provide evidence for those who want to further develop this technology.
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Coventry University's National Centre for Accessible Transport aims to improve transport accessibility for disabled people in the UK by amplifying their voices in decision-making, co-designing solutions and influencing policy.
The funding will allow Coventry University to create the UK's first evidence centre, which will look to better understand the ways in which transport can be made more inclusive and accessible for people with disabilities.
Coventry University has been recognised as a collaborating partner within Uber’s project to produce an alternative ride-share option through ‘flying taxis’…
26 September 2017 | By Intelligent Transport
Coventry University and German-based engineering service provider FEV have signed a £30 million deal to build a clean transport lab in Coventry.