Change of the speed limit for Automated Driving Systems
Social infrastructure and communication technology concept. IoT(Internet of Things). Autonomous transportation.

Change of the speed limit for Automated Driving Systems

A new milestone in mobility has been achieved with the adoption of the proposal to increase the maximum driving speed with the Automated Driving Systems from the current limit of 60 km/h to 130 km/h on motorways for passenger cars (Category M1) and light commercial vehicles (Category N1).

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Study visit to Applus+ IDIADA

Study visit to Applus+ IDIADA On October 19-20, 2022 CK:PAP experts visited the Applus+ IDIADA headquarters near Barcelona. Applus+ IDIADA is a global partner to the automotive industry with over 30 years’ experience supporting its clients in product development activities by providing design, engineering, testing and homologation services. The subject of the meeting was a discussion on the common possibilities of establishing closer cooperation. CK:PAP experts had the opportunity to become familiar with selected test objects located…

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2nd Legislative Workshop organized by CK:PAP

2nd Legislative Workshop organized by CK:PAP On October 27, 2022, the 2nd Legislative Workshop was organized in Warsaw by the Competence Center for Autonomous and Connected Vehicles and the CK:PAP Cluster of cooperation. The aim of the meeting was to continue the discussion aimed at developing changes to the applicable road traffic regulations, effectively eliminating barriers to testing innovative technologies on public roads, taking into account the demands of the industry, while meeting the requirements…

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CK:PAP during the SDCM congress

CK:PAP during the SDCM congress Representatives of the ITS Autonomous and Connected Vehicles Competence Center took part in the 17th Congress of the Automotive Industry and Market organized by the Association of Automotive Parts Distributors and Producers. Megatrends are phenomena causing changes on a global scale. Automotive, like few other industries, will be subject to dynamic transformations that will affect all players on the market - from tycoons to the smallest companies. Experts at the Congress…

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Autonomous Mobility Day in Gliwice

Autonomous Mobility Day in Gliwice On September 21st, 2022, representatives of the management of the Autonomous and Connected Vehicles Center took part in the "Autonomous Mobility Day" organized by BLEES at Arena Gliwice. The aim of the conference was to present an innovative and pro-ecological form of transport, which is a fully electric autonomous minibus. The minibus designed by Blees will move on the fourth level of autonomy according to the international SAE classification and will accommodate…

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EU Regulation unifying procedures and technical specifications for the type-approval of the automated driving systems (ADS)

On September 15, 2022 a new Regulation of the European Commission entered into force. August 26, 2022 the EC has published the COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) 2022/1426 of 5 August 2022 laying down rules for the application of Regulation (EU) 2019/2144 of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards uniform procedures and technical specifications for the type-approval of the automated driving system (ADS) of fully automated vehicles.

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4th ZalaZONE Trilateral Conference

On 15th July 2022 Experts of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles Competence Centre and Ministry of Infarstructure took part in the 4th ZalaZONE Trilateral Conference hosted by ZalaZONE Research & Innovation.

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CCAM Association meeting

CK:PAP experts took part in one of the last meetings of the CCAM Association (Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility). It is an international non-profit association that aims to promote and facilitate research on Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility in the European Research Area by connecting different stakeholders.

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Motor Transport Institute responsible for CCAM tests

On June 23 and 24, 2022, Deputy Minister of Infrastructure Rafał Weber took part in a meeting of transport ministers of the Visegrad Group countries (V4). The meeting in Budapest was organized by the Hungarian Presidency of the V4, which ends on June 30, 2022. The meeting was also attended by the Hungarian Deputy Minister for Innovation and Industry – Dávid Vitézy, the State Secretary of the Ministry of Transport and Construction of the Slovak Republic – Jaroslav Kmet’ and Deputy minister of Transport of the Czech Republic – Václav Bernard.

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