Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
New plan for self-driving vehicles plus a consultation on a safety ambition.
Automated Lane Keeping System technology outcome means self-driving vehicles could be used on British roads.
UK on the cusp of a transport revolution, as self-driving vehicles set to be worth nearly £42 billion by 2035
Report revealing the full economic value of self-driving vehicles in the UK released.
Drone deliveries and seamless end-to-end journey routing could connect UK’s rural towns and communities
What will the future of transport look like? Government seeks views on how digital innovation can help people to plan, book and pay for travel.
Collection of case studies for projects led by the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV).
The next wave of government-funded research and development projects aiming to put Britain at the forefront of 5G technology have been announced.
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What we do
CCAV is part of the Department for Transport and the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy.
Guidance and regulation
- Self-driving vehicles listed for use in Great Britain
- Principles of cyber security for connected and automated vehicles
Research and statistics
- International perceptions of the UK’s connected and automated mobility sector: market study
- Automated vehicles: testing proposed wording used in The Highway Code
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