This week, a fleet of FiveAI cars hit the roads of London in a significant step towards the future of driverless cars in the capital and beyond.
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The electric vehicle industry presents many new challenges to the manufacturers of traditional petrol and diesel car parts due to the different performance characteristics of electric vehicles.
Uber settles with Waymo in dispute over driverless car technology.
The University of Portsmouth and the US National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) announced that they had engineered an improved enzyme capable of digesting and breaking down plastics.
The Royal Society has published a report of its “Internet of Things (IOT): Opportunities and Threats” conference held in October 2017.
Patents exist for inventions that solve real world problems, and the world is currently facing one of its biggest ever problems; plastic.
We are on the brink of a fourth industrial revolution, attributable in large part to the rapid expansion of the Internet of Things (IoT).
Ian Dowling reviews Toyota’s latest patent applications which appear to solve the age old annoyance of losing items in between the front seats of a car