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21 03 2018 01

Europe's slower and more regulated testing of autonomous vehicles may reduce the likelihood of the kind of accidents seen this week in the U.S., industry experts said.

Executives at automakers on Tuesday also advised the industry take its time to get the technology right, after an Uber autonomous vehicle fatally collided with a woman in Tempe, Arizona on Sunday.

"The U.S. is in no way reckless when it comes to autonomous driving tests -- but in Europe and especially in Germany, rules are a notch stricter when it comes to putting cars on actual public streets," said Harald Proff, an autonomous driving expert at Deloitte. "That sometimes means things aren't moving as fast, but all this is meant to avoid exactly those tragic accidents."

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