Motor industry driver training company CAT Driver Training has received recognition for their world first, independent Autonomous Safety Driver and Operator Training course. Following its recent accreditation, the course has now been shortlisted in the category of ‘Best Transportation as a Service (TaaS) Project’ as part of the TaaS Technology Awards.
Sukhi Bhadal, TaaS Technology Event Director said: “To recognise and highlight key industry achievements in advancing CAVs, EVs, Energy/Battery, Charging, Infrastructure and Future Mobility, the TaaS Technology team are proud to have launched its TaaS Awards programme.”
“With voting taking place online and presentations being made at the TaaS Technology Conference networking reception on the 9th July 2019, Birmingham, the awards will put the spotlight on innovation. The awards programme is dedicated to celebrating those driving the future mobility industry forward. The project category showcases the real-world implementations which are helping to make future mobility a reality.”
Colin Hoad, CAT Driver Training Chief Instructor, adds: “Our unique training programme was developed to bridge a gap we identified between the world of vehicle testing and the technology start-ups looking to put safety at the forefront of their CAV development. By combining industry level advanced driving and safety procedure we are able to support Autonomous projects with our unique Driving Intelligence. It is wonderful to have our work in this exciting niche recognised by being shortlisted for the award.”
To see who is shortlisted for all 7 categories and cast your vote visit https://taas.technology/awards/vote. Voting closes 21st June 2019.