Around 4,500 accidents still happen on UK motorways each year, contributing to 1,700 annual deaths and over 22,000 serious injuries, and the project aims to reduce these figures through AI autonomous vehicle technology.
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Research from Cranfield University has determined a formula that can reduce the effects of motion sickness while in an autonomous vehicle. Here, Intelligent Transport's Eve De Clerk spoke with Zaw Htike, who is conducting the research, and Stefano Longo, Senior Lecturer in Vehicle Control at Cranfield University, to find out more.
Cranfield University is developing a mathematical formula to help alleviate motion sickness in self-driving cars, as the car knows exactly how to drive on specific routes.
Improving lithium-sulphur technology could be a key factor in stimulating the adoption of electrified vehicles on a mass scale.
11 June 2017 | By Dr Amir Soltani, Head of the Automotive Mechatronic Lab within the Advanced Vehicle Engineering Centre at the UK’s Cranfield University
The Automotive industry is on the verge of one of the most disruptive changes since its first introduction about 100 years ago. The synergetic effect of four technology enablers, so-called: Electrification, Smartness, Autonomy and Connectivity, are going to change transportation systems forever. By most estimates, fully autonomous vehicles are to…