Stefano Bianchi, coordinator of H2020 Trustonomy, tells Intelligent Transport how the European research project is advocating to build the safety, trust and acceptance of automated vehicles, bringing experts and citizens together.
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Autonomous vehicles will be trialled along the Midlands Future Mobility route, which has been developed by TfWM in collaboration with Coventry City Council, Birmingham City Council and Solihull Council.
Working with scooter firms Tortoise and Go X, the e-scooter fleet in Peachtree Corners can reportedly deliver themselves to a rider's door and return back to a designated parking spot after use.
The three-year consultation focused on Highly Automated Road Passenger Services (HARPS) which use self-driving vehicles capable of carrying only passengers or travelling empty with no human driver on board.
Self-driving advocacy organisation Zenzic has highlighted research which suggests connected and autonomous vehicles will be key in the UK's journey to achieving net zero by 2050.
A consortium of industry, government and academia has explored the feasibility of creating a UK cyber-security ‘Centre of Excellence’ to better deal with cyber threats in mobility.
Based on current analysis, researchers have created future scenarios for Moscow to determine how self-driving vehicles will impact ride sharing, public transport, passenger experience and everyday life.
The ultimate goal of the track project is to design an affordable trackform that can be easily removed, reduce impact on utilities and existing infrastructure, and save hundreds of thousands of pounds.
Ruter, Holo, Toyota Motor Europe and Sensible 4 have signed a contract to collaboratively trial the integration of self-driving technology into the public transport network of the Oslo and Akershus counties in Norway.
The Inclusive Design Challenge is seeking automated vehicle (AV) solutions that are designed to be more accessible to people with disabilities.
The joint venture aims to use the AI-based computer vision system to enhance the safety and efficiency of public transport.
The latest data from EPO has revealed that the UK’s transport sector continued to innovate in 2019, with a primary upward trend in computer technology and digital communications.
Ian Hind, Commercial Director at AGD Systems, tells Intelligent Transport how connected systems are changing the shape of transport’s technology market and why now is the time for authorities to be more open and receptive to that change.