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23 04 2018 01

The UK’s Driven research project consortium has given the first public demonstration of the capabilities of its fleet of autonomous vehicles (AVs) to interact and ‘talk’ to each other using vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communications technology.

At the UK Atomic Energy Authority’s RACE business unit site at the Culham Science Center in Oxfordshire, the Driven project team set two of its vehicles, a white and blue 2014 Ford Fusion Titanium hybrid and a 2017 Ford Mondeo hybrid, on the roads to demonstrate the latest milestone in the program.

Using their array of lidar sensors, onboard computers and cameras, as well as Oxbotica’s Selenium autonomy and Caesium fleet tracking software, the cars were able to navigate the site autonomously, encountering pedestrians, cyclists and other traffic while communicating positional and other data to each other.

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