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N° 373 — Connected Vehicles Autonomous Vehicles
2nd Quarter 2017 / June
Contents of the issue N° 373 of Routes/Roads Magazine
by Patrick Malléjacq
- WHAT'S NEW? Update on the World Road Association's Actions
- UPDATE: Japan, Lithuania
FORUM FOR NATIONAL COMMITTEES OF THE WORLD ROAD ASSOCIATION: France
SPTOLIGHT ON YOUNG PROFESSIONALS: Catherine Lembrée (Belgium)
- Connected vehicles, floating car data and self-driving vehicles - Jacques Ehrlich
- The Connected Vehicle - Realising the Opportunities - John Miles and Richard Harris
- Europe's C-roads platform: Paving the Ground to Make Cooperative, Connected and Automated Vehicles Reality - Martin Böhm
- Eco-AT : The Austrian Contribution to the Cooperative ITS Corridor Rotterdam-Frankfurt-Vienna - Dieter Hintenaus and Marko Jandrisits
- How will Traffic Management Change with the Arrival of the Connected Car? Sylvain Belloche and Ludovic Simon
- Autonomous Vehicles in Spain - Working to Drastically Reduce Accidents and Congestion - Pedro Tomás Martínez, Jaime Moreno García-Cano, Juan José Arriola Ballesteros and Ana Isabel Blanco Bergareche
- Infrastructure Requirements for the Self-Driving Vehicle - Jacques Ehrlich
- The Connected Car: Delegation of Driver Responsibility and Legal Liability - Michèle Guilbot
- C-ITS and Connected Automated Driving in Japan - Hiroshi Makano
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64 pages, English, distribution: 2,520 copies towards 142 countries.
PIARC President: Claude Van Rooten (Belgium)
Director of Publication: Patrick Malléjacq
Editor: Robin Sébille
Publishing Assistant: Cécile Jeanne
Translations: Marie Pastol (PIARC), Id2m, Isabelle Chemin, Isabelle Couté-Rodriguez, Robert Sachs
Printing: IMB (France) ; Diffusion: GIS (France)
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ISSN : 0004-556 X
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