The Future of Autonomous Driving is Coming Down the Road Fast with Major Implications for Real Estate
Intel Sees Fast-Developing Driving Technologies Ushering in $7 Trillion ‘Passenger Economy’ by 2050, Real Estate to Rethink Everything from Amenities to Zoning
June 14, 2017 | by Mark Heschmeyer | CoStar
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich has a warning for companies and industries that haven’t started to prepare for the next big tech disruptor — don’t wait.
“Companies should start thinking about their autonomous driving strategy now,” said Krzanich, who ranks the fast-developing technology on par with the rise of personal computing, the internet and smartphones for its potential impact on traditional business models.
“Less than a decade ago, no one was talking about the potential of a soon-to-emerge app or sharing economy because no one saw it coming. This is why we started the conversation around the passenger economy early, to wake people up to the opportunity streams that will emerge when cars become the most powerful mobile data generating devices we use, and people swap driving for riding.”
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