"In less than a year, you'll be able to go from highway on-ramp to highway exit without touching any controls."
— Elon Musk, CEO Tesla
"Completely driverless cars are 20 to 30 years away."
— John Capp, Dir. Active Safety, GM
Series-built cars with autonomous functions "will be technically feasible this decade."
— Rupert Stadler, CEO Audi
"Self-driving cars that include driver control are expected...before 2025 and self-driving 'only' cars are anticipated around 2030."
"Self-driving vehicles [will comprise] 75 percent of the traffic stream by 2040."
What will be real when?
Hundreds of factors will influence the timing and outcome of Driverless Futures: technology readiness, system costs, connectivity requirements, regulations, business models, consumer adoption, and urban adaptation.
Which factors does your organization need to monitor and understand better?
Who's going to play?
Many industries will potentially be disrupted: agriculture, automotive, entertainment, energy, health care, human resources, information technology, infrastructure, insurance, logistics, manufacturing, public administration, retail and hospitality, and transportation are a few.
How will your organization be affected?
The uncertainty surrounding driverless vehicles is enormous; the impacts are huge!
Every year in the United States alone, driverless cars could save:
- $536 billion in costs from injuries and fatalities
- $158 billion in fuel costs
- $149 billion from roadway congestion
- $422 billion in lost productivity
- 28,800 lives.
Leverage SBI's scenarios and strategic roadmapping processes to help your organization make sense out of how and when Driverless Futures will be a reality, and how to maximize your organization's role in creating and benefiting from that reality.
Contact us now to learn more about Driverless Futures.
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