A first-of-its-kind study taking place at Cranfield University will attempt to develop a mathematical model for motion sickness that will help stop people becoming ill when travelling in autonomous vehicles.
Medical studies shows that, due to the way in which the human brain works, motion sickness will be more of a widespread issue in self-driving vehicles than it currently is for drivers and passengers in conventional, self-powered vehicles.Read More
Cranfield announced as one of three preferred locations for relocation Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group
Early-stage discussions about potential development on the Cranfield Air ParkMarshall of Cambridge...Read More
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BAE Systems have sponsored a multi-university competition at Cranfield Airport. It brought together four teams of university students in a game of offence and defence using unmanned air vehicles (UAVs).
The teams from Cranfield University, University of Manchester and University of Strathclyde were challenged to develop the most effective solution to take control of unauthorised UAVs in a restricted area, known as a ‘swarm attack’.Read More
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