Connected Vehicle Data, EVs and AVs
New podcast series from New Statesman and Wejo

In this partnered series, Wejo plus special guests explore all things connected vehicle data, and how this explosion of information can be harnessed for good as we race towards an EV and AV future.

We already know that connected vehicle data has the potential to revolutionize the way we live, work and travel. But more specifically, how can it be used to propel us towards an electric and autonomous future? In this three-part podcast special, we discuss all this and more, with New Statesman and an array of expert guests across the mobility spectrum.

New Statesman and Wejo: a podcast series

New Statesman is a progressive political and cultural magazine, leading the way for independent journalism in the UK, while producing an expanse of content and opinions from around the world. As a commentator on the most pressing current issues, it’s no surprise that they wanted to dig deeper into the potential of connected vehicle data, and the relationship it has with a number of industries.

To help lift the lid, we’ve teamed up with Spotlight, New Statesman’s policy supplement, for a special podcast series. Across three episodes, our Founder and CEO Richard Barlow sits down with Host and Editor of Spotlight, Alona Ferber. Joining them is a panel of experts, offering their unique take on connected vehicle data, electric cars, and the future of autonomy on our roads. Read more about each installment below.

Innovations to propel an autonomous future

Our Autonomous Vehicle Operating System (AV OS) platform is powered by historical and real-time data sourced from 13 million connected vehicles.

Wejo’s historical and real-time data provide Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) with the ability explore and develop their own autonomous vehicles. The insight provided from over 80 billion journeys instantly create a highly experienced autonomous driver that understands historical decisions made by vehicles, traffic patterns, and routes. Wejo smart mobility data also provides movements of vehicles in their immediate vicinity so the vehicle can make calculated instant decisions to maintain road safety and safe movements. 

Our AV-OS platform is channelled into our two developing autonomous vehicles:

Autonomous robotaxi and ride hailing vehicle​

Autonomous freight and delivery vehicle

These autonomous vehicles being tracked tested and will soon progress to “on the road” testing to showcase to OEMs that they can access powerful insights from Wejo to drive their own AV innovations.

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