European automakers and telecom firms have asked the EU Commission to fund a four-year driverless project, which will take place across several EU countries.
It is the first cross-country driverless project in Europe, backed by Orange, Deutsche Telekom, Ericsson, BMW, and Renault, alongside other firms associated with ACEA, CLEPA, ETNO, ECTA, and GSMA.
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The tests would focus on switching wireless networks, internet speeds, and conditions on the road