Connected and autonomous vehicles will provide huge social, industrial and economic benefits to the UK. This report examines how these innovative vehicles will transform the UK economy – expanding our industrial base, improving safety and congestion, driving up productivity and freeing up space usually devoted to vehicles in our urban areas.
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Autonomous cars are no longer just the realm of science fiction. They are real and will be on roads sooner than you think. Cars with basic autonomous capability are in showrooms today, semi-autonomous cars are coming in 12-18 months, and completely autonomous cars are set to be available before the end of the decade.
This report explains how autonomous technology can work, what its effects will be and what the consequences are for policy makers.
Once new players enter the value chain with innovative business models and game-changing technologies, the ensuing shake-up can leave prominent incumbents irrelevant and facing consolidation or bankruptcy.
With this document, the Dutch automotive sector presents its vision for the future. It is an ambitious vision based on a firm belief in its strengths and a keen interest in making use of the rapid developments in society and in the automotive world. It is a vision which focuses on areas where the Dutch automotive sector has and can have a strong international position.
Every year, 1.2 million people die in automobile accidents and up to 50 million are injured . Many of these deaths are due to driver error and other preventable causes. Autonomous or highly aware cars have the potential to positively impact tens of millions of people. Building an autonomous car is not easy.
Situational awareness is crucial for autonomous driving in urban environments. This paper describes the moving vehicle detection and tracking module that we developed for our autonomous driving robot Junior. The robot won second place in the Urban Grand Challenge, an autonomous driving race organized by the U.S. Government in 2007.
The intention of this Road Map document is the identification and agreement 1. On necessary steps regarding Cooperative Systems and Services, in this way defining a Joint Deployment Strategy for those who are eager to go for C-ITS implementations. 2.
"Limited self-driving trucks are not expected to reach series-production readiness before 2025. The technology is almost there, but legal hurdles have to be overcome", states Sebastian Gundermann, Partner in the Automotive Competence Center. > From a technical perspective, the main need for innovation is on the software side.
According to Article 17(4) of the ITS Directive, the Commission must submit a report every three years to the European Parliament and to the Council on the progress made in the implementation of the Directive. It is to be accompanied by an analysis of the functioning and implementation of Articles 5 to 11 and Article 16, including the financial resources used and needed.