• New vehicles as our reality

    Trans Motauto World, Vol. 4 (2019), Issue 2, pg(s) 44-46

    The world is changing very fast. The future already arrived in industry. Europe and China expel classic automobiles and replace them with electrical. European Union predicts that till 2020 they will have 3,5 million electric cars and 800.000 stations for its filling. In Serbia according to the Ministry of Internal Affairs from 2011. only 114 vehicles on electric power and 90 hybrids were registered.
    The introduction of vehicles without a driver on the roads of the world will happen faster than lawmakers predicted. Recently, the countries began to discuss laws regulating autonomous vehicles, but only a few of them actually adopted such laws. California, Nevada, Michigan and Florida (USA) allow autonomous cars on the road, while their use on public roads in the states that have not enacted laws is neither illegal, nor specifically allowed.
    Experts warn that it could take decades before legislators permit the production of vehicles without manual commands and it is possible that during the transitional period when conventional and vehicles without a driver would share the road, security really could be worse. In order to get a vehicle permit, with robots and electronics in them must also stand the man, as well as the system which in the case of emergency enables taking control by man.
    The first passenger drone in the world that can independently carry one person by air got permission for testing in Nevada. In the race entered the Chinese, and the first flying car could have its first drive as soon as next year 2020. The Chinese company “Ehang” still in 2016 presented the model of unmanned aerial vehicle that can carry one person 30 kilometers by speed of 100 km/h. The “Airbus” vision of taxi that solves the problem of traffic jam by throwing away of wheels at a special station and hooking on for the roof the massive drone, to pick it up in the air at the critical moment, was presented.
    Expectations are that in this type of traffic the number of accidents would decrease for at least 90%, what would save thousands of human lives, while those who due to some limitations are not able to drive a car would not be discriminated, but could use self-driving vehicles like everybody else.

  • SOCIETY

    LEGAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE PROTECTION OF CBRN AGENTS IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

    Science. Business. Society., Vol. 1 (2016), Issue 4, pg(s) 33-36

    In this paper the authors present legal framework for the protection against CBRN agents in Bosnia and Herzegovina. By critical analyzing existing legal framework the authors will determine plausible legal course of action in cases of danger caused by CBRN agents. Namely, although use of CBRN agents for industrial purposes is thoroughly regulated the may be abused in the various activities against civil society. The may be abused through the acts of terrorism and sabotage and misused through inadequate handling of the agents and their byproducts. The final goal of this paper is to examine the applicable value of the existing legislation in this area in Bosnia and Herzegovina.