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Innovation in the automotive industry and the role of ADAS regulation

International. The automotive industry continues to grow and the real challenge is in the regulation of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS).

With the introduction of new regulations such as the General Safety Regulation (GSR) II, which will come into force in July 2024 in the European Union, mandatory ADAS features will become a standard requirement for new vehicles.

And, although there are more than 150 European Union regulations and 30 directives for the automotive industry, (making it one of the most regulated sectors), collaboration between regulators and industrial players becomes essential for competitiveness on a global scale.

Sigrid de Vries, Director General of the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA), highlights the industry's commitment to smarter regulation in the pursuit of a greener and more competitive future. Rather than drowning in a sea of legislation, the focus is on simplifying regulations to unlock the full potential of the industry, especially in the development and implementation of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS).

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As the automotive industry prepares for the implementation of GSR II and the mandatory inclusion of ADAS technologies, collaboration between regulators, manufacturers, and other stakeholders will be essential. Working together, they can ensure that the transition is smooth and that the benefits of ADAS technologies are maximised for all road users.

According to the Global Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Market report, the industry is projected to reach $60.1 billion by 2028. This increase is attributed to the widespread adoption of advanced vehicle safety features, underscoring the critical role of ADAS technologies in shaping the future of automotive innovation and competitiveness.

This transition to mandatory ADAS features underscores the industry's commitment to innovation and safety. By aligning regulatory requirements with technological advancements, regulators and industry stakeholders are working together to create a safer and more sustainable future for mobility.

Laura Restrepo
Author: Laura Restrepo
Editora en Latin Press, Inc.
Comunicadora social y periodista apasionada por las letras e historias. [email protected]

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