With a driver on board in case of emergencies, Singapore has begun the first on-demand autonomous shuttle trial which marks a major milestone in real-world testing.
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The National Transport Commission in Australia has advised the need for a legal framework to encompass automated vehicle use which would benefit both insurance and data access.
The international event for sustainable mobility solutions released the names of some speakers and the first headline partners supporting the fourth edition taking place on 16 and 17 October at la Grande Halle de la Villette (Paris).
Autonomous cars are an increasingly popular topic, but do we actually want them running on our roads? Industry is more than willing to trial them, but what about the consumer?
Culham Science Centre has announced the completion of a new £5.8 million facility built to support the development of CAVs, a sector estimated to be worth £907 billion by 2035.
With the level of connectivity in urban mobility increasing, Intelligent Transport's refreshed topics and navigation put the information and discussion that's most important to the industry front and centre in a more accessible way than ever.
The vision of ‘Motorway Mobility’ is to use the existing motorway infrastructure together with autonomous vehicles and new transport hubs near to the motorway.
The partnership hopes to create a set of industry recognised standards that will accelerate the safe and successful deployment of automated vehicles, and champion British expertise in this field.
The pilot scheme is Via’s first autonomous vehicle deployment in the world, serving a community in New South Wales, Australia.
Waymo is looking to distinguish itself from its competitors by trialling services such as free Wi-Fi and music streaming for its riders.
Self-driving cars in the Lyft app provide another way for blind travellers to get around reliably without needing to own a car.
Over 24km of London's roadways have been chosen for the real-world trial of autonomous vehicles within the UK.
Japan and France are one step closer to driverless vehicles as Groupe Renault and Nissan to become the first automotive manufacturers to explore driverless mobility.
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.