Connected and Automated Mobility APPG

First Registered: 10/03/2021 • Last updated on: 06/10/2021

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To identify the next steps towards ensuring the UK is a world leader in Connected and Automated Mobility, focusing on investment, regulation, consumer education, data and cyber security, and to promote and support driverless technologies and their safe deployment on UK roads.

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Recent Documents related to Connected and Automated Mobility

1. Connected and Automated Vehicles in the UK: 2020 information booklet
26/10/2020 - Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
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Found: CONNECTED AND AUTOMATED VEHICLES INNOVATION INNOVATION IS GREAT great.gov.uk UK CAV timeline 2014

2. Future of transport: deliberative research
25/08/2021 - Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
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Found: the attitudes people have towards new forms of mobility and how to change those attitudes and behaviours

3. Future of transport: deliberative research
25/08/2021 - Department for Transport
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Found: the attitudes people have towards new forms of mobility and how to change those attitudes and behaviours

4. Government moves forward on advanced trials for self-driving vehicles
06/02/2019 - Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
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Found: being developed to support advanced trials of automated vehicles. Published 6 February 2019

5. New cyber security standard for self-driving vehicles
19/12/2018 - Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
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Found: Department for Transport, Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles , and The Rt Hon Jesse

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Recent Speeches related to Connected and Automated Mobility

1. Driverless Cars
26/05/2021 - Westminster Hall

1: and has been for years and years, to develop connected and autonomous road vehicles, or CAV, as I will - Speech Link
2: intelligence, driverless cars, automated connected communications and mobility solutions, but there is always - Speech Link
3: those polled who had personal mobility issues feel that their mobility is restricted and 48% said that - Speech Link

2. Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (Science and Technology Report)
20/12/2017 - Lords Chamber

1: Report from the Science and Technology Committee, Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: The future? (2nd Report - Speech Link
2: profound, and no more so than in the field of connected and autonomous vehicles—which I shall refer to - Speech Link
3: its application on the surface will be in the automated control of shuttle vehicles or public transport - Speech Link

3. Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill
20/02/2018 - Lords Chamber

1: year, automated and electric vehicle technology forms an important part of the “future of mobility” grand - Speech Link

4. Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill (First sitting)
31/10/2017 - Public Bill Committees

1: Iwan Parry: I am Iwan Parry, the head of connected and autonomous vehicles at TRL, the Transport - Speech Link
2: open to any of the witnesses to answer. When automated vehicles and conventional vehicles share our roads - Speech Link
3: list of vehicles that would be approved as an automated vehicle, and potentially part of qualifying for - Speech Link

5. Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill
20/02/2018 - Lords Chamber

1: put the UK at the forefront of the revolution in mobility that we are witnessing on a global scale.The - Speech Link
2: already, cars with cruise control and cars with automated emergency braking. In my view, they could all - Speech Link
3: accidents are in some way due to human error, and automated vehicles have a huge potential to radically improve - Speech Link

Latest Speeches
Recent Questions related to Connected and Automated Mobility
1. Mobility
asked by: David Linden
04/03/2021
... published on 17 November 2020.

2. Gambling: Automated Credit Transfer
asked by: Carolyn Harris
15/06/2021
... whether he has made an assessment of the potential effect of new bank transfer based payment methods offered by gambling providers on the efficacy of gambling transaction blocks as a tool to support people struggling with gambling harms.

3. Automated Credit Transfer: Fraud
asked by: Peter Grant
31/10/2019
... what steps his Department is taking to support people experiencing bank transfer fraud.

4. Shared Services Connected
asked by: Jon Trickett
23/11/2017
... HR and payroll services to Shared Services Connected Ltd.

5. Social Mobility
asked by: Andrew Griffith
04/12/2020
... what steps he is taking to promote social and economic mobility throughout the UK.

Latest Questions
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7 Current APPG Officers
Lord Borwick Portrait
Lord Borwick
Officer
Conservative - Excepted Hereditary
Joined: 10th March 2021
No other APPG Memberships
Baroness Randerson Portrait
Baroness Randerson
Officer
Liberal Democrat - Life peer
Joined: 10th March 2021
Contact Details

Registered Contact:

Ben Everitt MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 0207 219 5898.

Email: ben.everitt.mp@parliament.uk

Public Enquiry Point:

Lizzy Tomlin, Cicero/AMO, Three Pancras Square, Kings Cross, London N1C 4AG. Tel: 020 7947 5320

Email: appgcam@cicero-group.com

Secretariat:

Cicero/Amo acts as the group's secretariat. https://cicero-group.com/

Group's Website:

https://appgcam.org.uk/

Benefits in Kind
Date
27 Jan 2021
Source
Cicero/AMO
Description
Cicero/AMO is paid by AXA UK and Burges Salmon to act as the group's secretariat   From : 27/01/2021 To : 26/01/2022
Value
£10,501

No direct financial benefits are on record for the Connected and Automated Mobility APPG