Our autonomous vehicle is on the MOVE
Driverless cars will be part of our future and the University of Salford is gaining recognition for its real-world approach and focus on autonomous vehicles. MOVE 2020 is the world’s most talked about mobility event and the university’s very own NAVYA autonomous shuttle is taking centre stage on the NAVYA stand.
Mike Brown, Industry Collaboration Director at The University of Salford said: “We are building a strong partnership with NAVYA and other companies and delighted to be part of their presence at MOVE 2020. This event is attended by the world’s leading companies and disruptors in the autonomous vehicle industry. It’s an amazing opportunity for The University of Salford to raise awareness of the work we’re doing and how we are working in partnership with industry in the real-world deployment of this technology.”
Representing the university at MOVE 2020 will be Mike Brown, Dr Meisam Babaie and Dr Theo Theodoridis. The event takes place at ExCEL London 11-12 February and is expected to be attended by over 5,000 attendees with over 880 speakers and will be steamed over 15 channels,
To find out more about the exhibition where mobility Is re-imagined click here.
For more information on the university’s work on autonomous vehicles contact Mike Brown: M.J.Brown2@salford.ac.uk
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