Join SEMLEP on 26th November as they explore how driverless technology, education and training and strategic collaborations are key to addressing transport sector challenges.
Over recent years, the global demand for transporting people and goods has increased significantly, opening up new opportunities and substantial challenges. New service offerings are being developed, with new characteristics requiring innovations in all areas of the transport system.
This event, at Cranfield University from 6.30pm to 9pm, aims to facilitate the smarter, greener and more efficient movement of people and goods around the world.
Driverless cars used to be confined to the realm of science fiction, but now they are coming to a road near you. From reducing the number of accidents, to improving emissions compliance and easing congestion, the driverless revolution has begun with trials in UK locations. The UK’s first driverless car, which has been designed to help commuters, shoppers, and the elderly travel short journeys will be introduced in Milton Keynes.
To register visit www.semlep.com