South Korea is betting big on smart cities, and it’s showing up in the unlikeliest of places.
As we look forward to using autonomous cars on our roads, and having been lucky enough to experience some early prototypes, I wonder about the driving styles that Autonomous Control Systems (ACS) may have, and whether as passengers we will …
As we approach the Road Safety Forum 2019, to which I have been invited for a panel discussion, I expect to be asked this question... again. The answer I usually give is Yes and No - not because I am …
We are approaching the annual Low Carbon Vehicle (LCV) event, now the Connected Automated Mobility (CAM) event at Millbrook, which prompts me to consider the question of speed limits and autonomous vehicles.
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It’s been a busy few months since my last blog on the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF), and a lot has happened in that time. The second wave challenges are up and running, and you’ll hopefully have read the blogs …
Few industries shape and support human life as construction does. So as the world enters a time of rapid change, the part our industry plays is vital.
Back in November 2017, we introduced you to the AMSIT Bridges project, which uses data collected from reflectors strategically placed on various structures in the city of London to monitor condition and movement.
Last night my cousin Polly and I cooked up a brilliant (we think) idea for London to eradicate single use coffee cups (Khan’s Cups!). We are not successful innovators, nor likely to be. But she and I are both dyed-in-the-wool …
Summer is upon us and I know many of you are looking forward, or have been on your summer holiday abroad (lucky you). Modern planes are super-efficient, hence you can fly around the world so cheaply and sometimes cheaper than …