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Third Newsletter Published #EUGoesDriverless

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The Six Stages of Connected and Automated Driving

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05.12.2017

Connected Automated Driving at the EFECS

This year the European Forum for Electronic Components and Systems (EFECS) is taking place from 5 to 7 December in Brussels focusing on ‘Digital Future’. Special sessions on mobility, connectivity...

14.11.2017

End of November: Last chance to complete the KPIs Survey

Europe, U.S. and Japan are working to identify important key performance indicators (KPIs) for assessing the impacts of automated driving. We would like to hear your views on this topic via our KPI Su...

09.11.2017

UK is to be a world leader in autonomous vehicle technology

During his speech to the Association of British Insurers this week, UK's Transport secretary, Chris Grayling expressed his enthusiasm for having completely driverless cars in Britain in less than four...

Events
30.01.2018

CAD Webinar Series (VII): ‘Development and evaluation of automated trucks with focus on platooning’

21.02.2018 - 22.02.2018
Berlin, Germany

Bosch ConnectedWorld 2018

06.03.2018 - 08.03.2018
Karlsruhe, Germany

IT-TRANS 2018

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

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By the numbers

Autonomous or partially autonomous vehicles to be sold in 2035

The Boston Consulting Group

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

McKinsey

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

McKinsey

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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