The potential reduction in parking spaces required in the City of Boston as the result of a shift to autonomous mobility.
Source: Reshaping Urban Mobility with Autonomous Vehicles Lessons from the City of Boston, World Economic Forum
The proportion of adult internet users who say they are not inclined to ride in a self-driving car, according to a survey by the Brookings Institution.
Source: Brookings Institution: Brookings survey finds only 21 percent willing to ride in a self-driving car
The percentage of respondents to a recent survey who said they are likely or very likely to support the use of autonomous vehicles to improve the independence of seniors and individuals with disabilities.
Source: Coalition for Future Mobility: Americans Support Autonomous Vehicles to Help Seniors, People with Disabilities
The proportion of respondents to a recent survey who would feel comfortable letting an autonomous vehicle drive them without the option of being able to take control.
The proportion of connected car drivers in a recent survey who said they would not buy a self-driving car, even if cost was no issue.
The proportion of respondents to a recent Northeastern University/Gallup survey who said they are unlikely to use fully self-driving cars when they arrive on the roads.
The proportion of drivers who believe semi-autonomous driving technology, such as automated park assist, self-driving autopilot and lane-departure sensors, would make them safer drivers.
Source: Everquote: Study Shows a Simple Smartphone Feature Can Reduce Distracted Driving
The global ADAS and autonomous driving components market generated $2.76 billion in the year 2016, as demand rose for driver assistance features such as adaptive cruise control, parking assistance, lane departure warning, and automated emergency braking.
Source: BIS Research, Global ADAS and Autonomous Driving Components Market, Analysis & Forecast – 2017-2026