Recently, new regulations came into force in the European Union requiring automakers to equip new cars with an intelligent speed limiting system – Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA). According to experts’ forecasts, the introduction of this system can reduce road deaths by 26-50%.
The rules came into force on July 7, but only for completely new cars. That is, if some automaker launches a new model on the market, it should already have the same ISA system, but the models already present can not be updated yet.
But for now, since from July 2024 all new cars sold in the EU must be equipped with ISA, that is, companies will have to add the appropriate systems to their current cars as part of restyling.
The introduction of ISA is a huge step forward in road safety and can significantly reduce road traffic injuries and deaths. Automakers now have the opportunity to maximize the potential of ISA to create safer roads for all