One in seven cars ‘will feature highly automated features by 2030’

One in seven cars will feature highly automated features by 2030, new analysis from Frost & Sullivan has shown. Its Strategic Outlook of Global Autonomous Driving Market in 2016 found the need to reduce road fatalities and enhance the commute experience of passengers is unlikely to be a strong adoption driver for autonomous driving. However, OEMs will instead be impelled by the need to forge the best partnerships and build a reliable eco system with diverse entities that can provide value at various stages. “Meanwhile, the market is enthusiastically adopting and investing in revolutionary technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and deep learning,” said Arunprasad Nandakumar, intelligent mobility research analyst at Frost & Sullivan. “In fact, a strong AI and deep learning wing is considered vital for designing a sustainable business model for autonomous…


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