Health and Safety
A self-driving truck will the first autonomous vehicle to be tested on US highways according to a new announcement by Royal Truck & Equipment.
A group of US automakers are trying to establish a defence against potential car hackers through a business alliance.
Toyota Motor Corp has announced it is testing alternative manufacturers to Takata Corp for air-bag inflators, following industry-wide recalls of more than 30 million inflator units.
A company has been fined following the death of a worker who became trapped in unguarded machinery at a Devon paper mill
Chair of Trustees of the British Safety Council, Lynda Armstrong OBE has announced the appointment of Mike Robinson as the new chief executive of the British Safety Council.
A massive explosion which ripped through a shipyard in the Chinese port city of Tianjin is likely to cause significant disruption to regional shipping.
Harley-Davidson debuted their electric prototype in Canada and guests were allowed to test ride the motorcycle, which can hit 0-60mph (96.5km/h) in just four seconds.
An investigation is underway into the threat of hacking into US car radios in the wake of Fiat Chrysler recall.
Fiat Chrysler is set to pay a record $105m fine as a penalty for violating federal safety laws after mishandling a series of vehicle safety recalls.
More than 1,000 leading scientists, business people and robotics researchers have signed an open letter warning against the dangers of autonomous weapons, saying artificial intelligence could prompt a “third revolution in warfare, after gunpowder and nuclear arms”.