L ‘ Europe relies entirely on autonomous driving . The European Commission, in fact, presented the basic elements of the plan “ Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems ” that will lead the continent towards related mobility and automated. This strategy will help to prepare the ground for all smart vehicles will interact directly with the road infrastructure and each other. The goal is to be ready by 2019 with the regulatory framework.

The use of digital connectivity on the roads should be ensured according to the European Commission, greater security and ensure a more efficient traffic and above all a greater driving comfort. A market that will also ensure even new jobs. The strategy also provides for the adoption of an appropriate legal framework at Community level by 2018 in order to provide certainty for public and private investment. It also addresses the availability of EU funding for research and development and international cooperation in the field of connected car and autonomous driving.

Thus, the plan Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems aims to want to make more and more smart streets of the old continent and to do that you will exploit solutions related to ‘ Internet of Things and connectivity 5G that in a few years will allow you to connect to the network everything. Everything will be connected, therefore: the streets, traffic lights, cars and anything else insists on road conditions. Thanks to this huge digital network for the road, cars will receive extensive information on the state of traffic and can automatically choose the behavior to adopt to make your trip safer, comfortable and efficient.

The network must be unique to ensure that all manufacturers can access them. Standard different penalize, in fact, the development. The European Union, therefore, points straight toward the connected mobility and autonomous driving car. Definitely good news for all those car manufacturers, Tesla in the head, which are working on cars equipped with autopilot. In this step of the way, the document guidelines aim to increase the functions of smart cars to smart parking solutions for braking and capacity for dialogue between cars to communicate any traffic problems and accidents.