China may be first in large-scale autonomous vehicle adoption
The promise of driving has been looming over the transportation industry for the better part of this decade, but full-scale commercial adoption of the technology is still a topic of contention. This is because there are simply too many factors that play a role in deciding the roadmap to adoption, with technology development being the lowest rung on the ladder.
Passenger or goods hauling could be another differentiator, with cargo movement likely to be the first to be approved. All this being said, fully autonomous vehicles are still at least a decade away, with Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Level 4 being the highest possible autonomy that we can anticipate in the near future. SAE Level 4 is defined as “no human interaction required.”
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Article by : Vishnu Rajamanickam, staff writer
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