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A look into HORIBA MIRA and Coventry University’s autonomous vehicle centre

As HORIBA MIRA celebrates three years since the launch of the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Automotive Research (CCAAR) partnership with Coventry University, SMART Highways reporter Emma Greedy spoke to Research & Future Transport Technologies Manager at MIRA, Anthony Baxendale. Global engineering consultancy HORIBA MIRA began a partnership with Coventry University in July 2016 to open the automotive research centre at the MIRA Technology Park in Nuneaton. CCAAR was created to provide an environment to simulate, test and evaluate the security and safety of Connected Autonomous Vehicles (CAV).

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