Telecoms provider O2 and the European Space Agency (ESA) are set to launch a four-year trial to develop a back-up satellite system for driverless cars in Oxfordshire.
E-scooters will soon become a familiar sight in cities across Europe.
Waymo is expanding its global reach when it comes to driverless cars, as the Alphabet subsidiary inks a deal with Groupe Renault and Nissan.
Best highlighted by the Gatwick Airport incident last year, which saw a rogue drone used to ground more than 1,000 flights over a two day period, drone technology often proves to be a nuisance, if not a security risk, for more traditional aircrafts.
A boom in commercial drones is set to drive rapid growth in civil unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) over the next decade, with production expected to almost triple by 2028, according to research published today.
Available in 600 cities across 65 countries, Uber has truly conquered the ride-hailing market.
Amazon’s announcement that it will begin using drones to deliver to some customers in the US within a matter of months demonstrates that drone technology is becoming a practical part of the real world, rather than just a gimmick.
When Blade Runner was released in 1982, Ridley Scott introduced us to a dystopian vision of what Los Angeles could look like in 2019.
Augmented reality is being put in the driving seat in order to aid car manufacturers with the design and testing of new vehicles, thanks to a partnership between Volvo Cars and Finnish augmented-reality headset manufacturer Varjo.
With the UK government stating that it wants fully driverless cars to be on British roads by 2021, much of the innovation in the automotive sphere is focused on this new technology.
Delivery drones are often characterised as a key part of the future of online retail, but according to Paul Clarke, CTO of online grocery giant Ocado, they won’t be bringing goods to your door for the foreseeable future.
A transport modelling technology that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to simulate the movement of people and vehicles through cities is set to provide the foundation for future transport technologies such as driverless cars.
A fleet of miniature autonomous cars has shown how driverless cars improve traffic flow by at least 35% when programmed to work together.
From bike sharing and electric scooters and soon self-driving cars and drone vehicles, the transport ecosystem is arguably undergoing the largest transformation since cars first appeared on the roads back in the 19th century.
A collaboration between Volvo Construction Equipment and LEGO Technic has seen future construction machines built using the toy company’s bricks.
With new capabilities such as GPS tracking, Wi-Fi connectivity and the ability to recharge other gadgets, smart luggage is the newest way travellers can stay connected on the move.
Cities are changing at a pace never seen before and with a change in structure and behaviour, there has been a meteoric rise in ‘shared mobility’.
Drivers might soon be able to earn cryptocurrency while they drive thanks to new connected car technology being tested by Jaguar Land Rover.
Toyota’s research division has announced plans to use satellite imagery to create automated high-definition maps for its autonomous vehicles.
Driverless cars are on their way, and if Elon Musk is to be believed you could be hitching a ride in an autonomous taxi as early as next year.
It’s no secret that the world’s forests are under threat.
An improved delivery drone design that ensures that unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) can carry more than previous models and fly in increasingly precarious conditions has been patented.
With the number of young people owning cars dropping rapidly, on-demand transportation services are growing in popularity.
The Swedish Transport Administration Trafikverket has announced plans to build an electric road that can charge vehicles while they drive along it on the island of Gotland, Sweden.
The UK has come out on top as the country with the biggest mass-market potential for connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) – but only if the Brexit roadblock is removed.
A collection of leading Chinese tech companies have partnered to test Didi Chuxing in China’s ride-hailing market.
GPU maker NVIDIA has created software for autonomous vehicles that adds an extra safety net to prevent collisions.
Ride-hailing company Lyft has announced an initial public offering in which 30.77 million shares will be sold between $62 and $68 per share.
Uber used a spyware application to lure drivers away from a rival competitor, effectively shutting the company out of the emerging ride-sharing market.
The US Secretary of Transport Elaine Chao has announced a new council aimed at bringing Hyperloop technology to the US.