Regulatory Updates: Automotive and Motorcycles – August 2018

Each month, RegNet Solutions monitors new regulations, proposals, and other important developments in key automotive and motorcycle markets. For a full list of updates in Excel, sign up here. Notable in August: UN  In an atypically busy August, the UNECE released a large number of documents, including nearly 20 amendments and three new regulations, all of[…]

Regulatory Updates: Automotive and Motorcycles – June 2018

Each month, RegNet Solutions monitors new regulations, proposals, and other important developments in key automotive and motorcycle markets. For a full list of updates in Excel, sign up here. Notable in June: Autonomous Vehicles The UNECE made significant progress towards developing a regulatory framework for autonomous vehicles.  Changes include a new UNECE working group and a[…]

Autonomous Vehicle Regulations: A new UNECE working Group, a new vehicle category, and a more active China?

In a flurry of activity, the UNECE made significant progress last month towards creating a regulatory framework for autonomous vehicles.  Not that it was necessarily well publicized – we had to read through the Reports of the World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations on its 175th session and some related reports to get to a[…]

RegNet Solutions Comments on NHTSA’s request for information on Removing Regulatory Barriers for Vehicles with Automated Driving Systems

RegNet Solutions, LLC welcomes the opportunity to respond to the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) request for information on Removing Regulatory Barriers for Vehicles with Automated Driving Systems. We offer a general comment as well as answers to specific questions 3, 6, 18, and 22. As a general comment to the questions posed[…]

Automotive safety technology – Graphic of the day

The Scramble is On: Regulating Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

The Scramble is On: Regulating Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

There has been no shortage of news on advanced automotive technology in 2014. A search for the term “Advanced Driver Assistance Systems” by date looks like this:

YEAR Google Search Results*

2014 20,900

2013 12,800

2012 9,120

In their blog, The Knowledge Effect, Thomson Reuters, last week, posted a nice infographic on driver assistance features. That had us thinking: what has happened in the regulatory environment over the course of the year?