Transport Research Laboratory

15th December 2017

Journeys on the edge: ADAS, data and edge computing

According to Recode magazine, “The future of advanced-edge computing is actually in autonomous cars”. The article says companies such as Intel, Nvidia, ARM, Harman and Qualcomm “see connected cars...

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17th November 2017

Caring about a sharing driverless future

Mobility solutions will be the first opportunity for the masses to truly use the autonomous vehicle but what can be done to expedite a fully autonomous mobility on demand...

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14th July 2017

Sharing data will smooth the road to smart mobility

PwC’s Connected and Autonomous Vehicles – Revolutionising Mobility In Society report finds that over 50% of all surveyed respondents feel that their mobility is restricted and yet the consultancy...

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31st March 2017

Man vs Machine: Is the road big enough for both of us?

Asmore vehicles rise through the levels of autonomy the real concern of the insurance industry lies in the mix of autonomy and manual drivers on the road. In an...

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22nd February 2016

Weekly Brief: ‘Birthplace of Time’ to become UK testing hub for driverless tech

Beep beep, out of the way Meridian. Move over Mean Time. There’s a new boss in Greenwich, London: the self-driving car. The UK has made no secret of its...

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26th October 2015

Weekly Brief: Hackers and carmakers beware, US government is coming for you

From OnStar and 60 Minutes to Wired Magazine and Jeep Cherokee to a whole Connected Car Village at the DefCon hackers conference, the past year has been one giant...

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21st July 2015

Video: Judging risk with relationship between ADAS and the driver

For all the latest thinking and developments on telematics insurance don’t miss Insurance Telematics Insurance 2015 this September 2-3.

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