As the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, on 11.07.2016, Alexander Dobrindt started a funding programme for the automated and networked driving.
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Whether in the automobile industry, in the utility vehicle area, with suppliers or manufracturers: The mobility as a service stands in the centre of stratgies. As automobil-produktion.de reports, more than 800 decision-makers from the automotive sector were asked.
The Federal Ministry of Transport and digital Infrastructure released a statement, that the federal minister Alexander Dobrindt passes the submitted bill for the implementation of the amended Vienna Convention today.
As Auto-Medienportal reported, the revolutionary step happened last week. On Wednesday, 23.03.2016, the so-called Vienna Convention, with its main purpose to standardise globally traffic rules and regulations, came into force. 73 contracting states passed the agreement on 23.09.2014, which now come into effect.
Automotive World's recent autonomous car report surmised that 2025 is a more likely period to see fully autonomous vehicles - in some form and in certain markets - hit public roads.
Digitalisation penetrates all economic and business sectors, creates new markets and new customer needs. However, the automotive industry is not setting itself as the forerunner of this profound change.
The new Mercedes-Benz E-Class is the world's first standard-production vehicle to be awarded a test licence for autonomous driving in the US State of Nevada.