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11 07 2017 01

  • By connecting an autonomous car to the infrastructure (V2X), Groupe Renault and Sanef move closer towards the zero fatality objective and give time back to travellers.
  • Experiments are currently being carried out to study the pass-through of toll barriers and work zones by autonomous vehicles.

Boulogne-Billancourt, July 10 2017 – Groupe Renault and Sanef, a world-leading motorway operator, belonging to Abertis group, today announced cooperation to further develop communications between autonomous vehicles and road infrastructure, and testing on toll barrier crossing and work zone approach. The partnership contributes to the main objectives for autonomous vehicles to increase road safety and to reach zero fatality, and with the “eyes off/hands off” experience to give time back to travellers.

“Maximizing safety for drivers, passengers and others with autonomous cars requires several stakeholders in both government and the private sector working together, each bringing unique expertise.” said Mathieu Lips, leading that innovation program. “Our goal is to work with Sanef to develop advances in safety and the right solutions to bring as soon as possible to customers the most comfortable travel in autonomous drive without interruption.”

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