New technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) present a real opportunity for the Government and DVSA to work smarter, to improve services and make roads safer. Head of Vehicle Engineering, Neil Barlow explains how we've used AI to better target fraudulent MOT testers.
Neil is Head of MOT Policy and the MOT Service Manager at DVSA. He's responsible for the service that records MOT test results.
Neil Barlow, MOT Service Manager, explains how we've been making MOT data more open - from making it easier to check a vehicle's history online, to creating an API for businesses.
Our MOT reminder service has just passed its beta service assessment and we’ve had more than 200,000 users sign up for a reminder already.
The MOT testing service was highly commended in the 'best use of cloud services' category at the UKIT Awards held in London on 17 November 2016.
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