Automakers are no strangers to active safety systems, with various electronic devices already able to regulate throttle, braking, steering and suspension to ensure traction and stability while driving. The next stage of active safety is well underway,

The modern vehicle is becoming increasingly intelligent, and not just in terms of connectivity or electrification. Practically every new model driven off the forecourt has some form of advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) installed. That these technologies

Passenger cars receive outsized attention when discussing a future free from fossil fuel. And whilst personal vehicles are undeniably an important step toward the mass adoption of electric vehicles (EVs), it will be fleets that ultimately lead