INTRODUCTION Connected and autonomous vehicles have long been hailed as the answer to safe transport. Around 1.25 million people die in road traffic accidents worldwide each year according to E&T– and driver error accounts for over 90 per cent of those deaths. In theory, the removal of the driver as the lead decision maker for vehicle control should reduce this number, … [Read more...]
About the Author
Anthony Martin, EMC Chief Engineer, HORIBA MIRA, received his first degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering in 1997 followed by a PhD in Quantitative Data Validation from De Montfort University in 2000. He is a Chartered Engineer, the UK Principle Expert for the International Standards Organization (ISO), Road Vehicles, Electrical and Electronic Equipment committee and visiting senior research fellow at De Montfort University. Since graduation he has worked at HORIBA MIRA specialising in the Coordination of large/complex programmes with emphasis on managing requirements, assessing risks, reviewing supplier designs and test results with the aim of detecting and resolving EMC issues in a cost efficient and timely manner. This work has spanned all automotive and military sectors.