Cross-Ministerial Strategic Innovation Promotion Program (SIP) Phase 2: Automated Driving for Universal Services
Expectations are high for social change resulting from the realization of automated driving, and the commercialization of automated driving is expected to contribute to the resolution of various social issues, including a reduction in the number of traffic accidents and less traffic congestion, securing mobility for persons with poor access to transportation, and helping to resolve driver shortages and lower costs for logistics and mobility services. All these advances are expected to help realize a society where everyone can enjoy a high quality of life.
The goals of this project are to establish technologies in cooperative areas necessary for automated driving by 2023, confirm their effectiveness by conducting demonstration experiments involving various companies and local governments, and work toward social implementation by creating multiple examples of successful practical applications.
Overview of 2nd phase of SIP: Automated Driving for Universal Services
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