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Telco develops cybersecurity blueprint for self-driving cars in the UK

Telco develops cybersecurity blueprint for self-driving cars in the UK

O2 worked on the Government-funded BeARCAT project, which examined the cybersecurity vulnerabilities of connected and autonomous vehicles.

Israeli tech companies partner to reduce accidents

Israeli tech companies partner to reduce accidents

NoTraffic and Eye-Net Mobile are joining forces to enable communication between drivers and city infrastructure to assist at blind spots and increase safety at intersections.

Urban testbed recruits more forward-thinking minds

Urban testbed recruits more forward-thinking minds

The Smart Mobility Living Lab in London has added four new businesses to its Shared Research Programme to help explore, test and validate future mobility products and services.

People-centric mobility is key to quality of life in cities

People-centric mobility is key to quality of life in cities

Failure to recognise this means an “overly congested state of mobility will deteriorate”, with major consequences for livability and viability of cities, warns a report.

Utah DOT and Panasonic to create smart roadway data network

Utah DOT and Panasonic to create smart roadway data network

The network aims to improve safety and mobility by facilitating the sharing of data between vehicles, infrastructure, roadways and traffic operators in real-time.

London announces real-world testing for driverless cars

London announces real-world testing for driverless cars

Trials will be undertaken in the Royal Borough of Greenwich and Queen Elizabeth Park on 24km of existing roads across the two sites.

OS and Mobileye to map Britain's roadside infrastructure

OS and Mobileye to map Britain's roadside infrastructure

The companies want to create the first detailed dataset in this area to provide an accurate and customisable location information service.

O2's 5G network to support CAV testing in the UK

O2's 5G network to support CAV testing in the UK

The connectivity will be available from June, ahead of the first phase of the mobile network operator’s 5G roll-out in some of the major UK cities later this year.

Will Brexit prevent UK from winning the global self-driving race?

Will Brexit prevent UK from winning the global self-driving race?

New report puts the UK in pole position in the market but maintaining the lead is dependent on leaving the EU with an orderly deal.

Project prepares Bay Area cities for connected and automated future

Project prepares Bay Area cities for connected and automated future

Iteris has been chosen by San Francisco Metropolitan Transportation Commission to upgrade the intelligent transportation systems across five cities