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ISA on all new European Vehicles by 2022

1 June 2021

Intelligent Speed Assistance set for launch on all new EU vehicle types from 2022

ETSC has welcomed endorsement by EU Member States of technical standards for Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA) , paving the way for the technology to be installed on all new models of vehicle sold in the European Union from next year.

ETSC is calling on vehicle manufacturers to go beyond the minimum requirements of the legislation to maximise the huge potential safety benefits of the technology

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