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The German Federal Ministry of Transport published an action plan for connected and automated driving, following the 2nd High Level Structural Dialogue on 14th-15th September 2017 in Frankfurt, bringing together Member States, the European Commission and industry representatives. The document proposes several recommendations in order to accelerate...

On the 12th of October, members of the Transport Committee of the European Parliament have adopted a non-binding resolution asking for new vehicles to include a range of life-saving technologies, as Automated Emergency Braking, Intelligent Speed Assistance and Intelligent Seatbelt Reminders.  The objective is to...

A new report on connected and automated transport has been published by the European Commission, outlining the main trends and developments in the field. This report was prepared under the initiative of European Commission's Directorate-General for Research and Innovation to summarise the main trends and developments...

American and European Motor Vehicle Parts Suppliers Call for Free Trade and Harmonized Standards Washington, DC, and Brussels -- 11 October 2017-- In a joint statement released today, the American-based Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA) and the European Association of Automotive Suppliers (CLEPA) voice support for...

MEMA AND CLEPA JOINT STATEMENT ON GLOBAL TRADE 11 October 2017   The United States-based Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA) and the European Association of Automotive Suppliers (CLEPA) have issued a joint statement supporting free and fair trade, access to raw and finished materials, and harmonized safety...

Prime Minister of Estonia Jüri Ratas has published conclusions from the Tallinn Digital Summit, which are going to be discussed by the European Union leaders at the next European Council taking place on 19-20 October in Brussels. Part of these conclusions are about the digital future...