CTA Statement on AV 4.0 Announcement at CES

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The following statement is attributed to Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, Consumer Technology Association (CTA)®, on U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao’s announcement of AV 4.0 at CES 2020:

“CES is the showplace for vehicle tech innovation, and we’re thrilled Secretary Chao announced AV 4.0 on our keynote stage. Self-driving technology is the future of mobility—making our roads safer and improving mobility for seniors and the disabled.

“Our industry must continue to work with government to ensure the success and adoption of self-driving vehicles. The partnership between the White House and U.S. Department of Transportation is proof government is prioritizing the adoption of self-driving technology. We look forward to our continued work together on policies that enable this technology to thrive.”

AV 4.0, a set of guiding policy principles for self-driving technology, is a first-ever partnership between the Department of Transportation and the White House.

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One Response to “CTA Statement on AV 4.0 Announcement at CES”

  1. Covering Circle Covering Circle Says:

    The following statement is attributed to Gary Shapiro, president, and CEO, Consumer Technology Association (CTA)®, on U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao’s announcement of AV 4.0 at CES 2020:
    “CES is the showplace for vehicle tech innovation, and we’re thrillVisit ed Secretary Chao announced AV 4.0 on our keynote stage. Self-driving technology is the future of mobility—making our roads safer and improving mobility for seniors and the disabled.

    CES 2020 provides access to the most transformative tech across various marketplaces, such as 5G, artificial intelligence, augmented and virtual reality, smart home, smart cities, vehicles, digital health and more. Industry leaders and rising stars will come together to pioneer future innovation driving the ever-evolving tech industry. CES was named one of USA Today’s 10 Best Auto Shows and nine out of the ten top global auto suppliers are represented at the show.
    This has come as no surprise, for a non-driver whose hope is to one day drive, I am hopeful to see the other possibilities that will emerge when they take into account other aspects of care that would enable us to have fewer deaths on our streets and highways. we know that many people want the joining of technology with humans and that would not be right, but placing technology in innate objects would greatly benefit those who want more independence in driving.

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