Automation will play an important role in realising the societal challenges and policy objectives for mobility and Transport. Applications like platooning, temporary auto-pilot, hazards detection and intelligent lane assignment all highly depend on new emerging technologies and know-how in areas such as sensors, HMI, communication and user acceptance but also on new policies and regulations. The Working Group on Automation in Road Transport, founded under the iMobilityForum in 2012 has explored and investigated this topic over the past year and shared its progress and recommendations with the international transport community.


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Last modified on Tuesday, 23 July 2013

Original author: Imobility