The coming year will see driverless vehicle technology become part of everyday life in Britain, according to experts. The sector has already seen a sharp acceleration in development over the past 12 months with the Government backing the technology in the last Budget – promising fully driverless cars on the roads within three years.
Iliffe Media Ltd Future of Transport speakers offer a range of suggestions for Cambridge Cambridge Consultants’ Nathan Wrench at the Future of Transport event with DelivAir. Picture: Mike Scialom A stellar cast of speakers at the Future of Transport also considered what’s happening above ground as transport decisions – so long mired in process – reach a critical decision point.
Australia is one of the UK’s most distant markets, but it has much in common with Britain in terms of business practices, language, culture, legal structure, standards and services. Its economy has also continually grown for the past 25 years and the country is near to the rapidly growing Asia-Pacific rim.