As demands for safety and mobility have grown and technological possibilities have multiplied, interest in automation has grown. Seeking to accelerate the development and introduction of fully automated vehicles and highways, the United States Congress authorized more than $650 million over six years for intelligent transport systems (ITS) and demonstration projects in the 1991 Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA). Congress legislated in ISTEA that "the Secretary of Transportation shall develop an automated highway and vehicle prototype from which future fully automated intelligent vehicle-highway systems can be developed. Such development shall include research in human factors to ensure the success of the man-machine relationship. The goal of this program is to have the first fully automated highway roadway or an automated test track in operation by 1997. This system shall accommodate installation of equipment in new and existing motor vehicles." [ISTEA 1991, part B, Section 6054(b)].
The costs of automation to the environment are different depending on the technology, product or engine automated. There are automated engines that consume more energy resources from the Earth in comparison with previous engines and vice versa. Hazardous operations, such as oil refining, the manufacturing of industrial chemicals, and all forms of metal working, were always early contenders for automation.[dubious – discuss]
cents ans. Mais les outils numériques peuvent influencer leur mise en œuvre. Par exemple, pouvoir fournir immédiatement un retour pertinent à un élève lors de la réalisation d’une série d’exercices peut favoriser le processus d’automatisation. De même, pour comprendre un phénomène dynamique complexe (comme le galop du cheval), le fait de pouvoir […] Lire la suite☛ http://www.universalis.fr/encyclopedie/apprentissage-avec-le-numerique/#i_2513