Tag Archives: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

What Do Electric and Self-Driving Cars Mean for Our Electrical Grid?

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said in a recent report, “The development of advanced automated vehicle safety technologies including fully self-driving cars, may prove to be the greatest personal transportation revolution since the popularization of the personal automobile nearly a century ago.” However, the automobile and transportation industry is still struggling with how … Continue Reading

The Reality of Self-Driving Cars and the Regulatory Hurdles

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) says in its guidelines for automakers and state regulators regarding autonomous vehicles that “‘automated’ or ‘self-driving’ vehicles are a future technology rather than one that you’ll find in a dealership tomorrow or in the next few years,” because “a variety of technological hurdles have to be cleared, and … Continue Reading

DOT and automakers agree to data sharing pact to encourage best cybersecurity practices

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has entered into a data sharing agreement with all of the major car manufacturers, which includes the requirement that the manufacturers develop best practices around cybersecurity and encourages them to share information relating to cyber-threats and defenses to cyber intrusions. The “Proactive Statement of Principles 2016” states: “automakers and … Continue Reading
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