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UK government releases guidelines regarding automotive cybersecurity

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The UK government has released guidelines regarding automotive cybersecurity. The document named as ” Principles of cyber security for connected and automated vehicles” was released by the Department for Transport and Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure. The quick start guide to vehicle cyber security lists the 8 principles: …

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U.K. government plans to invest 800 million pounds in new driverless and electric vehicles

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Bloomberg has reported that the U.K. government has plans to invest more than 800 million pounds in new driverless and electric vehicles. Recently the Queen in her speech in the Parliament stated that the government aims to make Britain a leader in electric and driverless vehicles and to deliver on …

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‘Unmarked’ self-driving car in Britain

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Published : 31 October 2016 Recently a study at London School of economics had concluded that the self-driving cars would be facing the challenge from the aggressive drivers. The aggressive drivers would turn in the very advantage of the self-driving car against it. Taking this study seriously Volvo has decided that the …

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Britain government to amend rules for autonomous cars

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Published: July 12, 2016  The UK government has proposed new amendments to insurance legislation and the Highway Code as it seeks to drive the development of autonomous vehicle technology and safety of drivers. Under the proposed measures by the UK government, rules will be changed so automated vehicles can be …

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Driverless cars to be launched on UK streets

Britain is set to introduce driverless cars on its streets. The first of a planned 100 electric vehicles will take to the streets of Milton Keynes in Buckingham shire, which has helpfully wide pavements, from early 2015 as part of a 65 million pounds five-year project. The self-driving ‘pods’ will …

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