Survey about driverless vehicles

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Disabled people are being asked to contribute to a survey about Driverless Vehicles being undertaken by UCL Post-Grad Ross Williams.  Ross is a masters student at University College London in Transport & City Planning.

As part of his research, he is looking to expand the understanding of and influence how driverless vehicles can be of benefit to disabled users.   Many industry and media reports suggest driverless vehicles will benefit disabled users. However, little detail is given on how it will be of benefit and importantly what disabled users want and need with a driverless transport offering.

Survey about driverless vehicles

The survey that has been designed is only concerned with fully autonomous / driverless vehicles (i.e. vehicles which require no driver and are capable of completing all driving functions everywhere and all the time without human intervention) and should take no more than 10 minutes to complete.

You can join in the survey by clicking here.

A wheelchair user for 20 years, Dominic looks at how a wheelchair works for its user base, not the brochure. Dominic is our lead editor.

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