Tag : Driverless cars
FiveAI, a company leading the UK’s charge to develop technology for driverless vehicles, is introducing data gathering cars on the streets of the Boroughs of Bromley … Read More »
The UK government is investing £200m to bring autonomous vehicle R&D to the UK, anticipating that the first cars will reach the market within four years.
Four projects that will test connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) technology have scooped £51m in government funding.
The Government has launched a new co-ordination hub for the testing of Connected Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) technologies as it pushes ahead with plans to make the … Read More »
This week’s top fleet industry stories… Hyundai takes wraps off next-gen hydrogen-powered SUV Ahead of its official launch early in 2018, Hyundai has provided an early … Read More »
Autonomous cars won’t have the edge over human drivers until every vehicle can communicate with each other and predict what’s happening over the horizon, according to … Read More »
New research reveals broad public support for driverless vehicles on Britain’s roads although concerns remain over how they will be deployed.
The Department for Transport has announced plans to push ahead with developing a single insurer model for autonomous vehicles to cover both the driver and the … Read More »
Brits would be happy to use driverless cars when commuting to work but wouldn’t trust them to transport their kids.
Self-driving vehicles have undergone trials on UK streets for the first time today (11 October).
Autonomous cars will transform motoring in the UK over the next few decades, a new report finds.
Fleets are being urged to start taking action to navigate the various different ‘stepping stones’ towards fully autonomous cars to address the challenges that each new … Read More »
Volvo’s Drive Me autonomous driving project has get underway with the production of the first car for the trial.
A total of 74% of drivers think insurers should provide cover for damage caused by hackers accessing control systems in driverless cars. That’s according to a … Read More »
Drivers should be able to buy a single motor insurance policy to cover both manual and automated driving when the first automated cars arrive.