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MIRA welcomes company working on driverless car technology

MIRA welcomes company working on driverless car technology

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A global automotive technology company has moved to MIRA Technology Park after expanding its testing services to the UK.

Boston-based ClearMotion will soon be taking residency at the base on the A5, the leading automotive technology park and Enterprise Zone in the country.The firm creates predictive road-sensing technology and hopes to use MIRA’s skills, test, and development infrastructure to better access and expand its EU customer base.

ClearMotion’s proactive ride technology responds to road conditions instantaneously, mitigating vehicle movement across any type of terrain and improving the in-car experience for passengers and drivers.The technology signifies an important step in the move towards autonomous driving, enabling passengers to multitask while in-car.

Shakeel Avadhany, CEO and co-founder of ClearMotion, said: “It’s an incredible time to be in automotive tech as we see game-changing innovations coming to market faster than ever.As a lead innovator, we constantly look for ways to challenge ourselves and push the boundaries of what our technology can do. MIRA Technology Park gives us a world class place to do just that. Its extensive test facilities will be an important piece of the puzzle to building an unrivalled product for automakers".

Terry Spall, commercial director at MIRA Technology Park, added: “ClearMotion has an exciting future in the European and international markets and we look forward to seeing them bring their technology to the UK. Choosing to move to the Midlands, and to MIRA Technology Park, demonstrates how strong the region is performing in autonomous vehicle software and technology. This will only continue to grow as more businesses like ClearMotion utilise the skills and expertise the region has to offer".

 

 

 

 

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