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Il futuro è adesso. Governare gli impatti spaziali dei veicoli a guida autonoma
Titolo Rivista: TERRITORIO 
Autori/Curatori: Elisabetta Vitale Brovarone, Luca Davico, Jacopo Scudellari, Luca Staricco 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2019 Fascicolo: 88 Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  8 P. 149-156 Dimensione file:  535 KB
DOI:  10.3280/TR2019-088021
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I Veicoli a Guida Autonoma (vga) non sono più fantascienza. Al rapido sviluppo tecnologico promosso dalle imprese del settore automotive vanno affiancandosi sempre più esperienze di sperimentazione di questa tecnologia in ambiente urbano. La letteratura scientifica sta affrontando da diversi punti di vista i possibili effetti dei vga; benché gli interrogativi aperti restino molti, soprattutto in ragione dell’ampio margine di incertezza che circonda lo sviluppo di questi veicoli, sta emergendo una crescente preoccupazione in merito ai potenziali impatti negativi che i vga potranno avere sulla città. A partire dal dibattito sugli effetti attesi e sui possibili approcci nel gestire la transizione verso i vga, l’articolo riporta gli esiti di un focus group condotto nell’ambito di un esercizio di backcasting orientato alla definizione di politiche per indirizzare la diffusione dei vga a Torino.


Keywords: Veicoli a guida autonoma; impatti spaziali; backcasting

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Elisabetta Vitale Brovarone, Luca Davico, Jacopo Scudellari, Luca Staricco, in "TERRITORIO" 88/2019, pp. 149-156, DOI:10.3280/TR2019-088021

   

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