By 2030, the government of the United Kingdom intends to invest a large sum of up to £150 million in order to improve the country's capacity for self-driving technology. The development of Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) is the focus of a large amount of this investment, which is expected to have a substantial impact on the nation's horticulture and agricultural sectors.

The government's Advanced Manufacturing Plan, which aims to boost the manufacturing industry, make it easier to enter new markets, and simplify corporate procedures, heavily relies on this expenditure.

The UK's Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV) is at the forefront of international efforts in the research, development, and production of autonomous driving thanks to the government's commitment to CAM and industry support.