Headline sponsor - CCAV
The Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles keeps the UK at the forefront in the development of connected vehicles.
Funding World-leading Research & Development
£100m Government investment in ground-breaking collaborative R&D projects.
World-leading Testing facilities
£100m Government investment in new and enhanced infrastructure for testing.
World-leading regulatory framework
Creating a country that is ready we have a world -leading Code of Practice which enables testing now in the UK. No bonds, no permits. Our code of practice for testing makes it easy to safely develop and test in the UK. As new products come to market, we’ll be ready to permit their safe and legal use.
World-leading approach to security
Our holistic approach to securing the CAV ecosystem is the only way to protect against cyber threats, build consumer confidence and ensure resilience. We are leading and influencing the debate at the global level.
Institute of the Motor Industry
IMI is the professional body for individuals working in the motor industry, and the authoritative voice of the sector.
IMI is transforming the automotive industry by setting, upholding and promoting professional standards - driving skills acquisition, establishing clearer career paths, and boosting public confidence.
IMI’s online Professional Register is here to make sure consumers are in skilled, competent and trustworthy hands.
SimuQuest is the leading provider of a new class of tools that enable agile model-based development of vehicle control systems and software. Easy-to-use tools with centralized management to support global collaboration and real-time validation to ensure error free integration.
What does this mean? A competitive advantage. Easily embrace change. Rapid development. Real-time elimination of errors in architecture, interfaces and data greatly eases the effort to comply with standards such as ISO 26262.
Media partner - The Register
Starting out in London in 1994 as an occasional email newsletter, The Register began publishing online daily in 1998. Today The Register is headquartered in London, San Francisco and Sydney and the sun never sets on its reporting team around the world.
Many Register readers are technology professionals but it’s also read by technology enthusiasts, shed boffins, policy wonks and science fans around the globe. They cover hardware, software, AI, tech services and more, but The Register is also known for its "off-duty" articles, on science, tech culture, planes, trains, bridges and other feats of engineering.
They also carry cult columnists such as the fiendish sysadmin BOFH, programming goddess Verity Stob and Something for the Weekend's Alistair Dabbs.
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