Reprioritization of Autonomous Vehicles Development is Needed
Everyone is in the self-driving car race. Google has been developing autonomous driving capabilities since 2009 and continues to demonstrate incremental improvement in its autonomous driving technology since. By 2012, Google’s fleet has logged 300,000 self-driven miles. Tesla’s AutoPilot, another household name on the driverless car stage, has logged nearly 250 million miles of hands-free driving. Delphi’s Roadrunner completed a nearly 3,400-mile cross-country trip, 98% of it in self-driving mode.
Fearing the perception of falling behind in the race to take the checkered flag, practically all major automakers and suppliers are investing heavily in self-driving technologies and are very vocal telling their own bold vision of crash-free, stress-free traffic. And if you are a car executive who doesn’t dream big enough, you are out! Read More