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Posted on 28 January 2019

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

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Christoph Moeller

Contact Christoph Moeller

Christoph is spearheading our dedicated team of future mobility experts. He has previously worked for different global players in the transportation sector, in the automotive and aerospace field. His background in electronics and engineering, and in particular his previous involvement in IT, computer software and telecommunications matters, means he is well versed in assisting companies in the future mobility sector with the various challenges they face. Christoph is located in our Munich Office and is a German Patent Attorney and a European Patent Attorney and holds two Master of Laws Degrees. Besides attending to patent matters in our engineering practice group before the German Patent and Trade Mark Office and the European Patent Offices as well as the German Patent Courts and the Higher Regional Courts, he is involved in our design practice. Due to his previous position as head of patents of a globally operating Swiss Engineering Company, he also advises on all matters of IP strategy.

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