2019 saw progress in the digitalization of vehicle interface to unlock a new level of Connected services and enhanced personalization, while AI virtual assistants expanded from consumer electronics to modern vehicle interiors. However, ‘’Intelligent vehicles’’ are still in their infancy. 2019 also promised robot-taxis, Level 4-Valet parking pilots, V2X and truck platooning test beds. But car makers were unable to overcome the techno-commercial roadblocks to introduce highly-automated driving (Level 3), with automated-mobility-on-demand restricted to geo-fenced pilots.
The 2020s will see next-generation cockpits providing new, personalized passenger experiences, including intuitive interaction with the vehicle interface and innovative new services. In addition, the evolution of key enablers such as AI and perception technology will unlock the commercialization of highly-automated driving which promises to give back time lost in commute, but also impacts road users and powers new business models in the value chain. Finally, individual mobility will enter the 3rd dimension expanding vertically in flying taxis and private drones.
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