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31 10 2017 02

A future driverless transport technology will be on display at the UK Pavilion at this week’s ITS World Congress in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, with a showcase of the country’s leading role in the development and integration of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs).
Visitors to the UK Pavilion will be able to see and experience demonstrations of self-driving vehicles from pioneering UK-based companies RDM and Westfield, which are currently live-testing their autonomous shuttles and pods in Milton Keynes and London.

In addition, Immense Simulations, Nicander and the Satellite Applications Catapult will demonstrate their autonomous fleet management systems, intelligent mobility (IM) software, and use of satellites to tackle transport challenges.

The Pavilion will highlight the UK government’s £200m (US$265m) investment in CAV technology, its open regulatory framework, and the nation’s depth of expertise. They will also discuss how organizations around the world can develop their own leading-edge technology in the UK.

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