Here’s how we can build public trust in self-driving vehicles
By Chaesub Lee – The automotive industry is undergoing extraordinary transformation.
The future of transport looks to be electric; highly automated; and – increasingly – shared.
This transformation is ambitious, and this ambition is very welcome.
In mobility, we can impact billions of people’s lives for the better.
We can save countless numbers of lives. We can improve environmental sustainability. And we can expand access to the many opportunities that mobility brings.
New technologies are at the heart of this transformation, and international standardization will be essential to ensure that these technologies are deployed efficiently and at scale.
That is why the ITU membership includes Volkswagen Group and Hyundai – and a diverse range of other automotive industry players such as China’s Telematics Industry Application Alliance, Continental, Bosch, BlackBerry, Tata Communications and Mitsubishi Electric.
By joining the United Nations specialized agency for information and communication technologies, ICTs, they are helping to shape international standards that protect and encourage key investments, improve road safety and help build intelligent transport systems. more>