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US AEB agreement gets Europe talking

The recent agreement by OEMs in the US to make AEB standard has some industry watchers suggesting that Europe may be falling behind. By Megan Lampinen

A group of vehicle manufacturers in the US recently agreed to make automated emergency braking (AEB) standard across their line-ups by 2022. Instead of an official mandate from local regulators, the commitment is entirely voluntary. The move has met with mixed reactions, attracting both support and criticism. In Europe, some industry watchers have suggested that it is a sign of the US pulling ahead on the safety front.

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