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UK rollout of connected and automated mobility (CAM) technology poised to deliver annual economic benefit as high as £66 billion by 2040, major new report shows.
Tech could help save 3,900 lives and prevent 60,000 serious accidents – while adding 342,000 additional jobs, with 12,250 directly in automotive manufacturing by 2040.
British public to benefit from potentially lower insurance premiums, less stressful commutes and greater freedom for those with restricted mobility, while businesses could move goods and perform industrial processes more efficiently.

UK’s unique low volume and specialist vehicle sector is world’s most diverse according to new report.
Companies nationwide make everything from 250mph hypercars to wheelchair accessible taxis.
Sector turns over some £4bn annually and employs more than 15,000 people in highly-skilled, well paid roles.
Industry calls for government to support specific needs of these manufacturers on Road to Zero.

SMMT assembles leading automotive brands and innovative start-ups for its annual Future Mobility Challenge to encourage collaboration with and within the sector. Over 40 companies from nine different countries are pitching for opportunities including mentoring, ideas incubation and investment, piloting,

UK world’s number one location for mass-market potential of connected and autonomous vehicles, with £62bn annual economic opportunity by 2030, finds new report. Massive safety benefits as driver assistance and self-driving tech could prevent 47,000 serious accidents and save 3,900 lives over next decade. Lifestyle boost for commuters as greater productivity and faster journeys give drivers back full working week every year.

Editor: John Joe Chiasson, Territory Sales Executive for Automotive with DXC Technology Author: Steve Nesbitt, Chief Programme Engineer with The Manufacturing Technology Centre Author: Phil Mullis, Chief Technologist for Manufacturing with DXC Technology Author: Bruce Sneddon, Lead Consultant for Manufacturing

Article written by Munish Sharma who is heading Customer Experience Management (CEM) value engine of the Innovation and Transformation Group at TCS UK & Ireland. He has over 17 years of automotive industry experience focusing on digital transformation of manufacturing industry. Introduction

Article written by igus. Introduction In recent years, cable management has come into the limelight because even though robots have become more complex, machine reliability has increased dramatically. Unfortunately, the methods used to attach and guide cables and hoses on

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