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Merging self-driving cars with buses and bikes

Connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) are being tested on roads in complex urban, rural and highways environments – each with their unique challenges.

People-literate tech, why we need the human touch

For centuries, human societies have adapted to waves of technological advances and industrial revolutions. Now, developments in mobility are part of our everyday lives.

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When the self-driving car meets a fridge

The self-driving car’s dilemma – how to avoid a fridge thrown from a bridge

Connected mobility

Learn how real-time location data is fuelling the future of transport

Underpinning future technology with data quality and standards

A huge 2.5 quintillion bytes of data is created globally every day. Having good data quality that is reliable will help make the right decisions and underpin future technology such as the roll out of autonomous cars.


Not-spots to hotspots: delivering internet for all

Superfast internet will be the electricity that powers our future connected economy. A connectivity ‘not-spot’ will be the future equivalent to living ‘off the grid’ and will have a similarly stifling effect on social and economic development.

Raising the roof with artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) is reshaping our lives. From the home to the workplace, technologies are enabling computers to perceive, learn, reason, and assist in decision-making to solve problems in ways that are similar to humans.

Can the sharing economy work in the energy sector?

The UK Industrial Strategy outlined clean growth as one of the Grand Challenges of our time. The energy industry faces the ‘tri-lemma’ of creating cleaner energy, at a lower cost, while maintaining security of supply.