Affiliation: Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Academy of Romanian Scientists
Second author: NEAMȚU Gheorghe (email@example.com)
Affiliation: University Politehnica of Bucharest, Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Robotics, Bucharest, Romania
Third author: STAN Sebastian Emanuel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Affiliation: Land Forces Academy Nicolae Balcescu, Sibiu
The scientific paper presents a practical research carried out by the authors in order to implement certain concepts of technical nature, so that those interested in this field can become aware of a certain way of exposing the problems regarding the role of technology and autonomous vehicles in the sustainable development of car transportation.
According to previous research, it has been found that human error has a share of about 95% in the occurrence of road accidents in Europe, causing thousands of human lives to be taken away annually. Experts in the field say that autonomous vehicles can significantly reduce this percentage and at the same time contribute to increasing road safety. Digital technology also has its advantages and disadvantages. It helps reduce congestion and pollution in road traffic, increases access to mobility for people with disabilities, creates new jobs, brings economic growth, increases safety in road traffic but can also become dangerous when disturbances and malfunctions make their mark on artificial intelligence. We present further a technical and managerial study with engineering nuances, through which readers can look at and understand the concept of sustainable development in a global context, presenting the place, role and current stage of development of the autonomous vehicle in the road transport system. At the end, some conclusions and further research directions in the approached field are presented.
Pages: 4 - 15
Publication date: December, 2021