BRUSSELS – The European automotive industry is welcoming a commitment by the European Union’s executive body, the European Commission, to have all new vehicles connected to the internet by 2022. A policy paper on automated mobility, released May 17 during Forum Europe’s annual Connected Cars Europe conference here, emphasizes the role of digital technology in meeting this goal. “High levels of investment will be needed and new jobs will be created to develop new ...

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