Crash testing: how will crash testing evolve over the next 20 years?

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As autonomous vehicles become widespread over the next few decades, it’s likely that crash testing will have to keep up with this technological revolution. Industry experts believe that introducing connected vehicles could virtually eliminate accidents within a generation, and, if cars are no longer crashing, this can have clear benefits on the manufacturing process in terms of using lighter, cheaper materials. So how will this sphere change over the next 10 or 20 years?

Period23 Mar 2020

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  • TitleCrash testing: how will crash testing evolve over the next 20 years?
    Media name/outletAutomotive Testing Technology International magazine (page 100)
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date23/03/20
    DescriptionAs autonomous vehicles become widespread over the next few decades, it’s likely that crash testing will have to keep up with this technological revolution. Industry experts believe that introducing connected vehicles could virtually eliminate accidents within a generation, and, if cars are no longer crashing, this can have clear benefits on the manufacturing process in terms of using lighter, cheaper materials. So how will this sphere change over the next 10 or 20 years?
    Producer/AuthorLiam McCann
    URLwww.ukimediaevents.com/publication/7e62cae8/100
    PersonsChristophe Bastien