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“Next Generation Fleet Software Must Support Increased Levels of Data Security for Autonomous Vehicles”

“Next Generation Fleet Software Must Support Increased Levels of Data Security for Autonomous Vehicles”

🕔14:02, 8.Aug 2017

Fleet software needs to be ready to respond to new technological advancements as smart vehicles start to flood the market, with a primary focus on the importance of data security, says Chevin. The company points out that autonomous and connected cars

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NSW Smart Shuttle Automated Vehicle Trial Confirms Momentum for HMI Technologies

NSW Smart Shuttle Automated Vehicle Trial Confirms Momentum for HMI Technologies

🕔11:31, 4.Aug 2017

On August 2nd, Transport Minister Andrew Constance and Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight Melinda Pavey announced New South Wales’ first automated vehicle trial. For intelligent transport specialists HMI Technologies, the project’s lead partners, the trial will extend their expertise

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ITS (UK) Helps Set Connected Vehicle Standards

ITS (UK) Helps Set Connected Vehicle Standards

🕔14:55, 28.Jul 2017

ITS (UK) is working with the British Standards Institution (BSI) to agree standards that connected and automated vehicles should adhere to in order help deliver safety and interoperability for all road users. The BSI asked ITS (UK) for help in

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UK House of Lords publishes Autonomous Vehicles report

UK House of Lords publishes Autonomous Vehicles report

🕔10:48, 15.Mar 2017

The House of Lords Science and Technology Committee today publishes its report Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: The future? The report sets out recommendations for the Government to ensure it makes policy and investment decisions that enable the UK to receive

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Autonomous vehicles and the future of transport

Autonomous vehicles and the future of transport

🕔09:09, 16.Feb 2017

Are we speeding towards a future without privately-owned cars? There are compelling reasons to think that a combination of urbanisation, shifting cultural priorities and of course rapid technological change are set to radically reshape our concepts of transport. In this

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What price autonomy?

What price autonomy?

🕔10:07, 5.Jan 2017

CES 2017 is awash with autonomous technology, and not just driverless vehicles. The BBC’s Dave Lee took a trip in the an autonomous Hyundai Ioniq around the streets of Las Vegas but the revelation came towards the end of the

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GATEway demonstrates how teleoperation and autonomy can improve mobility for disabled drivers

GATEway demonstrates how teleoperation and autonomy can improve mobility for disabled drivers

🕔12:16, 4.Jan 2017

The UK’s first demonstration of a teleoperated autonomous vehicle service for people with reduced mobility has been successfully completed as part of the GATEway project, led by TRL. Taking place at the InterContinental Hotel in the Royal Borough of Greenwich and

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Volvo autonomous car engineer calls Tesla’s Autopilot a ‘wannabe’

Volvo autonomous car engineer calls Tesla’s Autopilot a ‘wannabe’

🕔14:22, 28.Apr 2016

Tesla’s Autopilot semi-autonomous technology gives drivers the ability to take their hands off the wheel, while the car effectively drives itself on the highway. At launch, drivers didn’t even need to touch the wheel to show that they were still awake and

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Ferrari CEO drives a Tesla, promptly calls electric cars ‘obscene’

Ferrari CEO drives a Tesla, promptly calls electric cars ‘obscene’

🕔14:25, 27.Apr 2016

Relative to how fast things typically move in the auto industry (read: not fast at all), Tesla’s emergence as a forward-thinking and revolutionary car company seemingly came out of nowhere. While traditional automakers over the years have been quick to scoff at

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Christie administration: Road fund could go broke this summer

Christie administration: Road fund could go broke this summer

🕔15:52, 15.Apr 2016

New Jersey’s transportation funding system is in disarray, and neither the governor nor state legislators has a plan for how to plug a financing gap that tops $2 billion, administration officials and Assembly members said Wednesday at the first budget

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