Aurrigo wins European grant for Living Lab for Autonomous Public Transport Project

The Coventry-based autonomous vehicle technology solutions company Aurrigo has been awarded a €275,820 (approx £240,000) grant from the European Institute of Innovation and Technology for its participation in the Living Lab for Autonomous Public Transport Project. The project sees Aurrigo’s Auto-Shuttle autonomous passenger transport vehicle running in Prague, Brno and Milton Keynes, initially with a […]

Irish cities of Cork and Dublin among best European cities for air quality

Cork and Dublin are among the best European cities for air quality but still rank as only “fair”, as 90% of city residents across the EU are exposed to harmful levels of pollution. According to an analysis from the European Environment Agency (EEA), children are especially vulnerable to air pollution levels across Europe, despite advances in cleaning […]

New rules to improve road safety and enable fully driverless vehicles in the EU

The new Vehicle General Safety Regulation starts applying today. It introduces a range of mandatory advanced driver assistant systems to improve road safety and establishes the legal framework for the approval of automated and fully driverless vehicles in the EU. The new safety measures will help to better protect passengers, pedestrians and cyclists across the EU, expectedly […]

Intelligent Speed Assistance mandated on EU-sold cars next year

The European Union has announced that from next summer it’ll require all new cars to have technology fitted to stop people from speeding. It’s mandating that vehicles sold from May 2022 must have kit which uses GPS and cameras to determine whether a car is exceeding the speed limit, and then prompts the driver to […]


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