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Your guide to the world of self-driving cars – from the technologies that make them happen to the driverless cars of the future.
A real-time simulation developed to model the effectiveness of a robotaxi fleet in New York City has led analysts at UBS Evidence Lab to estimate the size of the global robotaxi fleet market as reaching more than $2 trillion by 2030.
Autonomous delivery vehicles are set to revolutionise the e-commerce market and could travel 78 billion miles per year by 2040, according to new research from KPMG.
As the automobile enters an era of ADAS and autonomous driving, the Chinese ADAS and autonomous driving market was worth about RMB5.9 billion in 2017 and is expected to reach RMB42.6 billion in 2021, according to a new report from ResearchandMarkets.com.
A shift to autonomous modes of mobility could reduce the need for parking spaces in cities by as much as 48%, according to new research by the World Economic Forum.
Driven by the development of autonomous vehicles, increasing concerns for driver and vehicle safety and a growing focus towards reducing transportation costs, artificial intelligence in the transportation market is projected to reach US$3.5 billion by 2023, according to a report by P & S Market Research.
Helped by shared mobility services, which are set to account for nearly two-thirds of the market, the global autonomous driving market is expected to grow to $173.15 billion by 2030, according to new research from Frost & Sullivan.
The rapid deployment of autonomous vehicles, driven by OEMs, could lead to as many as 8 million consumer vehicles shipping in 2025 with Level 3 and Level 4 automated driving technologies, according a to new report from ABI Research.
The EU’s eCall mandate and rising adoption in China will be primary drivers of the growth that could see more than 125 million connected passenger cars with embedded connectivity shipped by 2022, according to new research from Counterpoint Research.
A well-designed autonomous vehicle parking lot could accommodate 62% more cars than a conventional one, for a given number of cars, according to research by a team at the University of Toronto.