Autonomous fleets need to be embedded into real-world operations

Autonomous vehicles offer plenty of on paper benefits, but to maximise their potential they must soon learn out in the real world. By Jack Hunsley

Developing a vehicle capable of driving unassisted on public roads has proven a monumental task for even the automotive industry’s most technologically advanced and well-backed stakeholders. Scale this up to a fleet of hundreds or potentially thousands of autonomous vehicles (AVs), all reliant on the same cellular networks and real-time information, and the task appears even more daunting. However, if the industry is to achieve Vision Zero—a future free of vehicular injuries and deaths—it’s a challenge that must be conquered.

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