Connected and Automated Driving Conference, 2-3 April 2019
Published on 18 February 2019
Author: Nicole Wyss, National Contact Point Transport
There is still a multitude of challenges in terms of research and innovation to address before automated driving will be widely available on the market for use in many different environments and conditions. These challenges include the development of technologies at vehicle, infrastructure, data communication and decision-making levels, as well as the validation of these technologies and the real-world testing.
Who will attend?
- Participants from the private and the public sectors, including citizens
- Representatives from the automotive and telecom industries
- Road operators, public transport operators, regulators
- Research centres, universities and individual researchers
- Speakers from the US, Japan and other non-European countries
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