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The next installment of the Morgan Lewis Automotive Hour webinar series will focus on All Things EV—Regulatory and Commercial Considerations in the electric vehicle (EV) space. Our presenters will discuss the potential impact of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 on the EV industry, grant contracts and federal funding for EVs, and general regulatory and commercial issues affecting the EV industry.
Join Daniel S. Savrin and Mark J. Fanelli in the next installment of the Morgan Lewis Automotive Hour Webinar series, focused on All Things Autonomous – Regulatory and Commercial Considerations for Delivery Robots (On and Off Campus), Escooters, and Drones.
The importance of cybersecurity in the autonomous vehicle setting is well known, but nuance and complexity will be on our LiDAR (a pulsed laser that measures ranges) where the rubber meets the road.
California was one of the first states to allow autonomous vehicles (self-driving cars) to be tested on public roads. On April 2, 2018, the state began allowing self-driving cars without a driver in the vehicle to be tested on public roads. Before these new regulations, California only allowed autonomous vehicles to be tested on public roads with an approved driver.