DRIVEN: Insuring, Ensuring and Exporting Fleet Wide Level 4 Connected Autonomy

Lead Participant: Oxbotica Limited

Abstract

DRIVEN aims to remove fundamental barriers to real-world commercial deployment of autonomous vehicles, by addressing the need for real-time risk assessment frameworks to authorise engagement of Level 4 autonomous driving sessions and provide pro-active connected insurance. This integration of risk and dynamic authorisation into a L4 autonomous vehicle control system is transformative, underpinned by distributed data sharing, learning and connected real-time risk management to optimise overall autonomous fleet safety and operation. To realise these developments, Oxbotica, a market leader in the deployment of real-world autonomy solutions in the UK, will lead a consortium including Oxford Robotics Institute, XL Catlin, Nominet, Telefonica, Transport Research Laboratory, RACE, Oxfordshire County Council and Westbourne Communications. The ambitious trials programme culminates in 6 co-operative L4 CAVs performing mixed urban and motorway driving routes in a live-traffic environment between Oxford and London. DRIVEN demonstrates autonomy as a viable service, unlocking new service models that enable widespread autonomy for UK plc and accelerate market implementation in UK and globally.

Lead Participant

Project Cost

Grant Offer

Oxbotica Limited, OXFORD £6,972,251 £ 4,854,859
 

Participant

Xl Catlin Services Se, London £1,887,228 £ 943,614
University of Oxford, United Kingdom £460,287 £ 460,287
Oxfordshire County Council, Oxford £570,599 £ 570,599
Telef√≥nica UK Limited, BERKSHIRE £363,641 £ 181,821
Transport Trading Limited, London £148,610 £ 148,610
TRL Limited, Wokingham £426,120 £ 426,120
United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) £485,806 £ 485,806
Nominet Uk, OXFORD £963,229 £ 481,615
Westbourne Comms Company Ltd, LONDON £65,906 £ 46,137

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