Self-driving pods provided a first-last mile transport solution in Milton Keynes
Self-driving cars on our roads are a step close after a successful trial was completed in Milton Keynes. The cars, and pods have been tested over the last three years. Now the results will be analysed before the Government decides on the next step, with the aim of driverless vehicles on our roads by 2021.
Milton Keynes has once again been used as a live test site for some of the world’s cutting edge road-tech. Milton Keynes has once again been used as a live test site for some of the world’s cutting edge road-tech. The idea is to inform drivers of what speed to travel at to avoid having to stop at red lights.
Coventry-based manufacturer, Aurrigo is playing the largest role in the world’s first ever multi-connected and autonomous vehicle demonstration today (10 Oct). The specialist, which employs 81 people, is using its Pod Zeros to showcase an autonomous first/last mile transport solution in Coventry and Milton Keynes.
UK Autodrive concludes with world-first multi-CAV demonstration | Automotive Testing Technology International
The UK Autodrive project has come to a grand conclusion with three days of complex demonstrations across Coventry and Milton Keynes – featuring new modes of travel, complex urban environments, and an International CAV Conference, which takes place on Thursday, October 11, 2018, from 09:30am-12:00pm.
The Midlands has put itself in the driving seat for the development of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAV) with the world’s first multi-CAV demonstration. It is the culmination of a £20m government-funded project, UK Autodrive, which has brought together experts in a consortium that includes Jaguar Land Rover, Coventry City Council, Aurrigo, Horiba MIRA and Gowling WLG.