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Robot deliveries roll out in Milton Keynes’ centre

Robot deliveries roll out in Milton Keynes’ centre

A new report also shows that 20 per cent of parcels globally could be delivered by drones, robots or AVs by 2030. Further, automated delivery technology could play a part in the coronavirus pandemic response.

Milton Keynes launches ride-sharing trial

Milton Keynes launches ride-sharing trial

Trial will help the council understand whether shared ride services could complement Milton Keynes’ bus network as part of its review later this year.

Lime and Octopus team for a greener London

Lime and Octopus team for a greener London

Lime warehouses, which charge Lime-E electric assist bike batteries, are being powered by clean and renewable energy in the UK capital.

How do we ensure enough water in 2050?

How do we ensure enough water in 2050?

In his keynote speech at Waterwise, Sir James Bevan of the UK’s Environment Agency said we must tackle both sides of the equation: reduce demand and increase supply.

UK's first driverless pod trial demonstrates last-mile potential

UK's first driverless pod trial demonstrates last-mile potential

Self-driving pods provided a first-last mile transport solution in Milton Keynes

CityFibre injects £2.5bn to build fibre broadband in the UK

CityFibre injects £2.5bn to build fibre broadband in the UK

Provider claims it will deliver a “superior backbone” for mobile operators’ existing locations, enabling the roll-out of 5G and IoT technology