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Watch the live interview on 26 May with Bosch’s Jürgen Müller and Matthew Avery from Thatcham Research

Join us for the latest Autocar Business Live webinar, for a discussion around the reality of autonomous cars. As the technology moves onto the next stage of automation, we’ll delve into whether a fully autonomous vehicle is a pipe dream or actually points the way to a more relaxing journey of the future. 

Hosts Jim Holder and Steve Cropley will be joined by Jürgen Müller, vice president driver assistance and autonomous driving at Bosch, and Matthew Avery, director of insurance research at Thatcham.

Müller has worked at Bosch for over 13 years, and was previously project leader of Libertus, an autonomous shuttle and transportation solution. Avery acts as the liaison between insurers, vehicle manufacturers, legislators and global NCAP initiatives in all aspects of crash testing, with a view to encouraging safer designs and more cost effective vehicle repair.

The free webinar takes place on Wednesday 26 May at 2.30pm, as we look to discover what the future holds for autonomous vehicles. You can sign up to the webinar by clicking here.

Audience members will also be able to submit questions during the event, which will be addressed during the webinar, time-permitting. 

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scrap 6 May 2021

Fully autonomous cars are still years away, aren't they?