UK Connected Intelligent Transport Environment (UKCITE) is a project to create the most advanced environment for testing connected and autonomous vehicles. It involves equipping over 40 miles of urban roads, dual-carriageways and motorways with combinations of three ‘connected technologies’ and testing for a fourth, known as LTE-V. The project will establish how these technologies can improve journeys, reduce traffic congestion, provide entertainment and safety services through better connectivity.

The project is expected to take a total of 30 months and is made up of the following consortium members: Visteon Engineering Services Limited, Jaguar Land Rover Ltd, Coventry City Council, Coventry University, Highways England Company Ltd, HORIBA MIRA, Huawei Technologies (UK) Co Ltd, Siemens PLC, Vodafone Group Services Ltd and WMG at University of Warwick.


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