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Inside Smart Mobility Living Lab: the London space creating our autonomous vehicle future

6 October 2020

Article from the Evening Standard.

The UK’s most advanced driverless cars testbed has opened its doors and is encouraging businesses and manufacturers working on the future of mobility to come down and learn from its research.

Based in Woolwich, the Smart Mobility Living Lab (SMLL) launched in 2018 as part of a collaboration between different partners in the mobility space, including the Transport Research Laboratory (TRL), Transport for London, Cisco, Zenzic and DG Cities, to explore the future of transport. The aim of the lab is to help businesses and public sector organisations make future mobility a safe and commercial reality, with a focus on autonomous vehicles and how they can change the world.

“What we’re doing here is helping to bring new things forward, and explore all these different things that can work together to give better lives,” TRL’s CEO Paul Campion tells the Standard.

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