Expressing a highly contentious view, Jonathan Webber, Professor of Philosophy at Cardiff University, has suggested that human drivers should be banned once driverless cars are up to speed.
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,
The groundbreaking UK Autodrive project has published its
final report, reflecting on some impressive achievements and highlighting urgent challenges.
Back in December 2014, UK Autodrive was one of
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
Following the Department for Transport’s announcement that the UK is planning advanced driverless car road trials – meaning no safety driver – here’s an update on the latest tests currently taking
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
One of the UK’s leading transport operators, Stagecoach, is testing a full-sized autonomous bus at a depot in Manchester.
Working in partnership with vehicle manufacturer Alexander Dennis and
Much of the debate about autonomous vehicles (AVs) has focused on the driverless dilemma – who to save, or kill, in no-win crash situations.
This subject is often explored via a thought experiment
Coventry-based autonomous vehicle specialist Aurrigo has partnered with Blind Veterans UK for what it says is the world’s first real-world driverless trial involving disabled people.