E-mobility and autonomous driving
1. February 2022
This is not a dream of the future, but already a reality in parts of Japan and the USA. Of course, there are still major problems standing in the way. We are all following the relevant court cases surrounding Tesla in the USA. The case law in Germany shows enormous hurdles when it comes to regulating responsibility. Despite the huge number of new satellites in space, the centimeter-precise measurement of roads required for autonomous driving is far from being available everywhere.
Not to mention the traffic signs, which at most in Tokyo and Yokohama are positioned so precisely and clearly that the AI in the vehicles can cope with them. Why are we bringing this topic up here? Because it is clearly in the same breach. E-mobility projects with all their facets will fundamentally change the project landscape over the next 20 years. And that means, above all, controlled border crossings. Boundary crossings in cross-company cooperation, cooperation between private individuals and professionals, close cooperation between government agencies and small entrepreneurs, etc., etc., etc.
Faircom Industries is now already involved in projects that deal precisely with solving these problems, some of which are completely new, and developing and implementing viable solutions very quickly. Therefore, an important foundational topic for a company like Faircom Industries deals with project-based identity and the time-limited roles of stakeholders as standardized processes.