About this book
This edited book aims to address challenges facing the deployment of autonomous vehicles. Autonomous vehicles were predicted to hit the road by 2017. Even though a high degree of automation may have been achieved, vehicles that can drive autonomously under all circumstances are not yet commercially available, and the predictions have been adjusted. Now, experts even say that we are still decades away from fully autonomous vehicles.
In this volume, the authors form a multidisciplinary team of experts to discuss some of the reasons behind this delay. The focus is on three areas: business, technology, and law. The authors discuss how the traditional car manufacturers have to devote numerous resources to the development of a new business model, in which the sole manufacturing of vehicles may no longer be sufficient. In addition, the book seeks to introduce how technological challenges are creating a shift toward connected autonomous vehicles. Further, it provides insight into how regulators are responding to the insufficiently tested technology and how lawyers try to answer the liability question for accidents with these autonomous vehicles.
Table of Contents
Autonomous Vehicles on Public Roads
Autonomous Vehicles and Liability
Sensors and Adversarial Machine Learning
Autonomous Vehicles and Connectivity
Autonomous Vehicles and Business
- Autonomous Vehicles
- Springer Singapore
- Print ISBN
- Electronic ISBN
- Copyright Year
Assoc. Prof. Steven Van Uytsel
Assoc. Prof. Danilo Vasconcellos Vargas