The UK Government-backed project will test its autonomous vehicles on Birmingham’s busy road network as it looks to advance driverless technology in the UK.
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Mark Cracknell, Head of Technology at Zenzic, assesses the state of play in the UK’s connected and autonomous mobility (CAM) market and expresses optimism that 2021 could be a year filled with progress for the sector.
The public trials of six autonomous vehicles in Oxford form part of Project Endeavour's programme which shall run until autumn 2021, with live tests in three major UK cities.
Long used to create viral internet videos, deepfake technology has a new purpose at Oxbotica, as the company looks to scale up real-world testing of autonomous vehicles.
An event in Oxfordshire includes an exhibition open to the public that details the DRIVEN consortium's work and advancements in CAV technology.
The programme is developing situational risk management capabilities as well as safe and secure communications.
The DRIVEN consortium aims to have a fleet of fully autonomous cars completing trials on roads between London and Oxford in 2019.
Passengers will be able to experience public autonomous driving services in the UK by 2021, after three driverless mobility projects receive funding.
Detailed, digital maps of more than 250,000 miles of public roads in London will be created to record the position of every kerb, road sign, landmark and traffic light in preparation for the deployment of autonomous cars.
Gatwick will be the first airport in the world to trial autonomous vehicles for the movement of staff across the airfields, with the project expected to reduce vehicle numbers, emissions and costs…