This survey will look into service, data access, and legal issues of advanced robots, autonomous, connected and Artifical Intelligence-based vehicles and systems It is part of a study (reference SMART 2016/0071) that looks into a number of specific issues, including the legal, economic, and business issues related to Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobility (CCAM). It wil identify the major bottlenecks of technical, legal and commercial nature that may affect the uptake of CAM in Europe.

The study is carried out for the European Commission (DG Connect) by Valdani Vicari & Associati (VVA), together with TNO and partners. 
The results of the study will be used to feed the development of policy recommendations at European level (as announced in the 3rd Mobility Package Communication). 

All interested stakeholders are invited to participate in the survey.
The survey is open until June 29.

Any views, data or information provided will be treated as confidential by VVA unless specifically stated otherwise by you. Information provided will be used solely for the purposes of the study.