The Principles in Transgero have recently published a number of articles in leading scientific journals and Technology Magazines.


Scientific Peer Review Journals

Pütz, F., Murphy, F., Mullins, M. and O’Malley, L., 2019. Connected automated vehicles and insurance: Analysing future market-structure from a business ecosystem perspective. Technology in Society59, p.101182.


Cunneen, M., Mullins, M., Murphy, F., Shannon, D., Furxhi, I. and Ryan, C., 2019. Autonomous Vehicles and Avoiding the Trolley (Dilemma): Vehicle Perception, Classification, and the Challenges of Framing Decision Ethics. Cybernetics and Systems, pp.1-22.


Sheehan, B., Murphy, F., Mullins, M. and Ryan, C., 2019. Connected and autonomous vehicles: A cyber-risk classification framework. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice124, pp.523-536.


Bellet, T., Cunneen, M., Mullins, M., Murphy, F., Pütz, F., Spickermann, F., Braendle, C. and Baumann, M.F., 2019. From semi to fully autonomous vehicles: New emerging risks and ethico-legal challenges for human-machine interactions. Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour63, pp.153-164.


Ryan, C., Murphy, F. and Mullins, M., 2019. Semiautonomous Vehicle Risk Analysis: A Telematics‐Based Anomaly Detection Approach. Risk analysis39(5), pp.1125-1140.


Murphy, F., Pütz, F., Mullins, M., Rohlfs, T., Wrana, D. and Biermann, M., 2019. The impact of autonomous vehicle technologies on product recall risk. International Journal of Production Research, pp.1-14.


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