Building a Safety Case for Automated Mobility

Building a Safety Case for Automated Mobility

Today’s world of mobility is dramatically changing, triggered by the development
of new technologies, consumer demands, congested roadways, legislation and a focus on accident-free driving. Although full-fledged, selfdriving vehicles haven’t hit the roads yet, autonomous vehicles are, in a sense, the next generation of mobility.

With the first of three phases of autonomy underway – partial, conditional and fully automated – the global marketplace can expect fully automated vehicles to be on the road by 2025, according to the US Secretary of Transportation, Anthony
Foxx. Major auto manufacturers are already implementing automated driving technologies into their fleets at some level. However, continued innovation and advancement of current technologies are needed to meet the safety requirements that society demands from a full-fledged autonomous vehicle.

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