Prospects and Benefits of Using Autonomous Vehicles
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Tarasov Alexander Yurievich Cand.Sci.(Law), Associate professor, Head of the Department of Organization of Activities of Subdivisions to Ensure Road Safety
Moscow regional branch of the Moscow University of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia named after V.YA. Kikot
Staroteryaevo, Moscow region, Russia Tarasova Irina A. Cand. Sci. (Law), Associate Professor; Senior teacher of the department of state, civil and law disciplines
Moscow regional branch of the Moscow University of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia named after V.YA. Kikot
Russian Federation
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Abstract:
The purpose of the article is to study the formation of modern vehicle technologies, including vehicles with a high degree of autonomy, using the example of technologically advanced world states. The object of the study is public relations in the field of road safety related to the development and operation of vehicles with a high degree of autonomy. At the same time, the subject of research is the technologies underlying semi-autonomous and fully autonomous vehicles. Within the framework of the research methodology, using the comparative-legal methods, an analysis of the main stages in the development and formation of technologies of modern vehicles with a high degree of autonomy was carried out. Particular attention is paid to the study of various studies to determine the main benefits of introducing autonomous vehicles. These include improving road safety, reducing traffic congestion and reducing air pollution. Scientific research has shown that significant advances are possible in each of these areas. Advances in artificial intelligence, software that uses advanced computing to solve problems, and past experience-based software analytics allow on-board computers connected to cloud processing platforms to instantly integrate data and select the best driving mode
How to Cite:
Tarasov A.Y., Tarasova I.A., (2022), PROSPECTS AND BENEFITS OF USING AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES. Gaps in Russian Legislation, 2 => 16-19.
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Keywords:
vehicles with a high degree of autonomy, software, artificial intelligence, road safety, intelligent transport systems.


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