Members of the MOVE_UK consortium highlighted the project in presentations and also the events panel session at the CWIC Starter: Mobility and Transport workshop organised by Cambridge Wireless. This event included presentations on the future shared use of self-driving, non-polluting vehicles that communicate with each other to improve safety and efficiency of their operation.
Key presentations included:
Bosch Connected World, which took place this year from 15-16th March is now one of Europe’s largest industry events for all things connected and autonomous; over 2000 people attended the event.
This year there was a huge focus on Connected & Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) technologies and Artificial Intelligence (AI), with speakers from Bosch, Amazon, Intel, NVidia, and Mobileye, to name just a few. The CEO of NVidia even announced a partnership with Bosch on developing a new AI enabled car computer to support level 4 autonomous driving.
MOVE_UK also got significant coverage at the event during a presentation given by Bosch’s Executive Vice President, Jumana Al-Sibai.
In addition, there was a Bosch booth dedicated to connected development, the basis for the MOVE_UK project. This included the first public demonstration of the web interface being used to analyse some of the early results from MOVE_UK. This demonstration was given by the MOVE_UK technical lead, Kia Hafezi.