driverless cars


Driverless cars on British roads by 2021

Fully self-driving cars without safety drivers could be on British roads by 2021, under new plans published by the Government. Read More

Autonomous vehicles on London streets by Christmas

The DRIVEN consortium, led by software provider Oxbotica, revealed that it is to start a pilot programme, mapping the streets of Hounslow before the end of the year, following successful trials in Oxford. Read More

Autonomous driver training course launched

A British company has launched the world’s first independent autonomous driver training course. Read More

Technology ‘fuels our lives’, says Safety Director

Karl Simons from Thames Water opened Safety & Health Expo 2018 with a technology debate, which went on to discuss how the likes of Virtual Reality and drones are shaping the future of health & safety. Read More

Would you trust an autonomous car to keep you safe?

If you grew up in the 1980s, then you may have watched a television series called Knightrider. If you grew Read More

Feature preview: Moving up a gear

In the August issue of SHP magazine, Steve Barraclough looks at the important role ergonomists and human factors specialists play Read More

Telematics vs driverless cars: why we should train drivers before automating fleets

By Steve Towe Driving is one of the most dangerous professions that anyone can undertake in the UK, putting employees Read More



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