UK motorists have concerns over trust in Driver-less vehicles
Motorists appear to be embracing some technological advances, with 59% wanting adaptive cruise control and 58% advanced automatic emergency braking.
Stagecoach trial the UK’s first single deck autonomous bus
The system uses multiple sensors such as radar, optical cameras and ultrasound to detect and avoid objects.
Consumers ‘will soon buy cars in similar way to online shopping’
Auto Trader said car retailers will adopt grocery-style retail models over the next few years to market and increasingly sell vehicles online.
Students use augmented reality tool to help manufacture race car
The AR tool will help with the construction of the car’s monocoque – the shell of the vehicle.
Audi’s new concept vehicle uses drones for headlights
The AI:Trail features using drones fro headlights and charging points on the roof.
Autonomous Village opens to boost development of driver-less cars
A new world class facility has been opened in Bedfordshire to aid with development of driver-less cars.
Toyota and Suzuki announce self-driving car technology partnership
The move comes as manufacturers around the world grapple with innovations in the industry.
Artificial Intelligence in the automotive sector
As one of the largest sectors in the UK, the automotive industry is breaking barriers through innovation and advancements in technology.
F1 Development: The R&D motorsport race that never stops
Nowadays the technological developments that a team makes in Formula 1 are just as important as the driver behind the wheel, with milliseconds being the margin between success and failure. At the pinnacle of motorsport, Formula 1 is the most technically advanced racing series in the world, having a legacy of leading R&D within the motorsport industry. The big manufacturing teams Ferrari, Mercedes, Renault and engine supplier Honda (Toro Rosso) flex their muscle each season, trying to gain an advantage over the rest.