Autonomous Vehicle technology, while developing rapidly, is still largely in the prototype or testing stage. This is particularly true for those technologies required for vehicles to be truly ‘driverless’.
Rapid urbanization combined with increasing demand for goods and people to be moved in mass and at speed means mobility matters more than ever. Logistics companies, mobility platforms and vehicle original equipment manufacturers (OEMS) are competing to lead the way, and have invested some $80BN globally in connected autonomous vehicles (CAVS).
In this report, our experts breakdown the potential impact autonomous vehicles may have on commercial real estate, and the ripple effects it may have on central business districts, retail, logistics and parking. They also explore AV trends in the U.K. and make predictions for the future.