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#EUGoesDriverless Newsletter 6th Issue

Titled 'the driverless revolution' the Connected Automated Driving in Europe Initiative publishes the 6th version of the # EUGoesDriverless newsletter. In this edition, readers will find a detailed s...


Autonomous van for deliveries tested in Belgium

Belgium has carried out its first self-driving test in the city of Mechelen, during a three-day trial. The van is completely self-driving with a maximum speed of 8 km/h. The delivery truck was part o...


ERTRAC Strategic Research Agenda: Updated

The updated Strategic Research Agenda for FP9 was launched at the TRA congress on 16 April 2018. The document is structured in six chapters based on the new Vision of ERTRAC, which provides long-term...


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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