European Union institutions and national governments must take a proactive role in publicizing the usefulness and availability of intelligent vehicle safety systems in order to boost their demand and lower costs, the European Parliament’s transport committee says. In a detailed report, the committee warns that despite the sophistication and proven safety of in-vehicle intelligent systems, European “penetration rates remain very low in relation to their potential.” This is the case ...
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