Transport and Covid-19: responses and resources

Automated and Autonomous Driving

Regulation under uncertainty

Policy Insights

  • Automated driving comprises a diverse set of emerging concepts that must be understood individually and as part of broader trends toward automation and connectivity
  • Uncertainty on market deployment strategies and pathways to automation complicates the regulatory task
  • Incrementally shifting the driving task from humans to machines will require changes in insurance
  • The shift from human to machine may have an impact on what product information developers and manufacturers of autonomous vehicles share, and with whom
  • Regulators and developers should actively plan to minimise legacy risks

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