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Construction Technologies That Will Change How Roads Are Built

Posted on 15th September 2018 – Car Technology

When we think about the technologies that have changed how we drive, often come to mind electric cars and autonomous vehicles. There are, however, very exciting innovations in architecture, engineering and construction that will revolutionise how we get from A to B. Here are some highlights.

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Uber Self-Driving Car Kills Pedestrian

Posted on 1st May 2018 – Car Technology

Every new technology comes with teething pains, and driverless vehicles have suffered them too with occasional crashes that resulted in material damage, but, recently, an Uber autonomous car has made the headline for something much more serious which could question the whole future of the technology as it killed a woman crossing a road in Arizona, USA.

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Are Today’s Cars Safer?

Posted on 15th April 2018 – Car Technology

All the literature you will find is unanimous: today’s cars are much safer than they were two decades ago. To prove this point, NCAP, the Euro New Car Assessment Programme in Europe, produced a video in 2017 to ‘celebrate’ its 20 years’ existence, by crashing a car from 1997 and one from 2017 and analysing the results. But are they, really?

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Flying Cars on Our Streets Within a Decade

Posted on 31st March 2018 – Car Technology

Flying cars may well sound like science fiction to us now, but with the advances in technologies required to make it happen – drones, vehicle autonomy and AI - they may become a reality sooner than we think.

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Man vs Machine: Self-Driving Cars Attacked by Californians

Posted on 15th March 2018 – Car Technology

Autonomous cars have been in the spotlight for a while. They dangle in front of us the dream of an era where human error and rule breaking have been eliminated from driving. However, they have also incurred the wrath of some people.

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Increased measures - Takata airbag recall.. Read more.