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#SheDrivesMobility #51 – Carolina of Bosch speaks about autonomous driving

I really like the exchange with such people, because they give their point of view in an appreciative and simple way and accept the fact that currently only a minority is in touch with the big change in mobility.I also asked Carolina to explain the different levels of autonomous driving as an introduction to our talk – this goes from level 0 (which corresponds to a normal car) to level 5 (fully autonomous). And I love her picture, which makes it clear what this means: You can first take your hand off the handlebars, then your eyes, and at the end (at level 5) even your brain off the road, because the car can take over everything for you.

We talk about the opportunities of autonomous driving, the MUST of thinking in systems and we take a trip around the world and look at the different countries and their unfortunately very different approaches to autonomous driving.

An autonomous driving car will NEVER produce more errors than a human, yet it is right to set high standards for these vehicles.

Carolina sees opportunities especially for people who are already struggling to move well through life. After all, autonomous vehicles come on demand and bring the function that is needed: Space for a stroller, accessibility – or even a car just for me. But – and this is fantastic – I no longer have to buy a car just for me, I pay for the mobility I need at that exact moment. This frees up time for me AND details like urban space in equal measure.

Carolina puts a big question mark on Tesla’s claim to be close to Level 5, estimating that Waymo is ahead and Tesla is about Level 2.

She Drives Mobility mit drei e-Car-Maniacs

Chris ist einem sofort vertraut – nicht als Mensch, aber als Stimme. Er ist professioneller Sprecher im TV. Und da Autos seine große Leidenschaft sind, hat er Beruf mit Passion kombiniert, rausgekommen ist Car Maniac. Er hat mittlerweile fast 100.000 Follower:innen bei YouTube, macht dort Reviews über Autos, die teilweise noch nicht mal auf dem Markt sind Er sieht sich als Ansprechpartner für E-Mobilität, da er privat nur noch E-Auto fährt und dort schon viele längere Touren unternommen hat. Dr. Alexander Schuller ist im Produktmanagement Elektrifizierung beim e-tron Systemangebot der Audi AG tätig. Ihn treiben Themen wie verlässliche Ladeinfrastruktur und hohe Kund:innenzufriedenheit im elektrischen Premiumsegment um. Zusammen mit Simon Schilling von Wiedergrün macht er hier auch Projekte, um Kund:innen möglichst breite Möglichkeiten von e-Tankstellen bereitzustellen.