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Connected and autonomous vehicles: The emerging legal challenges

From road traffic law to data privacy, this Pinsent Masons Manufacturing Insight report explores the opportunities, challenges and legal issues arising from escalating automotive connectivity and autonomous technology.

2017 edition

The emergence of connected and autonomous vehicles continues to create many new legal challenges. We published our first edition of this paper in 2016 and since then have already seen significant developments across the sector both in terms of the technologies and the regulatory frameworks. 

In the new 2017 edition (PDF, 4.1 MB) our lawyers across Europe consider some of the key issues, together with the regulatory and legal implications, that connected car development will bring, to help those involved navigate through a fast changing and uncertain world. We are grateful to the PETRAS Internet of Things Research Hub, Warwick Manufacturing Group, TRL and Starship Technologies for all of their contributions and insights. 

Pinsent Masons are sponsors of the FT Future of the Car Summit 2017

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