Potential for exploiting commercial value of smart driving innovation by Dutch and British digital pioneers worth thinking about.

There is a  focus on technological solutions to societal issues such as emissions, traffic jams and accidents. 

  •  real-time visual mapping sensor technology
  • computer vision algorithms for obstacle detection for automated vehicles and a 
  • fully electric lightweight racing car
  • data trends, simulations and mapping to influence the way technology is developed

EN will continue to work with the participants to assist them in the next stages of developing their products, new innovations and relationships with their Dutch counterparts. 

See  the announcement by the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV) - with Meridian Mobility and Innovate UK – that up to £30m is available for projects that help make the UK the most effective connected and autonomous vehicle development ecosystem in the world.Businesses and research organisations can apply into two competitions that support the testing of connected and autonomous vehicles and progress their development. The future of transport is moving ahead, at speed!