In a prime example of the potential of connected cars, Volvo recently announced that it will share real-time data with the aim of improving road safety.
Some Volvos already warn each other about
A new 6km testing facility for connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) is being constructed at Bruntingthorpe Aerodrome and Proving Ground in Leicestershire.
The development, to be known as the Cavway,
A new report by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) and Frost & Sullivan claims the UK is “among the front runners” in developing and deploying driverless cars.
controversial move, the European Commission (EC) has backed Wi-Fi-based ITS-G5 over its 5G-based rival, C-V2X, in the race to become the
standard for internet
84% of automotive professionals have concerns that their organisational cybersecurity practices are failing to keep pace with evolving technologies, according to a new report by the Society of Automotive
Please note: a version of this article first appeared in the March/April 2019 issue of IMI Magazine and was written for a motor trade audience.
Strongly-worded manufacturer statements about
The impact of automation and artificial intelligence (AI) on jobs is a hot topic this week.
In Northern Ireland, a study by the Nevin Economic Research Institute (NERI) concluded that 58% of jobs are
The Law Commission of England and Wales is currently undertaking a far-reaching review of the legal framework for driverless cars… and insurers are keen to contribute.
The deadline for submissions
The UK’s first independent 5G-enabled mobile network – a key technology for connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) – has launched at Bedfordshire’s Millbrook Proving Ground.
On 12 February
Today’s two new statements from the London Assembly – one on the cost of congestion and the other on changes to the licensing guidelines for taxis and minicabs – have highlighted major transport