Autonomous Vehicles Detroit 2019 Blog » Autonomous Vehicles Trends
Self-driving vehicles are still down the road, although the distance and time of arrival remain uncertain. What is known but isn't seemingly as readily discussed is the environmental benefits of the expanding industry. In short, robots have a smaller carbon footprint than humans. While alleviating traffic and reducing accidents is the industry’s overriding consideration, robots have more consistent driving habits.
The adage "strength in numbers' works across a wide pallet of industries and its meaning is clear. Far more can be done in a group compared to alone. There's a Strength in Numbers clothing line and a movie of the same name. Rap groups to indie bands have songs and albums using the term as titles. Collectively, the three words help define the more-than-ever integrated automotive industry. Autonomous vehicle innovators may wish the catapult into the future on their own. But as the automotive segment grows exponentially, much has changed.
As a follow up to our 2018 Autonomous & Connected Vehicle Industry Report, we created a new report to shed light on how the industry has evolved over the past year. Based on the data collected from 100+ automotive leaders, we took a deep dive into how the industry is confronting key challenges such as........