28 January 2019
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Autonomous driving (AD) is on everyone’s lips when it comes to the next big thing in the automotive industry, especially as it is nowadays regularly featured in the daily press. Self-driving cars are certainly the most fascinating and for some the scariest of all future mobility applications, but it is probably the one that relies most on core technologies, some of which have been available for a long time. When it comes to disruption in the automotive sector, connectivity is just as important for AD as artificial intelligence. And ultimately, AD is just the enabling technology for new mobility offerings, like mobility as a service and autonomous taxis.

Christoph Moeller discusses the IP twists and turns on the road towards autonomous driving in an article published by Intellectual Property Magazine

Christoph is a Partner and Patent Attorney at Mewburn Ellis in our Munich office. Christoph leads our EU Design practice and is regularly involved in European and national design registration and design litigation matters. He advises clients on all aspects of IP strategy and portfolio management, including employee inventions in Germany, and also handles patent drafting and prosecution before the EPO and the German Patent and Trade Mark Office (DPMA), particularly in the fields of electrical engineering and ICT/CII.
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