ROAD AHEADAUTONOMOUS VEHICLES
In the not-too-distant future, solar-paneled and electric self-driving vehicles will speed people and cargo from the West Coast to Arizona in half the time it now takes. Autonomous vehicles promise to make surface and air transportation safer and cheaper, reduce congestion and fuel consumption, and ultimately reduce the cost of doing business and increase productivity. The potential oﬀshoots of this technology seem almost limitless. When disaster strikes in isolated regions, autonomous airborne vehicles could deliver medicine, supplies and hope. Unmanned balloons, planes and low-ﬂying micro-satellites will deliver high-speed broadband – connectivity – to every corner of the world.
MOVING AT THE SPEED OF INNOVATION
ESTIMATED ECONOMIC IMPACT OF CARS AND TRUCKS BY 2025
THE AMOUNT OF WORK DAYS THE AVERAGE AMERICAN SPENDS DRIVING
1 TRILLION, 100 MILLION, 50 YEARS
THE COST, JOBS AND TIME TO ADVANCE THE NEXT GENERATION TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM