We’ve already covered what autonomous driving is. Now, let’s take a look how this futuristic world of self-driving cars will benefit society in more ways than one. There will be improved safety, less traffic, convenient parking, more free time, and environmental benefits.
Envision a world where all cars, buses, and trains operate themselves. No humans, no bus drivers, no conductors, just smart technology. Imagine getting in your car for your morning commute, drinking a cup of coffee, reading the news, while your car drives itself to work.
When I woke up Friday morning, I was expecting a normal day at work, sitting at my desk, working at my computer. Little did I know, I was going to experience something extraordinary. Just before lunch, I was asked to accompany a coworker for a demo ride…
InnoVEX, one of the feature events of Computex, hosts hundreds of startups from all around the world to showcase their unique innovations, and I was fortunate enough to be there. Specifically focusing on automotive and mobility, I attended the Audi Innovation Award.
There are many ways to look at the emerging autonomous vehicle market landscape. I like to keep my own view of it as simple as possible by breaking it down into three segments.