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Ten years until autonomous vehicles hit the fast lane, says Antony Edwards, CTO at TestPlant

Ten years until autonomous vehicles hit the fast lane, says Antony Edwards, CTO at TestPlant

The delay in autonomous vehicles is quickly developing into a serious societal issue

Make way for autonomous vehicles: infrastructure considerations for urban environments by Michelle Caulfield-Harris

Make way for autonomous vehicles: infrastructure considerations for urban environments by Michelle Caulfield-Harris

If the car manufactures and tech companies are to be believed, autonomous vehicles will be with us very soon, but key questions remain regarding the necessary infrastructure

The reality of MaaS has arrived, by Ben Foulser, associate director, Infrastructure Advisory Practice, KPMG

The reality of MaaS has arrived, by Ben Foulser, associate director, Infrastructure Advisory Practice, KPMG

Mobility-as-a-Service enhances the user experienced and can achieve key policy objectives such as economic growth and transport network resilience

Who benefits from connected car data, asks Penny Searles, CEO, Smartdriverclub

Who benefits from connected car data, asks Penny Searles, CEO, Smartdriverclub

The emergence of membership based connected car services are helping motorists benefit from their driving data


How connected cars will change industry, by Robert Schuessler, connected car VP, Bright Box Europe

How connected cars will change industry, by Robert Schuessler, connected car VP, Bright Box Europe

The main threat facing the automakers comes from the digital players

Rethinking the mobility landscape by Yovav Meydad, VP of product & marketing, Moovit

Rethinking the mobility landscape by Yovav Meydad, VP of product & marketing, Moovit

In the end, the aggregation of multiple modes of transport that ensure accessibility for everyone will win

Our cities are full; we need new ones, says Aurecon’s Matt Coetzee

Our cities are full; we need new ones, says Aurecon’s Matt Coetzee

By 2050 it is estimated that 2.5 billion people will add to the 4 billion already in our cities. Where will they go?

What difference does data make on our roads, asks Wayne Slant, marketing director, Clearview Intelligence

What difference does data make on our roads, asks Wayne Slant, marketing director, Clearview Intelligence

It’s quite simple really. Without data, our roads would grind to a halt. Period.

Why the end to BST means an increase in weather-related car accidents by Dr Graham Cookson, chief economist, EMEA, INRIX

Why the end to BST means an increase in weather-related car accidents by Dr Graham Cookson, chief economist, EMEA, INRIX

Technology and data have the ability to significantly reduce driving accidents at a fraction of their multi billion pound cost