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The Level 4 autonomous shuttles will launch in the German cities of Darmstadt and Offenbach and will be completely integrated into regular public transport operations.   The autonomous shuttle service will begin operations in 2023 The German

Software company Oxbotica’s suite of tools generate a vast bank of scenarios, which are used to test and refine autonomous operations and behaviours, without ever needing to physically drive in them.   Each meta-mile can be tested

The data has been collated from millions of connected vehicles, which have covered up to 95 per cent of US roads and highways to create a detailed, accurate dataset.   Smart mobility technology company Wejo has announced

The tech mobility and start-up event runs 15-16 June at the ExCel and brings together a prestigious line-up of speakers, alongside an exhibition featuring organisations at the heart of urban mobility transformation.   The tech mobility and

This is the principle finding of the D-Risk co-innovation project which drew on a range of data sources, including millions of hours of footage from CCTVs and dashcams and crowdsourced public stories of near-miss accident scenarios.  

Utah’s capital city said that transportation technologies such as electric scooters, ridesharing, the potential for self-driving cars and greater drone adoption are among factors necessitating updates to the plan.   Ensuring equitable travel will be at the

The all-electric AppliedEV vehicle, driven by Oxbotica, is operating in Oxford with no on-board driver, marking the next step in commercialising autonomous vehicle technology.   Oxbotica will also accelerate commercial deployment of AVs globally Self-driving vehicle software

Uber is working with Motional to jointly develop an autonomous delivery service model that could quickly scale to more areas across Los Angeles and in other cities.   Motional’s all-electric IONIQ 5 vehicles will carry out the

The 5G testbed at the Bikernieki race track in Riga imitates cross-border connectivity, which is crucial for testing connected and automated mobility innovations before implementing them in Europe.   The 5G-Routes project in action at the testbed

The driverless mobility solutions specialist validated technological and safety milestones essential to the deployment of level 4 autonomous Navya shuttles at the UTAC CAV test track in France.   The test environment allowed Navya to test different

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