At Traffic Technology International magazine we are launching a new event bringing together all the key players involved in creating the right infrastructure in the UK for CAV to become a reality. The conference will explore the coordination of activities across the UK to enable the roll-out of interoperable connected services, covering also the funding, legal and insurance perspectives.
There is an industry need to pull data and insights together and increase knowledge-sharing across the connected vehicle sector. The conference will do exactly this, creating a clear industry vision and unlocking both road safety and economic benefits.
In the run up to the main symposium there will be a series of trailer evens to give you a flavour of what will be covered at the event. In this first mini-event we interview the new Head if the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, Isobel Pastor.
What is Government's outlook on the benefits of connected and automated mobility in the UK?
How is Government building a comprehensive regulatory and safety assurance framework?
What will Government's approach to CAM look like over the coming years?
Head, Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAV)
Isobel Pastor, Head of the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles in the UK. Isobel has recently joined as head of the centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles. Previouslt, she has held several roles in the UK's Department for Transport...