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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September sees the annual Cenex LCV show at Millbrook. This year, connected and autonomous vehicles join the show which is becoming more of a UK automotive technology showcase. Parallels between electrification and autonomy The inclusion of connected and autonomous vehicles …
Who are you and what do you do? I am Pauline Dawes, CEO/ Founder of SOMI Trailers, a disruptive new technology that replaces 4 truck journeys by three, globally.
While transport hasn’t traditionally been the sexiest of sectors, it does touch just about every corner of our lives. The UK transport network moves an extraordinary number of people and vast quantities of goods to the places they need to …
Regulation on the emissions from internal combustion engines, actual and planned market disruption from Tesla (and Dyson, Google and others) and technological advances in electric powertrains and batteries are driving a surge of demand for electric vehicles (EVs).
The 2040 trajectory for electric vehicles (EV) With the recent government announcement to ban the sale of conventional internal combustion engine vehicles from 2040 the transport stage has now been set for significant disruptive change. 2040 is a long way …
Future generations will be using vehicles, which have batteries as their primary source of energy. They will be able to charge, travel, discharge to the grid and recharge at will. There will need to be completely different business models developed around how …