A discussion about the future of mobility is inconceivable without the topic of automated driving. Expectations are high: If computers controlled cars, this would solve many problems - fewer traffic jams, reduced emissions, not so many accidents anymore. At the same time, however, the topic also evokes fears about foreign control and security.
Automated driving plays an essential role in the changes to the transport system. Different expectations from all directions point to specific fields of application and reflect the interests of the stakeholders involved. The aim is to create an overall view that integrates all perspectives and weighs up all interests. Achieving this requires a sound, communicative process that establishes a basic consensus about goals and priorities among the actors involved.