Chess Stetson has published his thoughts on the current state of the Autonomous vehicle industry which seems like it is at a low point in the hype cycle just now. However, it is not all bad news as Chess and the dRISK team believe that if the autonomy goals changed from incremental improvements on normal […]
…including changes to the Highway Code Kiran Jesudasan, Transportation Systems Specialist, at dRISK explains why developers need to change their assumptions if AVs are ever to be commercially deployed at scale. On 29th January 2022, changes were introduced to the Highway Code following public consultation. In essence, a new hierarchy of road users has been […]
Can an Autonomous Vehicle handle a storm?
Storms often provide a test for British infrastructure and the early months of 2022 saw Storm Eunice, swiftly followed by Franklin, give the sternest of examinations. Sadly the UK transport infrastructure weakness in such an environment was exposed with more pressure being put on the UK roads as commuters would turn to cars to get […]