07 juillet 2018

Global Survey of Autonomous Vehicle Regulations

Global Survey of Autonomous Vehicle Regulations Most people today realize it is only a matter of time before self-driving vehicles revolutionize our transportation and delivery systems. While breakthroughs in self-driving technologies have thus far come from a cluster of star companies such as Google Waymo, Ford, GM, and Tesla, the important role of lawmakers and local authorities in the research and development process cannot be overlooked. Without government permits, testing self-driving cars on public roads is almost... [Lire la suite]
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12 janvier 2018

EU Commission drives home merits of autonomous vehicles

EU Commission drives home merits of autonomous vehicles Can driverless cars chauffeur people to a love of the EU? The European Commission is betting it can. Christmas came early for automated driving enthusiasts this week. Convening a two-day summit in Brussels on the subject – the first of its kind – the European Commission promised a sack of goodies in the form of dedicated funding, regulatory changes, cross-border agreements and innovation stimulus. Driverless trucks could be a reality on European motorways within two years,... [Lire la suite]
14 juillet 2017

Germany approved a draft law allowing for autonomously-driving cars to be active on German streets

Germany approved a draft law allowing for autonomously-driving cars to be active on German streets GTAI has informed that Germany’s federal government has approved a draft law allowing for autonomously-driving cars to be active on German streets. Crucially within the law, responsibility for mishaps continued to rest firmly in the hands of the driver, but allows for the driver to hand control of his or her vehicle to the vehicle’s own control system in certain situations and for certain periods of time. The draft law also stipulates... [Lire la suite]
13 juillet 2017

The deployment of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems in Europe

The deployment of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems in Europe Road transport is an essential service in society, but the burden of traffic crashes and Pollution is immense. European data show that road accidents in the EU countries cause about 250,000 seriously injured people every year, with 28,000 fatalities in 2012 (Kearns & Kidd, 2013). US data in addition, illustrate that automobile crashes led to 34,080 fatalities in 2012 (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 2013), where about 90% of the cases were... [Lire la suite]