Welcome to this automotive industry trend from Proco Global. Over the following report, we explore elements crucial to the future of driving (autonomy, electricity and connectivity), speak to Dr. Teresa Escrig, an AI expert, and consider the ramifications of the movement towards driverless technology on recruitment.
Driverless vehicles are already on our roads, but how close are we to using them for our daily commute?
There are still many unanswered questions surrounding the level of autonomy that vehicles will have in the future—there’s the question of whether passengers need to occasionally take control, for instance—and then there’s the issue of what these cars will run on, whether it’s a combustion engine, electricity or hydrogen. It’s also hard to say whether individuals will need personal cars when it’s easy to call or jump into a robotaxi.
Despite these lingering uncertainties, driverless cars are set to become just another modern convenience over the next few decades. From a recruitment perspective, this means that it’s all change in the automotive industry and an incredibly exciting time to get involved.
I hope that you find the insights offered in this report useful. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you would like to discuss any of these topics further—or to discuss your future career in this fast-paced industry.
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