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Public Support Measures for Connected and Automated Driving. Competitiveness Report 2017

Augusto Medina, Audry Maulana, Douglas Thompson, Nishant Shandilya, Samuel Almeida, Aki Aapaoja, Matti Kutila, Erik Merkus and Koen Vervoort
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Samuel Almeida: SPI
Matti Kutila: Technical Research Centre of Finland
Koen Vervoort: ECORYS Holding BV

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Abstract: The study provides a clearer picture of the EU's current position compared to its third country counterparts in the connected and automated driving (C&AD) sector. It analyses the strategies, funding programmes, standards, regulations and value chains for C&AD in the selected countries. It aimed to review and analyse C&AD technologies and to assess the effectiveness of existing EU support measures for the sector. Based on a comparative analysis of public support measures, programmes and regulations put in place in the USA, Japan, South Korea, China and the EU, we assess the technological and commercialisation readiness level of automated and connected driving and the effectiveness of instruments available for supporting the development of C&AD.

Keywords: TP_Europa_Wettbewerb (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017 Written 2017-07-19
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