Autonomous driving is 'happening', but slower than expected

January 11, 2024

"Technology saves lives" by improving road safety, said Christophe Perillat, head of the French Valeo group. But, for the time being, autonomous vehicles mainly make headlines when they are involved in accidents. Tesla's "Autopilot" assisted driving system (which is level 2) was accused of giving drivers the false impression that the car was driving itself, thereby provoking accidents. According to a recent study by reinsurer Swiss Re, basing itself on Google's Waymo One driverless taxis, the autonomous vehicle is "is significantly safer towards other road users than human drivers are." According to the McKinsey Center for Future Mobility, autonomous driving could generate between $300 and $400 billion worldwide by 2035.

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