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This report explores some of the unintended consequences of the design and introduction of connected and autonomous vehicles.
A practical guide to assist local authorities in planning, specifying and procuring future transport systems.
This IET report highlights the benefits and potential of autonomous vehicles and uses evidence from four modes of autonomy, road, rail, sea and air, to show the value of sharing best practice.
Following research carried out at Newcastle University, The IET and ITS UK have produced a joint report on the huge potential technology has in helping the elderly and disabled use transport.
This factfile examines what can be done at less cost with the UK road network to achieve transport policy objectives such as reducing congestion, accidents and emissions
This briefing sets some of the key issues surrounding the electric vehicles (EVs) debate and puts them in context.
This factfile examines the issues behind transport policy and technology and their unintended consequences on various aspects of the transport system as a whole.
This factfile provides an overview of road user charging, which describes any process that associates a cost with using a length of road, such as tolling and congestion charging.
An IET/KTN Thought Leadership Review of risk perspectives for connected vehicles.
A thought leadership review of how the UK can achieve a fully autonomous future.
A IET insight on autonomous vehicles from a road transport perspective.
A IET case study on the new British Antarctic Survey vessel the RSS Sir David Attenborough..
A IET case study on the development of the California high speed rail network..
This Insight explores big data management, best practice and considers the challenges and developments ahead for those responsible for big data in a transport environment.
The cost and business benefits of a project such as HS2 are clearly influenced by how well it is designed, built and delivers what is expected.
This IET Transport Sector Case Study is based on the key themes and presentations tabled at an inaugural event promoting technical engineering aspects of HS2.
A IET case study into the future rollout of low carbon vehicles (LCVs) in the UK.
A IET case study on the global challenges in martime security..
A IET case study looking at how Network Rail electrified the service between Glasgow Central and Paisley Canal in the most cost effective way..
A IET case study looking at how the Rolls Royce approach to developing a more electric aircraft engine..
A IET case study on security and risk within transport systems and infrastructure.
A IET case study on how new cities can provide innovation opportunities for sustainable energy, transport and built environment.
A IET case study on unmanned aircraft (UAVs) detailing their with their benefits but also the considerable technical, ethical and legal issues that surround their usage.