Tag Archive: autonomous

  1. Driverless Vehicles 10 Years Away

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    Recent research from PA Consulting has indicated that despite a large amount of hype, autonomous vehicles are at least 10 years away from being widely used on UK roads. Whilst the information that they have uncovered indicates that autonomous technology itself is advancing our roads … [read more]

  2. Driverless Cars Delayed?

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    Many manufacturers have pinned their hopes on 2025 as the launch date for fully autonomous vehicles. Despite significant advances in technology for this to become a reality the roads needed to facilitate them are not up to par. New research from the RAC suggests that … [read more]

  3. Driverless trucks?

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      Driverless cars and trucks essentially carry the same purpose. However, there’s something different about the prospect of lorries embracing our roads freely. They bring a whole host of implications, as this not only impacts commercial procedures; it also harbours a certain amount of uncertainty … [read more]

  4. Sharing Our Road

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    The long-standing debate; who truly owns the roads? Is it motorists or cyclists? When mentioned, this quarrel leaves many at loggerheads but it isn’t unexpected. Bikers and motorists are divided on the roads itself and that plays a part in what fuels this fire… The … [read more]

  5. Meet Olli

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    Autonomous vehicles are constantly surfacing in the news with leading companies hoping to be the frontrunner of their design. But, when autonomous designs hit the roads they won’t necessarily be dubbed for individual usage. Public transportation is a begrudgingly valued commodity in many of our … [read more]

  6. OURA

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    London’s Clerkenwell Design Week is an annual home to some of the worlds most creative trailblazers. Therefore, getting noticed within such an event is an achievement in itself. Introducing Renault Oura, a wearable transportation concept that claimed the first place spot standing out against the strong runner-up … [read more]