Risk, safety and insurance experts, AXA XL, recently visited Oxbotica’s headquarters for a progress report on the companies’ joint autonomy projects.
…Industry and Government funded project DRIVEN, shows that autonomous vehicles can operate safely in London’s complex urban environment, cementing the UK’s leadership in this area…
Autonomous vehicles driving on London’s complex and congested streets are required to make 150 independent vehicle detections every second and can detect traffic lights in 1/2,000th of a second – faster than the human eye, according to Oxbotica, world leading autonomous vehicle software provider.
Just as mechanisation once did, autonomy provides unprecedented opportunities for the sector – not just to cope with ever-increasing global demand for raw materials, but to get ahead of the game.
The way we move people and goods is changing, with autonomous vehicles central to this change. This change will affect everything from your city-commute, to how ports, airports, mines, deliveries, and warehouses operate.