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Sep
27

Advanced Vehicle Autonomy: Sci-Fi Dream or Soon-to-Be Reality?

Autos2050℠ Event Announced for Nation’s Capital in January Washington, D.C. — The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers (Auto Alliance) and the Alliance for Transportation Innovation (ATI21) today announced the first annual Autos2050℠ conference and ”Driving Innovation Awards” dinner to be held Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at the Marriott Marquis in conjunction with the 2018 Washington, DC […]

Jul
31

July 31st is National Heatstroke Prevention Day

Automakers, Community Leaders and Moms Team Up to Raise Awareness about the Dangers of Heatstroke WASHINGTON, DC — “Regardless of the temperature outside, it is never safe to leave a child alone in a car.” That is the message automakers, community leaders and moms are taking to the public in a national campaign to raise […]

Nov
22

Auto Alliance Comments On Federal Automated Vehicle Policy

“The Federal Automated Vehicle Policy (FAVP) is a living document that we expect will be updated and revised as needed, which makes sense for a suite of technologies advancing so quickly. Moreover, the incoming Administration will likely have their own thoughts on how our country moves closer to self-driving vehicles. So NHTSA’s issuance of the […]

Sep
20

Auto Alliance Response To Guidance On Autonomous Vehicles

Autonomous vehicles have great potential to make our roads safer and less congested while providing mobility for the disabled and older citizens, so we want to deploy them as quickly as possible. Guidance is the right action to take since the technology is developing quickly and collaboration between automakers and NHTSA is critical to avoid […]

Jul
8

Automakers, Its Community Call on FCC to Protect The Safety Spectrum

WASHINGTON, DC, JULY 8, 2016 – Automakers and intelligent transportation organizations urged the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to focus on safety first when considering changing the rules of the 5.9 GHz Safety Spectrum band in comments filed today. “Decisions over sharing the Safety Spectrum should be driven first and foremost by public safety,” said Global […]