Smart vehicles need smart garages.Investing in the internet of things will guarantee greater productivity, speed and safety. Modern auto-repairers must make the most of their own IT system optimizing cloud access.
Over three million EVs are currently circulating around the world, of which 1.3 million sold in 2017 alone, boosting the transition towards a more sustainable mobility. China, Europe and the US are the largest markets. By 2030 eight out of every ten new vehicles will be battery-powered. However, a few loose ends need to be tied up first.
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
Limits to data collection, precise objectives and anonymity; these, according to Claudia Cevenini and Laura Lecchi, professors of IT Law and Informatics at the University of Bologna, are the basic guidelines for combining protection and technological development. Result: a competitive advantage for companies
Laurence Pitt, journalist, addressed the issue in an article published on Tech Economy indicating the risks and countermeasures to be taken by companies to defend themselves. The editors of Autopromotec Blog decided to post it for the benefit of its readers
By Laurence Pitt - Tech Economy journalist – 04/05/2017