Better AV performance in the last 50-feet is crucial

More focus should be placed on delivering a smooth beginning and end to the autonomous vehicle ride experience. By Will Girling

The market for vehicle sensors is growing—Verified Market Research calculated its 2021 value at US$26.9bn globally, with the potential to reach US$46.3bn by 2030. The broader adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) and increasing consumer awareness of sensors’ safety benefits are key motivators for this growth. However, the concurrent development of autonomous vehicles (AVs) is putting the full potential of sensor technology to the test.

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