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The Future of Transport: system interoperability and standards
The future of transport will maximise convenience for travellers while minimising the impact on the environment and on our roads. A new BSI report highlights the role of transport data in achieving this vision and lays out a roadmap to how this can be achieved.
Driving standards for autonomous vehicles with Project Endeavour
Project Endeavour is part-funded by the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV), delivered in partnership with Innovate UK. BSI is pleased to be part of Project Endeavour; this collaborative project will enable us to apply our expertise in Standards and Certification to help ensure and support the safe and secure trialling and development testing of automated and autonomous vehicles on our roads and on test tracks. We’re committed to working together with the team and industry to help accelerate innovation whilst ensuring safety.
Connected and autonomous vehicle development and safety
Connected and automated vehicle (CAVs) technologies present significant and potentially transformational opportunities – for society and the individual. It promises safer roads and less congestion, as well as greener and more accessible transport. Find out how standards are helping drive progress in connected and autonomous vehicle (CAVs) technology.
Composites, standards and the future in automotive manufacturing
The automotive industry is undergoing significant development work to develop new high-volume composite components. Find out which standards automotive manufacturers can use to drive innovation and bring advanced products to market, and why the UK needs to develop a standards strategy for the uptake of light-weight materials by the transport industry.
Reopening and rebuilding the automotive sector following COVID-19
There is no doubt that the Coronavirus pandemic, and consequently the unprecedented closure of manufacturing plants across the world, has had a far-reaching impact on the global automotive economy. As lockdown restrictions begin to be tentatively eased throughout May and June, assembly plants and supply chain manufacturers are starting to reopen and rebuild their operations across the globe.