Warwick to develop intelligent vehicles

Written by: Tim Fryer | Published:

It has been announced that the National Automotive Innovation Centre (NAIC) currently being built at on the grounds of the Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG) will feature a multi-sensory virtual real-world environment.

The centre due to open in 2017 will enable intelligent vehicle systems to be developed that learn driver behaviour. The systems developed there will be optimised to enable drivers to reduce emissions and fuel consumption, assist monotonous tasks and react to potential hazards.

Experts will also research the cyber security of vehicles to ensure that increasingly computerised cars have the maximum resilience and protection against the possibility of cyber-attacks in the future.

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