The Future of Cars: Shared and Driverless Transportation

Radiocasts | February 2, 2016 by Bonnie D. Graham

The buzz: Need a ride?…

We have been fed the bread crumbs of connected cars for years. First the radio, then ABS braking, electrics steering, lane departure warning, collision avoidance, back-up cameras and more. Today these features are in virtually all new vehicles.

We are now poised to take the plunge into a world of autonomous self-driving vehicles that will be connected, coordinated, shared, driverless and tailored to purpose. Why the delay? We’re waiting for “uber” brain to control everything.

When that day comes, what will your ride look like?

The experts speak.

Larry Stolle, SAP: “The car industry is going to change more in the next five years than it has in the last 50.” (Dan Ammann)

Heather Ashton, IDC: “My definition of ‘innovative’ is providing value to the customer.” (Mary Barra)

Otto Schell, GM: “If you see a snake, just kill it. Don’t appoint a committee on snakes.” (Henry Ross Perot)

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