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Self-driving vehicles, testing by the public in Norway

Self-driving vehicles, testing by the public in Norway

Self-driving vehicles, testing by the public in Norway

Background & policy context: 

The Norwegian Government wants to make it easier for Norwegians to put innovative technologies to use in their daily lives. Digitalization within the transport sector is providing many exciting opportunities of that kind. The development and implementation of assisted driving is already making our roads safer. Further development and real-world use of such systems will probably prevent accidents and make our roads even safer. Laws and regulations should promote innovation while ensuring safety, trafficability, data security and data privacy, said Norwegian Minister of Transport Ketil Solvik-Olsen.

Objectives: 

The objective of the bill is to facilitate the testing of self-driving vehicles on Norwegian roads by the public within the framework of traffic safety while protecting the integrity of personal information.

Funding Source(s): 
Ministry of Transport and Communications
Organisation: 
Ministry of Transport and Communications
Address: 
Postboks 8010 Dep
Zipcode: 
0030
City: 
Oslo
Contact country:
Telephone: 
+ 47 22 24 81 52