Tony Seba makes the case for TaaS: Transportation as a Service, and why it is highly plausible this will dominate traffic in 2030.
A key component of Autonomous vehicles will become a lot cheaper very soon. As predicted by Tony Seba in the above video.
To tackle these problems we’ve acquired Strobe, a company that has quietly been building the leading next-generation LIDAR sensors. Strobe’s new chip-scale LIDAR technology will significantly enhance the capabilities of our self-driving cars. But perhaps more importantly, by collapsing the entire sensor down to a single chip, we’ll reduce the cost of each LIDAR on our self-driving cars by 99%.
His book, "Clean Disruption" is a good read
In 1985, McKinsey anticipated that there would be 900,000 Cell Phone subscribers in the year 2000. There were 109 million.
In 2000, Kodak had $14bn in Revenue, they invented the digital camera and were bankrupt due to tech disruption.
we are going to underestimate autonomous vehicles in the same way
@VFTP Paul you are going to love this