The VeriCAV project will develop an integrated platform to allow Automated Driving Systems (ADS) to be tested in simulation.

As Connected and Autonomous Vehicles technology becomes increasingly sophisticated (and the UK more prepared for driverless cars on public roads), the industry needs to explore ways to ensure autonomous vehicles operate safely. However, safety evaluation is laborious and complex, and real-world testing can be impractical and incomplete – simulation gets around these problems and opens the doors to evaluating multi-layered and uncommon situations.

Delivered by a world-class consortium of industry and academic experts, and starting in November 2018, VeriCAV is a 2-year project that will open the door to evaluating complex and uncommon CAV situations in a simulated environment.

Consortium Members

Horiba MIRA
Transport Systems Catapult
SAIC Motor UK Technical Centre
Latent Logic
University of Leeds