UK driverless car projects awarded £20m in government funding

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UK driverless car projects awarded £20m in government funding

Eight UK driverless car projects to research communication between vehicles and infrastructure

Eight new UK driverless car projects have been awarded a total of £20m in government funding. The projects will include work to "research and develop enhanced communication between vehicles and roadside...

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