Connected and automated vehicles fall into the category of so-called ‘smart cars’. Connected vehicles have gained, and will continue to gain, adoption in the market and, indeed, are expected to make up more than half of new vehicles by 2020.
A Vision for Safety 2.0 focuses on the highest levels of vehicle automation, levels 3-5 as defined by SAE International, which include systems with no-to-minimal human interaction or performance of driving-related tasks. An original perspective by Michael G. Morgan, Partner at McDermott Will & Emery.
Autonomous Vehicles and Electric Vehicles are both coming. What will it mean for how we think of transport in the next 50 years or so? An original perspective by Lars Hesselgren is Director of Research and Senior Associate Partner at PLP Architecture.