£4.2 million CAPRI project will culminate in trials of an autonomous mobility service
at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, UK
3 May 2017, BRISTOL, UK – Tessolve (Test and Verification Solutions), a leading verification services provider for semiconductor IP, hardware and software, today announced that it is part of the consortium that has secured more than £4.2 million of funding from Innovate UK and the Centre for Connected & Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV).
The project will deliver a pilot scheme that could pave the way for the use
of connected and autonomous vehicles to move people around airports, hospitals, business parks, shopping and tourist centres.
Mike Bartley, CEO and Founder said, “Our experience in safety and security verification will help enable the project to deliver technical solutions for CAVs that provide real-world benefits to users while making sure they operate reliably, safely and securely.”
The pilot project, includes the design, development and testing of new autonomous and connected Pods on-Demand (PODs), culminating in on-road public trials at London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.