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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.
The trial used electric NAVYA Autonom shuttles to ferry students around Sharjah University City - one of the largest integrated educational campuses in the world.
Moscow's Department of Transport reveals it has been trialling parking enforcement through autonomous driving since February 2020.
Businesses are now able to use the ‘Darwin SatCom Lab’ to explore and trial next-gen connectivity solutions for connected and autonomous vehicles.
The trial explores how 5G-connected vehicles, which are monitored by a control tower remotely, can facilitate the safe introduction of self-driving electric buses in more complex and demanding urban areas.
The Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles and Innovate UK have published a series of case studies of connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) projects in the UK. Here, Intelligent Transport gives an overview.
As part of the spin out transaction, Yandex will invest $150 million into the new standalone company, Yandex Self Driving Group (SDG).
With this new guidance, Zenzic and Aurrigo hope to lay the foundations for the development of an industry-wide set of official design guidelines to cater for the needs of vulnerable users in the creation of shared use self-driving vehicles.
Dubai's RTA and the Dubai Air Navigation Services will take part in workshops and activities to develop research and related innovation, define potential air routes for vehicles and explore safety and security measures.
The operation intends to be instrumental in addressing today's most critical mobility, accessibility, and transportation difficulties, including congestion reduction and advanced pedestrian and road safety.
The call for evidence will look at the Automated Lane Keeping System (ALKS) – an automated system that can take over control of a vehicle at low speeds, keeping it in lane on motorways.
The vision for the corridor is to create lanes that are purpose built to accelerate and enhance the full potential of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs).
Recently appointed as the Chief Technical Officer of Volocopter, Dr. Arnaud Coville tells Intelligent Transport about the technology behind Volocopter and the regulation that comes with it.
The work seeks to bridge some of the gaps caused by an "absence of standard interfaces" when testing Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs).