ITS Monday: Edition 12, 2020
This week’s small collection of curated content from the worlds of intelligent transport systems, smart mobility, and associated areas.
Stories on: A new Linkedin group iMOVE has started on the topic of COVID-19 and transport, the demise of a driverless truck startup, new autonomous vehicle rules in the US, and two ITS-related articles from Europe.
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A new forum iMOVE has added to Linkedin, allowing professionals in the transport industry, plus researchers, start-ups and more to come together and share ideas to implement, or suggestions for future investigation, on how to help transport adapt in this health crisis the world currently finds itself in. We hope you can join us there!JOIN THE GROUP
From the USA. ‘For the first time, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is weighing in on autonomous vehicles with no driver behind the wheel — or no wheel at all.
There’s a two-month window for interested parties to make comments on the proposals before they are finalised.READ THE ARTICLE
‘Funded by Innovate UK and the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV), and delivered by a consortium led by Applus Idiada with Cranfield University, Westfield Sports Cars, Cosworth, SBD Automotive and Connected Places Catapult, the 30-month MuCCA project has seen specially equipped vehicles successfully complete replicas of real-life UK motorway scenarios on test tracks.’READ THE ARTICLE