Perhaps the answer to our food shortage lies in solving a simple, though still difficult, engineering problem: the ability to pick and harvest crops at speed and efficiency with minimum downtime.
While still nascent, V2V is quickly being developed to enable vehicles to wirelessly exchange information.
Moving away from the material transportation uses case discussed in Part II of our series, it’s time to take an even closer look at unregulated spaces where AV technology might find a winner: industrial machines and vehicles already in operation. Since customers will already own these machines (with plenty of life left in them), reinventingContinue reading “Autonomous Vehicle Part III: The Race to Retrofit the Wheel”
While it may be some time until autonomous vehicles are on the roads, there is certainly space for them in other sectors.
Why haven’t autonomous vehicles proliferated our roads with robo-taxis and made car ownership all but unnecessary?