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  1. 1. www.ktn-uk.org Matthew Moss Maritime Lead & (Temporary) CAV Lead Connected and Autonomous Vehicles Cohort Workshop 14th December 2021
  2. 2. Welcome and Housekeeping • Please keep yourself muted during the presentations. You will be able to unmute during the discussions • Please use the Chat box for networking during the event • We will be using Mentimeter to gather your feedback live during today’s event so please have another device ready to use. • For any technical issues, please contact Jess Dobbyne • Subtitles are available - please go to 'Live Transcript' on the Zoom toolbar and select 'Show subtitles' • The webinar will be recorded, and you will be sent the link, along with any other information, shortly after the webinar
  3. 3. Agenda
  4. 4. KTN exists to connect innovators with new partners and new opportunities beyond their existing thinking – accelerating ambitious ideas into real-world solutions.
  5. 5. Our Team 200 colleagues based across the UK, including 30 KTAs Offices in Edinburgh, London and Harwell
  6. 6. What KTN do - Growth Through Innovation Connecting Supporting Navigating Influencing Funding Awareness and dissemination Public and private finance Advice – project scope Advice – proposal mentoring Project - follow- up Promoting Industry needs Informing policy makers Informing strategy Communicating trends and market drivers Navigating the innovation support landscape Promoting coherent strategy and approach Engaging wider stakeholders Curation of innovation resources Finding valuable partners Project consortium building Supply Chain Knowledge Driving new connections Articulating challenges Finding creative solutions Intelligence on trends and markets Business Planning support Success stories / raising profile
  7. 7. December 21 CCAV Introductions & Overview
  8. 8. December 21 • Isobel Pastor – Head of CCAV – Welcome and Scene Setter • Jamie / Jenny – Head of Future Regs – Key Outcomes from the Law Commissions' of England, Wales and Scotland. • David Webb – Head of Innovation – Potential Areas of Focus post SR
  9. 9. December 21 State of the Nation Isobel Pastor – Head of CCAV
  10. 10. December 21 Legislation & Regulation Update Jamie Hodsdon
  11. 11. Key outputs of the Law Commission review New legal entities Ensuring liability can be responsibly relocated Authorised Self-Driving Entity (ASDE) Liable for performance of self-driving User-in-Charge (UiC) Occupant retaining non-driving task responsibilities, e.g. insurance Licensed Fleet Operator Responsible for vehicle with no user-in-charge New assurance process Enabling conclusion that liability can be transferred away from the occupant(s) Can the ASDE assume liability for when a vehicle is driving itself? Can the vehicle continue to drive itself safely throughout its life? In the event of an incident, what went wrong and why? What sanctions should be applied to the ASDE if something goes wrong? How is the UiC educated on use of the vehicle? New monitoring & enforcement process Enabling sanctions against ASDEs failing to meet expectations New incident investigation Improving learning and overall safety What lessons can be learnt to improve the assurance process? New regulatory framework on self-driving activity CCAV 11
  12. 12. December 21 Potential Use Cases of Interest David W
  13. 13. December 21 Private Land No public access Automated Vehicle deployments on Private Land as a potential early commercial use case. Utilising key AV technologies in (much more) controlled environments to deliver significantly / suitably constrained missions without requirements to meet Road Traffic Act (1988). Depot Operations – Moving vehicles around at the start and end of their operational duty Airside Operations – Moving people and / or goods Increased safety and efficiency.
  14. 14. December 21 Low Speed Logistics Public Spaces Small(er), slow(er) speed logistics operations as a first commercial deployment of CAM operating in public spaces. These smaller vehicles are designed to have zero human occupancy, utilising new and novel vehicle designs for optimum payload. Successful deployments in the US (Nuro) and announced public partnerships here in the UK highlight the opportunity. Low Speed Logistics have the opportunity to change how people consider local journeys (groceries) and how parcels could move in the last mile (or so). However, consideration must be given to potential impact on active travel and engagement with vulnerable road users.
  15. 15. December 21 Low Speed Passenger Public Spaces Low Speed Passenger services have been trialled across the UK (and globally) operating across almost all viable driving surfaces. Deployments will need to bring together parties to deliver long term, beneficial services that support the nine Future of Mobility Urban Strategy Principles. 1. ...must be safe and secure by design. 2. … benefits of innovation … must be available to all … 3. …active travel must remain the best option for short urban journeys 4. Mass transit must remain fundamental .... 5. …lead the transition to zero emissions. 6. …reduce congestion ... 7. …give the best deal to consumers. 8. …operate as part of an integrated transport system .... 9. Data … must be shared … to improve choice and … operation of the transport system.
  16. 16. December 21 (Human) Driver in the Loop Public Spaces Companies are looking to deploy automated bus services. These will typically maintain some aspect of a human operator on board, initially in the drivers seat (ala safety driver), potentially moving to be a roving “bus captain” in time, only returning to the drivers seat for specific tasks. Early deployment in this space will be in depot operations (private land) building confidence in systems and capabilities. Two CCAV funded projects will be deploying AV buses in the next 18 months (CAVFORTH, MultiCAV) both carrying passengers on UK roads. Is there an opportunity here to enhance the safety and efficiency of HGV movements, both in interurban and urban spaces? Other Companies exist…
  17. 17. December 21 Future of Mobility – Urban Strategy Nine Principles In facilitating innovation in urban mobility for freight, passengers and services, the Government’s approach will be underpinned as far as possible by the following Principles: 1. New modes of transport and new mobility services must be safe and secure by design. 2. The benefits of innovation in mobility must be available to all parts of the UK and all segments of society. 3. Walking, cycling and active travel must remain the best options for short urban journeys. 4. Mass transit must remain fundamental to an efficient transport system. 5. New mobility services must lead the transition to zero emissions. 6. Mobility innovation must help to reduce congestion through more efficient use of limited road space, for example through sharing rides, increasing occupancy or consolidating freight. 7. The marketplace for mobility must be open to stimulate innovation and give the best deal to consumers. 8. New mobility services must be designed to operate as part of an integrated transport system combining public, private and multiple modes for transport users. 9. Data from new mobility services must be shared where appropriate to improve choice and the operation of the transport system.
  18. 18. December 21 Supporting the CAM Supply Chain David W
  19. 19. December 21 Supply Chain Or is it a value chain? Supporting our interest in commercialisable deployments we are also considering how government intervention can solidify the UK CAM supply / value chain. We are working with ZENZIC to review past work in this space and would ask you to think about your own supply / value chains… • Who are your suppliers? Who do you supply? • What technologies are key parts of your supply chain? • Is your technology a key part of someone else’s supply chain? Why? • How do you think about readiness? • What do you need to capitalise on your technology / capability?
  20. 20. UK Connected & Automated Vehicles The government support programme Robert Vermeer Programme Manager – Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, Innovate UK robert.vermeer@innovateuk.ukri.org CCAV Cohort Workshop - 14th December 2021
  21. 21. Regulation, Law Commission work, Codes of Practice, CAVPASS Feasibility Studies, Collaborative R&D, Trials & Demonstrations CAV Testbed UK, New facilities, Zenzic Areas of focus for UK government
  22. 22. Collaborative R&D Competitions Challenge / Calls What Start Status Four Cities Trials 3 Projects Dec 2014 Complete CAV 1: 8 Collaborative R&D Projects, 13 Feasibility Studies Feb 2016 Complete CAV 2: 15 Collaborative R&D Projects, 12 Feasibility Studies Apr 2017 Complete CAV 3: 10 Collaborative R&D Projects, 12 Feasibility Studies Feb 2018 Mostly Complete CAV SIM: 6 Collaborative R&D Projects Jul 2018 Mostly Complete CAV 4: 3 Collaborative R&D Projects Nov 2018 1 Complete 2 to end of 2022 CAV: Cyber Security 6 Feasibility Studies Jan 2020 Complete CAV: Removing the safety driver 4 Collaborative R&D Projects June 2021 Ongoing Total > 90 projects at ~£150 M / 15 projects remaining including Cavforth/Servcity/MultiCav
  23. 23. Group of 6-8 experts scoping opportunities for UK businesses in specific countries and technology and sector areas. Three stages – • Mission week • Dissemination report • Dissemination workshop Cohort of c.15 innovative high growth businesses exploring opportunities and building collaborations and partnerships in specific countries and technology and sector areas. Programme over 9-12 months with 3 phases – • Get ready • Visit the market • Exploit the opportunity Cohort of c.6-8 innovative high growth businesses building long-term relationships and foundations for future market growth. In Canada, USA, Singapore and India in specific technology and sector areas. Programme over 12-18 months with 4 phases - Collaborative R&D&I grant funding programmes to support projects often up to 36 months in specific technology and sector areas Programmes can be bilateral or multilateral, such as through EUREKA funded by Innovate UK and through helping businesses Global Business Innovation Programmes (GBIP) Global Incubator Programmes Bilateral and multilateral R&D&I funding programmes and access to Horizon Europe Delivered by Delivered by Delivered by Delivered by Bring together in a workshop, UK businesses, research organisations and other stakeholders in specific technology and sector areas to help identify countries offering the best prospects for partnership and collaboration with the UK. The outputs of the workshop(s) will define GEM/GBIP Existing Global Tools Global Expert Missions (GEM) Global Scoping Workshops (GSW)
  24. 24. Events & Exploitation Support - 2022
  25. 25. • Go to https://www.menti.com and use the code 4955 4158 Menti Questions
  26. 26. • https://info.ktn-uk.org/p/2VFU-AIL/cav-cohort-questions-14th-december Breakout Discussions
  27. 27. Thank you

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