Guest blog post by Gabriel Simcic, iMobility Challenge Coordinator at Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile; the author does not work for the European Commission
On 18th of March, automotive technology suppliers will gather at the iMobility Challenge event in Autoworld, Brussels. There they will exhibit and demonstrate latest advancements in the field of intelligent mobility. “iMobility” refers to all new vehicle systems that remedy the ills of road transportation: accidents, pollution, congestion, delays. It is about combining innovative technologies that make driving cleaner, safer and more efficient.
Let’s take an example: in the near future,
* Guest blog post by Gabriel Simcic, iMobility Challenge Coordinator at Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile
If you go to the Valkenburg airfield on 11th September to attend the iMobility Challenge event, you might think you are observing a scene from “back to future” or the TV series “Knight rider” and its advanced, artificially intelligent car. Cars driving around with no driver at the steering wheel, cars able to communicate with one another and alert the drivers of looming dangers, cars that call emergency services by