are In 2011 France and UK demonstrated their ambitions to become players in the global autonomous car race.
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Off-Road and Driverless in Oxford, UK
In Oxford, UK, a modified Bowler Wildcat vehicle, one of the most advanced autonomous vehicles in the world, is used by academics to continue research into vehicle autonomy and robotics thanks to a research partnership between BAE Systems and Oxford University. The Wildcat driverless vehicle has been the subject of over five years of research and development by scientists at BAE Systems Advanced Technology Centre at Filton in Bristol.
For more information about driverless car projects see also trend report 2011 and Global Robotics Brain.