On 15 January 2019, the European Parliament adopted a non-binding resolution on Autonomous driving in European transport. The resolution clearly recognises the benefits of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs), urges for further regulatory reform in this area, and calls for future EU policies and legislation to cover all modes of connected and automated transport (not just road transport).
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In May 2018, Herbert Smith Freehills’ Sydney office hosted the conference “Driving forward with connected and autonomous vehicles“, the final in a series of similar events hosted in New York, London and across Asia. The Sydney conference brought together participants from government and the private sector, including infrastructure providers, data analysts, insurers and technology investors, to discuss how government and businesses can work together to best prepare for the advent of CAVs.
Herbert Smith Freehills recently hosted a series of panel discussions with expert speakers, discussing a range of topics within connected and autonomous vehicles and technologies. This video provides highlights of the key questions, challenges and potential solutions that were discussed during the panel sessions and that are expected to arise as connected and autonomous vehicles are developed and commercialised.