Self-driving car

5G, or fifth generation wireless technology, is considered the next game-changing innovation. Increasing internet speeds up to 100 times faster than 4G, and with close to zero latency, this new wireless network would transform the way we use media, driverless cars, communications, and much more. Internationally, large telecoms companies are in a race to develop the technology and build the infrastructure needed to carry the 5G signal. The UK government announced it would use some of the technology developed by China’s Huawei, a move which has caused national security concern over exposure to the Chinese government on the communication systems.
Experts warn automated vehicles could also provide cover for drug dealing and terrorism.
The decision by Sir James Dyson to invest £2.5 billion in the development of a 'radically different' electric car has been scoffed at by some industry experts, but could his vision become a reality?
A curious thought experiment has made a lot of people nervous about the possibility of travelling in self-driving cars. More
Nissan is set to launch a new range of cars without mechanical steering. Instead it will use steer-by-wire systems, in which