The government does not fully understand the risk posed to driverless cars by hackers, Parliament heard.
The technology in your car is accelerating at an incredible pace. Can insurers stay in the fast lane and get the most out of the changes?
With 40% of vehicles set to be fitted with ADAS systems by 2020, the maintenance and calibration of these systems is a cause for concern for insurers
Insurance revenues are being driven down by advances in technology that will disrupt the industry and change the ways in which customers choose their premiums.
Tesla will fit the hardware needed for full self-driving capability into all new vehicles it produces, including the Tesla Model 3.
Live updates from the ABI Motor Conference.
National newspapers ran a story recently on autonomous driving based on research from the University of Michigan. The academics claimed that British drivers would trust autonomous vehicles less than drivers from other countries.
The UK motor insurance market could see a 75% drop in premiums by the year 2040, falling from the current £18.5bn a year to just £4.6bn.
The successful hack of a Tesla driverless car has raised potential insurance implications that will need to be addressed by UK legislators, experts have warned.
Voice recognition and video interfacing could be the two next best things in insurtech and could help to increase customer engagement in the insurance market place.
The House of Lords Science and Technology Committee is to conduct an inquiry into future uses of autonomous vehicles in the UK.
Telematics providers must make sure the data generated by autonomous cars comes in a format that insurers can use.
Insurers should have a right to recover claim costs when a mechanical or software defect within a driverless car causes a crash, the Association of British Insurers has said.
Customers and brokers should have immediate and unrestricted access to all data from autonomous vehicle manufacturers in the event of a crash, the British Insurance Brokers' Association has said.
Can insurers keep up with the pace of change powered by Advanced Driver Assistance Systems – especially when it comes to repairs? Post, in association with Autoglass, hosted an industry roundtable to find out
It has now been 11 years since a team from Stamford University won a $2m (£1.5m) prize for developing ‘Stanley’, a fully self-driving car.
US software company Nutonomy is offering free rides in six 'driverless' taxis in Singapore from today.
Insurers could face becoming "irrelevant" in the age of driverless cars according to a survey of drivers.
Global motor giant Ford is looking to build a mass produced fully driverless car for ride-sharing by 2021.
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