World first puts Midlands in the driverless driving seat

The UK Autodrive project involved Tata Motors and Aurrigo, demonstrating connected and autonomous vehicles (Credit: Fabio De Paola/PA Wire)
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. Coventry has been at the heart of three days of demonstrations as a project to trial connected and autonomous vehicles - often described as driverless c... You can carry on reading for free, but you have reached the maximum number of pages an unregistered user can view. To register for an account, click here or login below...