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09 04 2018 02

The team behind the UK’s groundbreaking GATEway (Greenwich Automated Transport Environment) Project has presented summary findings from its three-year research program, which was the first of its kind to explore the public’s hopes, fears and attitudes towards autonomous vehicles.

Early results from research consultancy Commonplace’s ‘sentiment mapping’, a heat map capturing the public’s comments, indicates broad support (78%) for the idea of driverless vehicles on urban streets, provided they are safe and resistant to cyberattack. The public were invited to test prototype vehicles and services through a number of research streams: simulation trials; observations of pedestrian behavioral interactions with driverless vehicles; automated grocery delivery trials; and a public shuttle service that offered a hop-on/hop-off service at London’s Greenwich Peninsula.

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