Transforming Mobility – A Regulatory Roadmap for Connected and Automated Vehicles
NRMA Keolis Downer PWC
More than fifty Federal and state laws will need to be amended and the nation’s motoring insurance and traffic fine network overhauled to prepare Australia for autonomous vehicles, according a report by NRMA, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Keolis Downer. Transforming Mobility also identified the crucial role autonomous vehicles can play in increasing public use of mass transport services. Rather than act as a substitute to public transport, autonomous and connected cars can solve the vital first-mile-last-mile obstacle often in the way of people accessing transport stations, ports or interchanges.
The Future of Car Ownership
This indepth report from the NRMA looks at the future of mobility including growing alternatives to car ownership, cars of the future, challenges and opportunities in the new world of mobility.
Clarifying Control of Automated Vehicles Policy Paper
National Transport Commission
This policy paper supports for the national enforcement guidelines for automated vehicles. This paper explains the assumptions and objectives of the guidelines, who has responsibility for compliance with road traffic laws and the indicators of proper control for vehicles operating at different levels of automation.
Assuring the Safety of Automated Vehicles Policy paper
National Transport Commission
This policy paper sets out the high level design of safety assurance system for automated vehicles in Australia based on mandatory self certification until the development of international standards for automated driving systems.
McKinsey presents their perspective what is required to successfully navigate the emerging personal-mobility landscape in an uncertain future?
Social issues relating to land-based automated vehicles in Australia
The Industry, Innovation, Science and Resources Standing Committee launched its inquiry into the social issues relating to land-based driverless vehicles on 1 December 2016. The Committee’s focus throughout the inquiry was on the social aspects of driverless vehicles in Australia. While technological developments and questions and regulatory approaches were considered within that context, the Committee’s priority was to establish whether the social changes likely to be brought about by the introduction of highly automated vehicles in Australia are being adequately considered. This is a report of the Committee released in August 2017.
Connected Car Report 2016: Opportunities, Risk, and Turmoil on the Road to Autonomous Vehicles
The race to build the fully connected car, and ultimately the completely autonomous vehicle, is already under way. Who will cross the finish line successfully, and where exactly that finish line is, remains to be seen. In this report — based on extensive market research, interviews with auto industry experts, and engagement with auto manufacturers, suppliers, and technology companies across the globe — the automotive practice of Strategy&, PwC’s strategy consulting group, addresses these questions.