Do we really want driverless cars?

By |februar 14th, 2019|automated cars, automated driving, autonomous vehicles, driverless cars, News, pedestrian safety, Road safety|

Without a doubt, fully automated cars are coming to a road near you – and soon. But if the mesmerized governments and technocrats don’t pause to address the concerns of the man and woman on the street, they may find themselves facing social upheaval on a massive scale, writes Jonathan Gornall.

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European drivers may be wary of cars that stop them from speeding

By |februar 11th, 2019|automated cars, automated driving, Automotive Industry, driving restrictions, News, road transport|

Fully automated driving may be years away, but a new EU law being debated by legislators would mandate some semi-autonomous features in new cars, such as intelligent speed assistance. And the auto industry is worried about driver backlash.

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MEPs stake claim for the copyright of data in autonomous vehicles   

By |oktober 11th, 2018|automated cars, automated driving, Automated vehicles, copyright, Copyright bill, copyright reform, data protection, legal affairs, News|

MEPs sitting in the European Parliament's Legal Affairs committee voted down an important clause in a draft opinion on Tuesday (10 October), backing the notion that data capture during the operation of autonomous vehicles should be subject to copyright...

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EC should not rush connected car proposals

By |september 17th, 2018|automated cars, DG Move, EU, News|

DG MOVE has a very important decision to make this autumn. Under its own timetable, it is due to release fast-track proposals to define the technical solutions connected cars will be bound by for years to come.

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Connected cars – Driving SME competition through direct data access

By |februar 21st, 2018|automated cars, Automotive Industry, digitalisation, European Parliament, News, transport committee|

Digital devices have already transformed the way of life. Now, with automated transport on the horizon, will it be possible to sustain a vibrant landscape of competitive automotive SMEs in Europe in the future? Sylvia Gotzen provides an insight.

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Digital transport has huge potential but needs clear framework, standards

By |oktober 19th, 2017|automated cars, automated driving, data protection, Digital Single Market, European Parliament, News|

Digitalisation of transport is going to transform Europe's industry, but the political framework needs to put in place common standards and regulate the free flow of data, as well as its management and privacy, industry and EU officials said this week.

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MEP: EU needs common standards for digital transport, data management

By |oktober 18th, 2017|automated cars, automated driving, data protection, Digital Single Market, European Parliament, News|

Europe will have to work hard against competitors in China and the US to be a global leader in digital solutions for transport, an MEP involved in the issue told EURACTIV.com in an interview. Legislation must ensure common standards across the EU for transport to flow freely, she stressed.

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Audi takes lead in automated driving, despite regulatory hurdles

By |september 18th, 2017|automated cars, automated driving, driverless cars, News|

German carmaker Audi is taking a lead in bringing more automated driving to roads, but rivals seem in no rush to follow while legal and regulatory uncertainties still cloud the technology.

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EU Commission drives home merits of autonomous vehicles

By |april 6th, 2017|automated cars, automated driving, Carlos Moedas, driverless cars, News|

Can driverless cars chauffeur people to a love of the EU? The European Commission is betting it can.

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