How the driverless car could change everything

Safety in numbers*
Autonomous
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Innovation to Watch: Driverless Car

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U.S. CEOs in the 17th Annual PwC CEO Survey are finding reasons to be more confident in many places. Our findings indicate that US CEOs are looking for, and finding, new sources of value and innovation, such as the driverless car. More: http://www.pwc.com/us/en/ceo-survey-us/index.jhtml?WT.mc_id=cs_us-hero-home_US-CEO-Survey-2014

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Innovation to Watch: Driverless Car

  1. 1. How the driverless car could change everything Safety in numbers* Autonomous driving could result in 4.95M fewer US accidents 77-90% of all accidents are caused by human error Carmakers could open their cars to app developers > + – Automotive > + More accurately priced insurance coverage with more data New skills for new vehicle technologies developed Increased use of mobile data = transportation logistics > Auto insurance could shift to pay-as-you-go – Fewer accidents = fewer repairs > Insurers’ payouts could drop with fewer accidents Automakers could bundle insurance with vehicle sale Technology and media Health industries Ownership models could shift – • shared vs owned > $450B in annual US Revenue increase Revenue decrease > Fundamental change + – The car could become an OS platform > Key accident-related costs *Chunka Mui and Paul B. Carroll, The New Killer Apps: How Large Companies Can Out-Innovate Start-Ups, 2013. > Autonomous driving could save about – Vehicles could be matched to a particular trip – Demand for cars could decrease – Fewer cars means less demand for raw materials > Power and utilities Public sector and service industries Drop in car-related injuries – Fewer emergency room visits + Utilities could have new opportunities around charging stations > Real-time feedback could help make gasoline sales may decreased Fewer accidents = fewer replacement parts > Financial services and insurance Taxis could disappear Car could radio ahead based on real-time driving data – – Less demand for emergency services Scheduled maintenance on-demand auto service > – Vehicle diagnostics could change owners’ maintenance behavior + – Reimagined retail infrastructure and dealer networks • Social aspects of mapping and • How they compare to other drivers Source: PwC, The future of mobility, October 2013. www.pwc.com/us/ceo-survey-us © 2014 PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, a Delaware limited liability partnership. All rights reserved. PwC refers to the United States member firm, and may sometimes refer to the PwC network. Each member firm is a separate legal entity. Please see www.pwc.com/structure for further details.
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