Improving Safety of Future Mobility

Future mobility safety is a top priority for both the car industry and society at large. With the quick development of new technologies like autonomous driving, linked automobiles, and electric vehicles, it is more important than ever to make sure that these technologies are used effectively and safely.


Future mobility can increase safety in a number of crucial areas, including:


Vehicle Design and Technology: By combining cutting-edge safety technologies like automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, and adaptive cruise control, manufacturers may create safer automobiles. The development of autonomous cars also has the potential to dramatically reduce the amount of accidents caused by human mistake.


Infrastructure: Enhancements to the road network, such as better road design, better signage, and more intelligent traffic control systems, can assist lower the likelihood of accidents and increase road user safety.


Safety Regulations and Standards: Governments and business entities can collaborate to create and implement safety standards and rules for the transportation of the future. These rules can aid in ensuring that infrastructure and vehicles adhere to the bare minimum of safety standards.


Education and Training: Increasing driver, passenger, and pedestrian safety can be accomplished with the use of education and training. This includes training for emergency responders, public awareness campaigns, and driver education initiatives.


Cybersecurity: The risk of cyberattacks rises as vehicles grow increasingly autonomous and networked. Future mobility safety depends on making sure that infrastructure and vehicles are protected from cyber threats.


Governments, business, and other stakeholders will need to work together in a concerted effort to improve the safety of future mobility. We can work towards a safer future for all road users by embracing new technologies, enhancing infrastructure, and putting in place efficient legislation and standards.


To find out more details about Improving Safety of Future Mobility, join us on 30th - 31st May, 2023 for the Automotive Functional Safety (ISO 26262) Forum, in Eurostars, Berlin, Germany.


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