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July 2022

Common guidelines at a global level for the car repair sector

Access to vehicle data, revisions and metrological and safety standards for workshop equipment: we talked about it with Massimo Brunamonti, Vice President, EGEA
Francesca del Bello

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January/February2022

The future of mobility, interview with Jordi Brunet Garcia of EGEA

Paola Zaccheroni, Public Affairs of Autopromotec will discuss with secretary general of EGEA about what challenges is the garage equipment sector meeting today and tomorrow. Video
Editorial staff

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#Innovation #Industrial Scenarios #Interviews #Autopromotec 2019
April 2019

The Global race towards innovation

Interview with AICA’s President Mauro Severi. One of Italy’s industrial crown jewels looks to the challenges ahead
Guido Gambassi

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July/August 2018

Automotive; producers and suppliers must be ready to cope with mobility’s new challenges; here’s how

According to Andrea Marinoni, Roland Berger senior partner, the automotive supply chain is called upon to review its business models so as to govern the 4 megatrends currently shaping the market: mobility, autonomous driving, digitization and electrification
Editorial Staff
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#New Technologies #e-mobility #Interviews
April 2018

Autonomous Cars, new liability rules in the event of accidents

Passenger, manufacturer or software designer: who is to blame in the event of a claim when a “self-driving” vehicle is involved? We spoke about it with Laura Lecchi, lawyer and author on the subject of IT Law at the School of Engineering of the University of Bologna
Dino Collazzo
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January 2017

“Compensational technologies, interdisciplinary and ethical vision”. Dipak Pant’s view of sustainable development.

According to Dipak Raj Pant, an experienced field anthropologist, economist, founder and current head of the Interdisciplinary Unit for Sustainable Economy, at the Carlo Cattaneo University, where he teaches 'Sustainable Economic Policy and Management', the technological developments currently taking place, such as connected cars and autonomous driving, must be carefully analyzed before they can be fully absorbed in order to reduce the risk of negative repercussions on the entire socio-economic system.
 
Dino Collazzo

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