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8 March 2021 – A type of driverless vehicle designed to reduce traffic congestion has been found to have the opposite effect according to researchers at The University of Western Australia.
3 March 2021 – The Safety Case Framework: Guidance Edition provides direction for the safe testing and trialing of connected and automated mobility (CAM) in the UK. Authored by HORIBA MIRA, TRL and WMG, and compiled by Zenzic, it aims to help trialling organisations and reviewers save time and money, with a unified approach to safety case development.
3 March 2021 – Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles (VWCV) says it is to accelerate its autonomous and electric driving development projects, with Carsten Intra, CEO of Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, stating, “With the confirmation of the group’s supervisory board for our autonomous driving R&D program, we are setting the course for the future of mobility. Autonomous, electric driving will make an important contribution to urban mobility and road safety. Our vehicles are the logical first choice to apply such systems to.”
3 March 2021 – This third edition of the Safety Case Framework provides guidance that creates a common safety checklist or language for both technology creators and safety reviewers which covers CAM testing scenarios from small scale testing at private testing facilities through to trialling on public roads with a remote safety operator.
3 March 2021 – Connected safety technology
24 February 2021 – The 5th meeting of the ITU-T Focus Group on AI for autonomous and assisted driving (FG-AI4AD) will begin with a joint webinar held in partnership with the Law Commission (England & Wales) and Scottish Law Commission who were asked by the UK Government Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV) to review the law and regulation for automated driving.
18 February 2021 – The first in a series of blogs about Connectivity can now be found on the CAV Safety Hub website.
17 February 2021 – Zenzic accelerates the UK’s connected and self-driving vehicle ecosystem, by facilitating and promoting development across the UK.
3 February 2021 – The Department for Transport have published a report Connected Vehicle Data Research project.
20 January 2021 – Webinar: You’ll hear success stories about the important role of human factors for future vehicles and developments