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(video) Aurrigo powers autonomous vehicles in Cambridge with Distributed Edge Computing.

Driver behaviour is a major contribution to accidents on our roads, and technology is being used in many ways to reduce this. We already rely on the connected car to assist with many aspects of our driving, and the next step towards safer and less congested roads is just around the corner: fully autonomous vehicles. From public transport to private cars, big steps forward in connectivity means developments in driverless transport are moving fast.

Autonomous vehicles are changing the way people and cargo are transported. And Aurrigo is at the forefront of the design and manufacture of a range of driverless vehicles – from autonomous airport baggage dollies to shuttles and driverless pods – designed to meet a rising demand from across the world.

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