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The Future of Urban Mobility

  Self-driving car are inevitable, in part because the technology to achieve them is already here, says Randy Miller, Global Automotive & Transportation Leader for EY.
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Self-driving car are inevitable, in part because the technology to achieve them is already here, says Randy Miller, Global Automotive & Transportation Leader for EY.

EY’s new study, Who’s in the driving seat?, describes the future of urban mobility, including car sharing and autonomous vehicles. Miller says full adoption of robotic vehicles will take 15-20 years, with the pace strongly driven by advances in the man-machine interface.

Even then, tomorrow’s cars are likely to retain the capability of being driven by a human pilot, adds study co-author Peter Fuss, EY Senior Advisory Partner. EY has partnered with Swiss advanced-car developer Rinspeed and several suppliers to create Budii, a concept of just such a vehicle.

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