Connected Automated Vehicles and Australian Personal Injury Compensation Schemes

Kieran Tranter, Mark Brady, Kylie Burns, Tania Leiman

    Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

    Abstract

    80%+ motor vehicle accidents attributable to human driver error.
    2015-16 road trauma rising.
    CAV championed as next stage in road trauma reduction.

    Key issues:
    Can existing CTP schemes (and NIIS) cope? (Threshold issues)
    Who might be liable under CTP schemes (and NIIS)?
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2017
    Event2nd International Driverless Vehicle Summit: Translating technology to real-world deployment - Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, Australia
    Duration: 15 Nov 201717 Nov 2017

    Conference

    Conference2nd International Driverless Vehicle Summit
    CountryAustralia
    CityAdelaide
    Period15/11/1717/11/17
    OtherThe Australia and New Zealand Driverless Vehicle Initiative (ADVI) invites you to attend and gain access to global thought leadership on the subject of driverless vehicles, and their safe implementation onto our road network.

    At the ‘Translating technology to real-world deployment’ themed event, you will learn about current ADVI activities from an array of prominent ADVI partners and other national and international experts.

    This international event will provide an update on the Australia and New Zealand Driverless Vehicle Initiative AND access to global thought leadership.

    Keywords

    • Insurance
    • Liability
    • Personal injury compensation
    • Automated vehicles

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    Tranter, K., Brady, M., Burns, K., & Leiman, T. (2017). Connected Automated Vehicles and Australian Personal Injury Compensation Schemes. Abstract from 2nd International Driverless Vehicle Summit, Adelaide, Australia.