“Autonomous driving” is coming, but automotive industry players must act fast to secure their places.
In the not-so-distant future, your car will navigate the roads, drop you at your destination and then park itself. Many people will even forgo private ownership in favor of “mobility-on-demand” services. Unproductive commutes, pollution and accidents should all decrease dramatically. However, while “autonomous driving” offers a wealth of money-making opportunities, the automotive industry needs to plan strategically in order to capitalize on the opportunities in the coming years. This is the advice of the consultants at Roland Berger, a German global consultancy firm. getAbstract recommends their report to auto industry players, technology enthusiasts and daily drivers who want to know what’s ahead.
In this summary, you will learn
- How much the “autonomous driving” market could be worth by 2030
- What automotive industry front-runners must do to stay in the lead and
- How suppliers can leverage their competencies to stay relevant
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