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.
About the Authors
Founded in Germany in 1967, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants now has 50 offices worldwide, with 2,400 employees in 36 countries.
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