Mobility services like Uber, Lyft, and Didi play an important role in personal transportation today, and the advent of autonomous driving holds the potential to revolutionize mobility-on-demand once again. As automakers, suppliers, and technology companies continue to develop, test, and deploy pilot programs, many headwinds remain for both autonomous vehicles and autonomous mobility.
Technology is the core enabler, and the industry is gaining invaluable experience as the transition from ADAS to automated driving shapes the driving experience. Meanwhile, other factors from regulation to cost to consumer adoption will all play vital roles in any future success of autonomous driving and autonomous mobility-as-a-service. Both China and America are leading in these early stages, with Europe not far behind, and each with its own approach and unique market traits.
This presentation was originally presented as an ATI webinar on September 14, 2023 (link).