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Intel given lead role in Arizona's automated vehicle safety institute

Friday 12 October 2018 | 10:16 CET | News
Intel became a founding partner of the new Institute for Automated Mobility created by the state of Arizona to advance the safe deployment of automated vehicles. This public-private consortium will focus on the liability, regulatory and safety implications of automated vehicles and will work to create standards and best practices for the industry to follow. The group is already working on liability and regulatory research as well as plans for an enclosed 2.1-mile safety test track.

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Companies: Intel
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