Autonomous vehicles are six times safer and twice as likely to detect a collision risk

London, UK. 23 May 2022 – Autonomous vehicles (AV) trained using extreme one-in-a-million accident data and ‘near-miss’ scenarios can achieve a six-fold improvement on the detection of a collision risk posed by other road users compared to vehicles being trained using traditional approaches. That’s the finding of D-RISK, a co-innovation project part funded by the

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Can the public be convinced that safety is at the heart of regulatory frameworks?

Cruise, the driverless car maker, and GM have filed for a commercial licence in America. But like so many highway agencies, the UK’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration faces a dilemma; namely, can the public be convinced that safety is at the fore front of regulatory frameworks? Here, Rav Babbra, business development manager at drisk.ai

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