|Opis:||The diploma paper deals with the subject of automated verhicle that will change transport as we know it today. Until 2020 there will be a lot of automated verhicle in our roads.. verhicles withaut driver rely on GPS sistem which detects location of verhicle, lasers, which detects surrrounding and data abaut speed,, gas and similar important things. We know a lot of diferent names for automated verhicles and diferent stages of automatization, which are slowley coming into our sistem. Development of automated verhicle begins with servitization, which means added value to the product.
In the graduation thesis, i find that the European Union (hereinafter EU) has started to devote a huge amount of time and resources to explore the impact of vehicles on transport, the environment and people. The EU's objective is the so-called "zero vision", which means no fatalities on the roads. It will set binding rules that will limit the freedom of Member States. The most important rules currently regulating the field of automated vehicles in EU are: the Amsterdam Declaration, the Motor Vehicle Insurance Directive and the Product Liability Directive, which do not directly regulate automated verhicles. In order to fully regulate the areas of automated verhicles, the rules for the entry of verhicles into the world market should be uniformly regulated, uniform rules for cyber security should be adopted and also the area of responsibility in the event of road accidents.
Outside the borders of the EU, Japan and the United States of America (hereinafter USA) focus on the development of the new technology. Japan has developed advanced ITS systems that allow the operation of connected vehicles. Following this example, the EU is developing the Galileo and C-ITS system, which will serve the same purpose. The US, on the other hand, opted for non-binding rules set up by the National highway traffic safety administration, which led to a diversity of legislation between countries where some do not even allow the driving of automated vehicles, others have laid down binding rules regarding their entry into the market.|