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SCOUT Expert Workshop on European vision and strategies

On 20 July 2017 the SCOUT project organised the „European vision & strategies for connected and automated driving“ workshop in Brussels with participation of the SCOUT consortium as well as re...


New study on user acceptance of driverless cars released

Yesterday, the British UK Autodrive project and Cambridge University released a new study on user acceptance and user behaviour of autonomous cars. The survey established that there is no clear image...


Germany organises High-Level Dialogue on CAD

At the fringes of the International Motor Show IAA in Frankfurt, the German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure will organise its second High-Level Dialogue on CAD.The dialogue wi...

Brussels, Belgium

4th Driving Future Event

14.09.2017 - 24.09.2017
Frankfurt am Main, Germany

IAA 2017

25.09.2017 - 26.09.2017
Berlin, Germany

AMAA 2017


Projects, Field Trials and Research on Automated Road Transport in Europe.

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Autonomous or partially autonomous vehicles to be sold in 2035

The Boston Consulting Group

Reduction in carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions through optimised, autonomous driving


Of additional free time thanks to autonomous vehicles that will allow users to spend travel time working, relaxing, or accessing entertainment


Smaller parking spots, thanks to self-parking autonomous vehicles that do not require open-door space for dropping off passengers

The Boston Consulting Group

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SCOUT brings together the automotive, telecommunications and ICT industries to conceive use cases and business models to leverage the investments into technology development.

CARTRE brings together more than sixty organisations with view to consolidate the current industry and policy fragmentation surrounding the development of automation in road transport.

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