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Public research shaping the future of driverless vehicles

Public research shaping the future of driverless vehicles

Today the GATEway Project begins research into public acceptance of, and attitudes towards, driverless vehicles. The trials, which will see an autonomous vehicle driving in a complex urban environment, is not about robotising existing forms of transport, such as the car, but is examining ways to optimise mobility for the …

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Driverless trucks could revolutionize GCC transport

Driverless trucks could revolutionize GCC transport

Autonomous trucks, driverless vehicles that operate independently, are an emerging technology with significant potential benefits for GCC countries, according to a recent study by management consultancy Strategy& (formerly Booz & Co.). Today most freight moves inside and amongst GCC nations by road. More than one million trucks are currently in …

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