Connected Automation

Advances in connected and automated technology allow vehicles to detect and respond to the surrounding environment, providing new opportunities for safety and mobility. Vehicle automation on the road today—such as adaptive cruise control, dynamic brake support, and automatic emergency braking—is already bringing safety benefits. Connected vehicles further improve vehicle safety with enhanced crash avoidance capabilities and the ability to communicate with other vehicles and the surrounding roadway.  It will also help support the deployment of fully automated, self-driving vehicles.

Global Automakers' members are committed to exploring ways to improve safety on our roadways and believe connected and automated vehicles have the potential to save thousands of lives each year.

Automated Vehicles

Advancements in automated vehicles present significant opportunities for improving safety, mobility, and sustainability. It is imperative that we have the right regulatory framework that will foster innovation and investment in this technology. 

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Global Automakers understands that vehicle cybersecurity is an integral component of modern automobiles. As vehicle manufacturers develop new and innovative technologies for safety, efficiency, and convenience, the integrity and security of these systems are a top priority.

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As our members manufacture vehicles with more advanced and connected technologies, Global Automakers recognizes the need to take proactive steps to protect the privacy of our customers.

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Our Work

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May 23, 2019 Letter

Global Automakers Signs Safety Spectrum Coalition Letter Thanking Secretary Chao for V2X/5.9 Support

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May 17, 2019 Press Release

Global Automakers Files Ex Parte Letter to FCC on Safety Spectrum

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May 17, 2019 Letter

Global Automakers Ex Parte Letter to FCC on Safety Spectrum

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March 18, 2019 Agency Comments

Global Automakers Submits Reply Comments to FCC’s Rulemaking for Unlicensed Use in the 6 GHz Band