The automobile will be at the heart of two major transformations in the decades to come: the ecological transition with the search for clean fuel and the digital transformation.
With this deeply exploratory dossier, we take stock of this, with the conviction that the automobile will constitute a remarkable test bed in terms of technical and industrial stakes and beyond that, in terms of the ability of our society to meet the challenges of the century.
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Connected Cars & Future of the Mobile Ecosystem
Edited by Thierry BURGER-HELMCHEN & Samuel ROPERTForeword by Yves GASSOT, Director of Publication Introduction by the Editors
PapersUnderstanding Changes on Urban Mobility Patterns in an Automated Driving Scenario: results from a model application to Delft (NL) Gonçalo HOMEM de ALMEIDA CORREIA Regulation, Industry, and the Internet of Cars Alexander SOLEY The Legal Landscape of Autonomous Cars François GORRIEZ
InterviewsThierry VIADIEU, Renault Conducted by Yves GASSOT Gion BAKER, Vodafone Automotive SpA Conducted by Samuel ROPERT Bernard JULLIEN, Gerpisa Conducted by Samuel ROPERT
Extra paperThe Role of Municipalities for Broadband Deployment in Rural Areas in Germany: An Economic Perspective Christian WERNICK & Christian M. BENDER
FeaturesFirms and Markets • Digitisation Will Impact All Automotive Assets Samuel ROPERT • Dynamics of ICTs: Industries, R&D, Markets Jean Paul SIMON Author biographies Service Section 14th ITS Asia-Pacific Conference Kyoto, Japan, 24-27 June 2017 DigiWorld Yearbook & DigiWorld Future Call for papers
- Reference: DWI17201A
- Delivery: on the DigiWorld Interactive platform
- Languages available: English
- Tags: automated vehicles, automation, Automobile, automotive, autonomous cars, broadband, car, Connected Cars, Connected Vehicle, cybersecurity, data, data privacy, digitisation, driver, European Union, fibre roll-out, Future, government, industry, Internet, Internet of Cars, Internet of Things, investment incentives, liability, municipal networks, Mobile Ecosystem, mobility impacts, optimization, public road, regulation, self-driving cars, traffic assignment, urban mobility