ServCity is taking an integrated approach to solving the numerous challenges around implementing autonomous vehicles in our cities.
Deploying these new mobility services cannot work if they are introduced in silos. There are too many dependencies and factors outside of service providers’ field of vision to work independently.
That’s why autonomous mobility services need to be looked at in a joined-up way.
And while we are bold and ambitious in our thinking, for us, it’s not about visions of a future far away. It’s about the here and the now. We’re taking a practical, pragmatic approach, so that urban policy makers and authorities can start to really advance their future mobility strategies.
Deploying cutting-edge technologies and next generation autonomy to overcome the complexities of automated driving in busy cities.Read more...
How we create a user experience that puts people at the centre of consideration.Read more...
Working out how to scale autonomous mobility services, identifying the most economically and technically viable areas of operation.Read more...
The safety of the public and our safety drivers is of paramount importance during the trials for ServCity. The chart shows how safety is being managed and the Safety Case is being administered.
Our aim is to create a blueprint – a set of insights and guidelines – for how autonomous mobility services can become an everyday experience in our cities, for everyone. Our research findings will help provide practical guidance for policymakers, budget holders, transport providers, technology providers – and anyone with a role to play in future mobility.
The first piece of published insights is from work done by the University of Nottingham Human Factors Research Group on Personas & Scenarios - developed in order to communicate the potential needs of end-users of an autonomous mobility service.Get in Touch