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The Future of Autonomous Vehicles
An Interim Report based on Multiple Expert Discussions
29 August 2019
Contents
This document provides a half-time overview of the key insights on the future of AV.
Based on output from 5 expert workshops, it shares primary views and highlights
area of debate for the second phase of discussions taking place later this year.
• CONTEXT
• WHERE WE HAVE COME FROM
• THE WAY FORWARD
• OPENING QUESTIONS
• INSIGHTS TO DATE
• HALF-WAY REFLECTIONS
• ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS
• NEXT STEPS
CONTEXT
A Wicked Problem
The future of autonomous vehicles can be considered to be a complex ‘wicked’ problem.
To address it, we need to understand and challenge the views of many different experts.
A wicked problem is a social or cultural problem that is
difficult or impossible to solve for as many as four reasons:
1. Incomplete or contradictory knowledge,
2. The number of people and opinions involved,
3. The large economic burden, and
4. The interconnected nature of these problems with
other problems.
Five Expert Workshops
To date we have run five expert workshops in key locations for AV which have identified
major challenges, new opportunities and emerging issues for the next decade.
C Top 3 Challenges O Top 3 Opportunities F Top 3 Future Issues
Melbourne 13 JUN 2019
C Data Sharing
More Congestions
Security Systems
O Full Truck Automation
First / Last Mile
Robo-taxi Model
F Reimagining Planning
Safety of AV
ROI
Wellington 11 JUN 2019
C Data Sharing
Security Systems
Common Standards
O Rethinking Planning
Remote Support Centres
First / Last Mile
F Social Equity
AV is Public Transport
MaaS
Frankfurt 22 MAY 2019
C Common Standards
Inadequate Harmonisation
More Congestion
O Truck Automation
Incentives for Collaboration
First / Last Mile
F Communication between Systems
Acceptance of Accidents
Cyber Security Risks
Singapore 07 JUN 2019
C Data Sharing
Inadequate Harmonisation
Security Systems
O Robo Taxis
Truck Automation
Urban Delivery
F Environmental Impact
Insurance and Liability
Less vs More Congestion
Top 25 AV Ready Nations
KPMG https://home.kpmg/content/dam/kpmg/nl/pdf/2019/sector/autonomous-vehicles-readiness-index-2019.pdf
Future of Autonomous Vehicles
Key Insights at Halfway Point
17 JAN 2018
Los Angeles 28 MAR 2019
C Inadequate Harmonisation
Rethinking Planning
Common Standards
O Mobility as a Service
Public Private Partnerships
First / Last Mile
F Deeper Collaboration
Social Impact
Data Connectivity
Road Deaths per 100,000 Citizens
(WHO, 2018)
TOTAL
Australia 5.6
Germany 4.1
New Zealand 7.8
Singapore 3.6
USA 12.4
Israel 4.2
Canada 5.8
China 18.2
India 22.6
Japan 4.1
S Korea 9.8
Sweden 2.8
UAE 18.1
UK 3.1
Initial Hosts
Leading organisations involved in the hosting the first five events include
a mix of transport agencies, universities, trade bodies and companies.
WHERE WE HAVE COME FROM
AV Development Timeline
The possibility of developing an autonomous vehicle has been explored for many years.
Since 1939, projects have been building momentum towards today’s intensive activity.
Tesla ‘Autonomy Day’
announcements
Future of Autonomous Vehicles
GM Futurama Concept -
World’s Fair – New York
Cruise control invented
RCA Labs test wire-guided
miniature car
UK TRRL automatic vehicle guidance
research project launched
Remote controlled car tested
at Ohio State University
Vienna Convention on Road Traffic
enforces driver control of car
First Semi-Automated Vehicle Test
- Tsukuba, Japan
German Bundeswehr tests military
robot vehicle
EU Eureka Prometheus
Project launched
US Congress passes the ISTEA
Transportation Authorization bill
Eureka Prometheus project
robotic cars drive 1000km
Carnegie Mellon first US coast-to-coast
autonomous drive 4500km
Mercedes S Class drives from Munich
to Copenhagen using computer vison
Advanced Cruise-Assist Highway
Research Association Demo – Japan
USDOT Automated Highway System
Demo - San Diego, California
Mobileye founded – Tel Aviv
Adaptative cruise control
launched by Bosch
Tesla Founded
DARPA Grand Challenge –
California
DARPA Grand Challenge –
California
DARPA Urban Challenge –
California
Rio Tinto launch Mine of the
Future project
Uber founded
TUB self-driving vehicles
demo in Germany
Nevada authorises AV
testing
Peloton truck AV company
founded
Florida authorises AV testing
Lyft founded as Zimride
Amazon acquires Kiva
Systems for $775m
FlixMobility founded in
Germany
Port of Rotterdam launches
automated guided vehicles
NuTonomy spun out of MIT
Caterpillar starts robotics trail
Amazon predicts drone
deliveries within 5 years
Tesla announces Autopilot
UK Government allows
AV testing
Oxbotica spun out of
Oxford University
Mercedes S Class includes
semi-automated features
NIO founded in Shanghai
Apple launches project Titan
Uber recruits key talent from
CMU robotics centre
Tesla Autopilot capability
introduced
Audi, BMW and Daimler acquire
HERE for $3bn from Nokia
Volvo launches Drive Me
project in Sweden
Volvo pledges that by 2020
no one will be killed in a Volvo
GM invests $500m in Lyft
autonomous vehicle partnership
GM acquires Cruise
Automation for $1bn
Apple invests $1bn in Chinese
ride share Didi Chuxing
Ford and VC firms invest
in NuTonomy
Qualcomm acquires NXP
for $39bn
Toyota and Uber announce
partnership
Uber acquires Otto truck
start-up
Drive.ai spun out of
Stanford University
Uber AV prototypes in San
Francisco and Pittsburgh
Samsung acquires Harman
Industries for $8bn
Pony.ai founded
US Federal AV policy agreed
Tesla Autopilot completes
300m miles of operation
Amazon drone testing in
Cambridge, UK
Intel invests in HERE
Daimler and Nvidia
announce AI partnership
Audi and Nvidia announce
AI partnership
Ford invests $1bn in Argo AI
Apple starts testing
autonomous vehicles
Intel acquires Mobileye
for $15bn
Bosch and Nvidia announce
AI partnership
Uber completes 2m miles in
automated testing
Peugeot-PSA announces
partnership with NuTonomy
Lyft announces partnership
with NuTonomy
Starsky Robotics truck
technology unveiled
US Federal AV policy
2.0 agreed
Ford Lyft partnership
announced
Lyft partners with drive.ai
NuTonomy acquired by
Aptiv for $400m
Tesla driver killed in
Autopilot mode
Rio Tinto starts autonomous
truck mining with Caterpillar Inc
Uber IPO
Lyft IPO
Apple acquires Drive.ai
Amazon announces launch
of drone delivery for Prime
Toyota partners with Baidu’s
Apollo platform
Ford acquires Journey
Holding and Quantum Signal AI
Didi Chuxing spins out
self-driving car unit
Tesla semi-truck announced
Beijing permits AV testing on
public roads
US Federal AV policy
3.0 agreed
Self-driving Uber car
kills pedestrian
Volvo launches Vera
autonomous platform
Lyft completes 5,000 self-
driving car rides in Las Vegas
China permits city governments
to issue AV road licences
Uber shuts down AV
truck project
Apollo shuttle bus trial at
Shanghai Expo
Port of Rotterdam tests
autonomous navigation
Google founded
Google Self-Driving Car
project launched
Google completes 300,000
automated driving miles
Google completes 500,000
miles of autonomous driving
Google fully automated
prototype tested
Waymo spun off as separate
company from Google
Waymo testing without a
safety driver
Waymo semi truck
announced
Waymo completes 5m miles
of testing
Waymo subsidiary
established in Shanghai
California DMV grants permit
to Waymo for testing
Baidu founded
Baidu announces Apollo AV
platform and fund
Baidu begins mass production
of Apollo self-driving bus
Baidu completes 1m miles
of test driving
Baidu completes 140,000 km
of self-driving in a year in Beijing
Google Lyft Uber VolvoBaidu Tesla
Where we have come from
2020 and beyond
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2012
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2014
2015
2016
2017 2018
2019
Volvo and Uber launch
self-driving production car
THE WAY FORWARD
Global Insights
This project is identifying where and what the key opportunities are by collectively challenging
and sharing the future of AVs and the key drivers of change across a number of pivotal locations.
Review
existing
research
Map the
emerging
landscape
Explore gaps
via global
dialogue
Identify the
key priority
opportunities
Prepare and
share global
report
Support hosts
with
implications
THE FUTURE OF
AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES
Insights from Multiple Expert
Discussions Around the World
OPENING QUESTIONS
Initial Perspective
An initial perspective mapped the autonomous vehicle landscape and
identified twelve key questions to explore via the research project.
1. Where will be the key hot-spots for AV development and deployment?
2. Which sociopolitical forces may accelerate the adoption of full Level 4/5 automation?
3. Where is advanced regulation most likely to act as a catalyst for AV deployment?
4. What level of safety (crashes) is acceptable for the full launch of AV in the next decade?
5. Will AV increase or decrease total traffic flow and congestion?
6. Will automated mobility services replace, reduce or extend the reach of public
transport?
7. Of all the technologies in the mix, which ones are in greatest need of further
development before the benefits of AV can be realised?
8. What are the distinct benefits from AV that are not already coming from current and
future-connected ADAS?
9. How important will international standards and commonly shared technologies be for
AV adoption - or will it be more regional?
10. Which will be the pivotal organisations, cities and governments that control adoption
rates?
11. Who will lead on integrating all the varied systems needed to enable AV to operate?
12. Who will customers trust more to deliver a safe, reliable and comfortable AV
experience?
INSIGHTS TO DATE
Six Macro Themes
From the discussions, a number of key issues were prioritised, debated and explored in depth
Within these, there are six pivotal high-level macro drivers of change are focus of greatest debate.
Priority Areas for Focus
Underlying and connected to these six, there are another additional fourteen priority topics
of focus. Together these 20 areas can all be considered pivotal for the future of AVs.
Impact of Regulation
The regions that gain most initially will be those where there is advanced regulation to act as a
catalyst for AV deployment. Addressing information sharing, collaboration, and liability are critical.
Crash Avoidance
Reducing accidents and road deaths caused by humans is a political priority behind support for AV.
While benefits can be gained from ADAS, the promise of significant safety improvements is pivotal.
Common Standards
International standards and commonly-shared technologies may be essential for driving global
rather than regional AV adoption. Without them a more fragmented approach will be taken.
Environmental and Social Impact
Ensuring that autonomous vehicles are cleaner than alternative options may be a pre-requisite in
many cities while the benefit of AVs for wider society is a crucial issue for wider endorsement.
Less Congestion
Decreasing congestion on the roads is a core ambition for AV advocates but many recognise that,
with mixed fleets operating for several years, we many initially see an increase in urban traffic.
Less Traffic – Less Road – Less Parking
Effective deployment of AVs as part of integrated public transport systems may mean not only fewer
vehicles on the roads, but also parking spaces can be removed and roads can become narrower.
Drones for Goods and People
Investment in timely drone delivery services accelerates deployment in several locations, but
the roll-out of air-taxis may not be as widespread as many hope. Large scale impact is limited.
Rethinking Transport Planning
For AV to have impact it may be necessary to rethink a more flexible approach to planning. Poor
coordination between transit systems, urban planning and future solutions may delay the benefits.
Public Transport Systems
As autonomous buses are introduced, other mobility solutions will also have to be used to
fill transportation gaps. Security, flexibility, reach and interconnectivity are primary criteria.
First / Last Mile
Improving the inefficient first/last mile is a major opportunity with health, energy, and efficiency
benefits. Scooters, bikes, and small autonomous robots in urban environments, all play a part.
Initial Users
Although AVs may have significant benefit for those without access to affordable mobility –
especially the young, elderly and disabled – from the start autonomy has to be attractive for all users.
Robo-Taxi Fleets
Robo-taxis are increasingly seen as the way forward for passenger vehicles and could change both
travel patterns and car ownership decisions. They are a core part of ‘Mobility as a Service’ offers.
Resistance to Sharing
As many people value their personal space, support for a significant rise in ride-sharing may not
be as high as some predict. Rethinking vehicle design for strangers travelling together is a priority.
Automated Freight
The significant automation of expressway trucks is of huge commercial interest. It will transform
long-haul journeys and so is the principal focus for regulation and trials across all levels of AV.
Controlled Environments
Controlled environments have demonstrated the early steps for AV and are growing steadily. Airports,
port terminals, factories, mines and even dedicated highways all provide safe areas for development.
Data Sharing
More and deeper data sharing are pivotal in enabling the AV ambition. Mobility brands
eventually agree the protocols for V2X interaction and so support the use of open data sets.
Cyber Security
With the threat of hacks, denial of service, vandalism and theft of data, organisations seek to
make AV more secure through adopting common approaches for closed, collaborative systems.
Remote Support Centres
Manned call centres provide oversight, support and emergency response for all AVs.
In the absence of drivers, most public transport vehicles require remote human supervision.
HALF-WAY REFLECTIONS
Nine Thoughts
We can see nine key issues already emerging as significant - all of which are intricately
inter-connected but collectively do indeed provide a highly ‘wicked’ problem.
1. Safety is a pre-requisite: Expectations are high, but as many advances are already in process,
improvements look likely.
2. Fleets are now driving progress: In terms of the core business model the momentum is clearly
behind the robo-taxi concept.
3. Automated trucks are coming: Freight has much to gain in terms of efficiency, it has regulatory
support and wide industry support.
4. Congestion is a conundrum: While all aim for less congestion, and the role of connectivity will be
pivotal, user behavior and TNC strategy could initially mean more.
5. Multiple options for the last mile: There are many alternatives in the mix all bridging different
needs and location gaps.
6. First vs widespread deployment: Where and why we see initial AV services may not necessarily
align with where mass impact will occur.
7. Deeper collaboration will be needed: Moving from partnerships to long-term multi-party
collaboration is seen as a critical enabler.
8. Standards may not be pivotal: Comprehensive global and regional standards may not be
essential for AV: Rather standards will evolve based on business needs.
9. Regulators are influencing deployment: Proactive regulation is attracting companies, but the
balance of light vs. heavy approaches may impact this.
ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS
Further Exploration
We have identified an additional 12 questions from the first tranche of
workshops that we will seek to addresses in the second half of the project.
1. What lessons can be learned from other sectors – for example, mobile and healthcare?
2. How much will AVs be tied to EVs, and therefore intertwined with charging infrastructure
roll-out etc.?
3. Will air-taxis have impact beyond a few niche locations?
4. How will drones used for parcel delivery integrate with drones for other purposes?
5. How will planning evolve to become a public/private partnership?
6. Will private companies contribute to the cost of the infrastructure, and will public sector
agencies allow for this?
7. Will the growth of AVs mean more open/liveable/walkable urban public spaces?
8. How will cities adapt today’s public transport systems in an era in which automated MaaS
overlaps their mission?
9. How will designers overcome resistance to sharing rides with strangers?
10. For what types of routes and freight will Level 4 truck automation happen first?
11. How will supply chain approaches be transformed by Level 4 truck automation?
12. What effect will growth in AV urban/suburban parcel/grocery/food delivery have on other
road users?
Next Steps
In Q4 of 2019 will run more expert workshops and then produce the final report.
If you would like to host an extra event or be involved do get in touch.
Future Agenda, 84 Brook Street, London W1K 5EH +44 203 0088 141
www.futureagenda.org | www.futureagenda.net | @futureagenda

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Future of autonomous vehicles interim report summary - 29 august 2019-compressed

  • 1. The Future of Autonomous Vehicles An Interim Report based on Multiple Expert Discussions 29 August 2019
  • 2. Contents This document provides a half-time overview of the key insights on the future of AV. Based on output from 5 expert workshops, it shares primary views and highlights area of debate for the second phase of discussions taking place later this year. • CONTEXT • WHERE WE HAVE COME FROM • THE WAY FORWARD • OPENING QUESTIONS • INSIGHTS TO DATE • HALF-WAY REFLECTIONS • ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS • NEXT STEPS
  • 4. A Wicked Problem The future of autonomous vehicles can be considered to be a complex ‘wicked’ problem. To address it, we need to understand and challenge the views of many different experts. A wicked problem is a social or cultural problem that is difficult or impossible to solve for as many as four reasons: 1. Incomplete or contradictory knowledge, 2. The number of people and opinions involved, 3. The large economic burden, and 4. The interconnected nature of these problems with other problems.
  • 5. Five Expert Workshops To date we have run five expert workshops in key locations for AV which have identified major challenges, new opportunities and emerging issues for the next decade. C Top 3 Challenges O Top 3 Opportunities F Top 3 Future Issues Melbourne 13 JUN 2019 C Data Sharing More Congestions Security Systems O Full Truck Automation First / Last Mile Robo-taxi Model F Reimagining Planning Safety of AV ROI Wellington 11 JUN 2019 C Data Sharing Security Systems Common Standards O Rethinking Planning Remote Support Centres First / Last Mile F Social Equity AV is Public Transport MaaS Frankfurt 22 MAY 2019 C Common Standards Inadequate Harmonisation More Congestion O Truck Automation Incentives for Collaboration First / Last Mile F Communication between Systems Acceptance of Accidents Cyber Security Risks Singapore 07 JUN 2019 C Data Sharing Inadequate Harmonisation Security Systems O Robo Taxis Truck Automation Urban Delivery F Environmental Impact Insurance and Liability Less vs More Congestion Top 25 AV Ready Nations KPMG https://home.kpmg/content/dam/kpmg/nl/pdf/2019/sector/autonomous-vehicles-readiness-index-2019.pdf Future of Autonomous Vehicles Key Insights at Halfway Point 17 JAN 2018 Los Angeles 28 MAR 2019 C Inadequate Harmonisation Rethinking Planning Common Standards O Mobility as a Service Public Private Partnerships First / Last Mile F Deeper Collaboration Social Impact Data Connectivity Road Deaths per 100,000 Citizens (WHO, 2018) TOTAL Australia 5.6 Germany 4.1 New Zealand 7.8 Singapore 3.6 USA 12.4 Israel 4.2 Canada 5.8 China 18.2 India 22.6 Japan 4.1 S Korea 9.8 Sweden 2.8 UAE 18.1 UK 3.1
  • 6. Initial Hosts Leading organisations involved in the hosting the first five events include a mix of transport agencies, universities, trade bodies and companies.
  • 7. WHERE WE HAVE COME FROM
  • 8. AV Development Timeline The possibility of developing an autonomous vehicle has been explored for many years. Since 1939, projects have been building momentum towards today’s intensive activity. Tesla ‘Autonomy Day’ announcements Future of Autonomous Vehicles GM Futurama Concept - World’s Fair – New York Cruise control invented RCA Labs test wire-guided miniature car UK TRRL automatic vehicle guidance research project launched Remote controlled car tested at Ohio State University Vienna Convention on Road Traffic enforces driver control of car First Semi-Automated Vehicle Test - Tsukuba, Japan German Bundeswehr tests military robot vehicle EU Eureka Prometheus Project launched US Congress passes the ISTEA Transportation Authorization bill Eureka Prometheus project robotic cars drive 1000km Carnegie Mellon first US coast-to-coast autonomous drive 4500km Mercedes S Class drives from Munich to Copenhagen using computer vison Advanced Cruise-Assist Highway Research Association Demo – Japan USDOT Automated Highway System Demo - San Diego, California Mobileye founded – Tel Aviv Adaptative cruise control launched by Bosch Tesla Founded DARPA Grand Challenge – California DARPA Grand Challenge – California DARPA Urban Challenge – California Rio Tinto launch Mine of the Future project Uber founded TUB self-driving vehicles demo in Germany Nevada authorises AV testing Peloton truck AV company founded Florida authorises AV testing Lyft founded as Zimride Amazon acquires Kiva Systems for $775m FlixMobility founded in Germany Port of Rotterdam launches automated guided vehicles NuTonomy spun out of MIT Caterpillar starts robotics trail Amazon predicts drone deliveries within 5 years Tesla announces Autopilot UK Government allows AV testing Oxbotica spun out of Oxford University Mercedes S Class includes semi-automated features NIO founded in Shanghai Apple launches project Titan Uber recruits key talent from CMU robotics centre Tesla Autopilot capability introduced Audi, BMW and Daimler acquire HERE for $3bn from Nokia Volvo launches Drive Me project in Sweden Volvo pledges that by 2020 no one will be killed in a Volvo GM invests $500m in Lyft autonomous vehicle partnership GM acquires Cruise Automation for $1bn Apple invests $1bn in Chinese ride share Didi Chuxing Ford and VC firms invest in NuTonomy Qualcomm acquires NXP for $39bn Toyota and Uber announce partnership Uber acquires Otto truck start-up Drive.ai spun out of Stanford University Uber AV prototypes in San Francisco and Pittsburgh Samsung acquires Harman Industries for $8bn Pony.ai founded US Federal AV policy agreed Tesla Autopilot completes 300m miles of operation Amazon drone testing in Cambridge, UK Intel invests in HERE Daimler and Nvidia announce AI partnership Audi and Nvidia announce AI partnership Ford invests $1bn in Argo AI Apple starts testing autonomous vehicles Intel acquires Mobileye for $15bn Bosch and Nvidia announce AI partnership Uber completes 2m miles in automated testing Peugeot-PSA announces partnership with NuTonomy Lyft announces partnership with NuTonomy Starsky Robotics truck technology unveiled US Federal AV policy 2.0 agreed Ford Lyft partnership announced Lyft partners with drive.ai NuTonomy acquired by Aptiv for $400m Tesla driver killed in Autopilot mode Rio Tinto starts autonomous truck mining with Caterpillar Inc Uber IPO Lyft IPO Apple acquires Drive.ai Amazon announces launch of drone delivery for Prime Toyota partners with Baidu’s Apollo platform Ford acquires Journey Holding and Quantum Signal AI Didi Chuxing spins out self-driving car unit Tesla semi-truck announced Beijing permits AV testing on public roads US Federal AV policy 3.0 agreed Self-driving Uber car kills pedestrian Volvo launches Vera autonomous platform Lyft completes 5,000 self- driving car rides in Las Vegas China permits city governments to issue AV road licences Uber shuts down AV truck project Apollo shuttle bus trial at Shanghai Expo Port of Rotterdam tests autonomous navigation Google founded Google Self-Driving Car project launched Google completes 300,000 automated driving miles Google completes 500,000 miles of autonomous driving Google fully automated prototype tested Waymo spun off as separate company from Google Waymo testing without a safety driver Waymo semi truck announced Waymo completes 5m miles of testing Waymo subsidiary established in Shanghai California DMV grants permit to Waymo for testing Baidu founded Baidu announces Apollo AV platform and fund Baidu begins mass production of Apollo self-driving bus Baidu completes 1m miles of test driving Baidu completes 140,000 km of self-driving in a year in Beijing Google Lyft Uber VolvoBaidu Tesla Where we have come from 2020 and beyond 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1995 1994 1991 1987 1980 1977 1968 1967 1963 1953 1945 1939 2003 2004 2005 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Volvo and Uber launch self-driving production car
  • 10. Global Insights This project is identifying where and what the key opportunities are by collectively challenging and sharing the future of AVs and the key drivers of change across a number of pivotal locations. Review existing research Map the emerging landscape Explore gaps via global dialogue Identify the key priority opportunities Prepare and share global report Support hosts with implications THE FUTURE OF AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES Insights from Multiple Expert Discussions Around the World
  • 12. Initial Perspective An initial perspective mapped the autonomous vehicle landscape and identified twelve key questions to explore via the research project. 1. Where will be the key hot-spots for AV development and deployment? 2. Which sociopolitical forces may accelerate the adoption of full Level 4/5 automation? 3. Where is advanced regulation most likely to act as a catalyst for AV deployment? 4. What level of safety (crashes) is acceptable for the full launch of AV in the next decade? 5. Will AV increase or decrease total traffic flow and congestion? 6. Will automated mobility services replace, reduce or extend the reach of public transport? 7. Of all the technologies in the mix, which ones are in greatest need of further development before the benefits of AV can be realised? 8. What are the distinct benefits from AV that are not already coming from current and future-connected ADAS? 9. How important will international standards and commonly shared technologies be for AV adoption - or will it be more regional? 10. Which will be the pivotal organisations, cities and governments that control adoption rates? 11. Who will lead on integrating all the varied systems needed to enable AV to operate? 12. Who will customers trust more to deliver a safe, reliable and comfortable AV experience?
  • 14. Six Macro Themes From the discussions, a number of key issues were prioritised, debated and explored in depth Within these, there are six pivotal high-level macro drivers of change are focus of greatest debate.
  • 15. Priority Areas for Focus Underlying and connected to these six, there are another additional fourteen priority topics of focus. Together these 20 areas can all be considered pivotal for the future of AVs.
  • 16. Impact of Regulation The regions that gain most initially will be those where there is advanced regulation to act as a catalyst for AV deployment. Addressing information sharing, collaboration, and liability are critical.
  • 17. Crash Avoidance Reducing accidents and road deaths caused by humans is a political priority behind support for AV. While benefits can be gained from ADAS, the promise of significant safety improvements is pivotal.
  • 18. Common Standards International standards and commonly-shared technologies may be essential for driving global rather than regional AV adoption. Without them a more fragmented approach will be taken.
  • 19. Environmental and Social Impact Ensuring that autonomous vehicles are cleaner than alternative options may be a pre-requisite in many cities while the benefit of AVs for wider society is a crucial issue for wider endorsement.
  • 20. Less Congestion Decreasing congestion on the roads is a core ambition for AV advocates but many recognise that, with mixed fleets operating for several years, we many initially see an increase in urban traffic.
  • 21. Less Traffic – Less Road – Less Parking Effective deployment of AVs as part of integrated public transport systems may mean not only fewer vehicles on the roads, but also parking spaces can be removed and roads can become narrower.
  • 22. Drones for Goods and People Investment in timely drone delivery services accelerates deployment in several locations, but the roll-out of air-taxis may not be as widespread as many hope. Large scale impact is limited.
  • 23. Rethinking Transport Planning For AV to have impact it may be necessary to rethink a more flexible approach to planning. Poor coordination between transit systems, urban planning and future solutions may delay the benefits.
  • 24. Public Transport Systems As autonomous buses are introduced, other mobility solutions will also have to be used to fill transportation gaps. Security, flexibility, reach and interconnectivity are primary criteria.
  • 25. First / Last Mile Improving the inefficient first/last mile is a major opportunity with health, energy, and efficiency benefits. Scooters, bikes, and small autonomous robots in urban environments, all play a part.
  • 26. Initial Users Although AVs may have significant benefit for those without access to affordable mobility – especially the young, elderly and disabled – from the start autonomy has to be attractive for all users.
  • 27. Robo-Taxi Fleets Robo-taxis are increasingly seen as the way forward for passenger vehicles and could change both travel patterns and car ownership decisions. They are a core part of ‘Mobility as a Service’ offers.
  • 28. Resistance to Sharing As many people value their personal space, support for a significant rise in ride-sharing may not be as high as some predict. Rethinking vehicle design for strangers travelling together is a priority.
  • 29. Automated Freight The significant automation of expressway trucks is of huge commercial interest. It will transform long-haul journeys and so is the principal focus for regulation and trials across all levels of AV.
  • 30. Controlled Environments Controlled environments have demonstrated the early steps for AV and are growing steadily. Airports, port terminals, factories, mines and even dedicated highways all provide safe areas for development.
  • 31. Data Sharing More and deeper data sharing are pivotal in enabling the AV ambition. Mobility brands eventually agree the protocols for V2X interaction and so support the use of open data sets.
  • 32. Cyber Security With the threat of hacks, denial of service, vandalism and theft of data, organisations seek to make AV more secure through adopting common approaches for closed, collaborative systems.
  • 33. Remote Support Centres Manned call centres provide oversight, support and emergency response for all AVs. In the absence of drivers, most public transport vehicles require remote human supervision.
  • 35. Nine Thoughts We can see nine key issues already emerging as significant - all of which are intricately inter-connected but collectively do indeed provide a highly ‘wicked’ problem. 1. Safety is a pre-requisite: Expectations are high, but as many advances are already in process, improvements look likely. 2. Fleets are now driving progress: In terms of the core business model the momentum is clearly behind the robo-taxi concept. 3. Automated trucks are coming: Freight has much to gain in terms of efficiency, it has regulatory support and wide industry support. 4. Congestion is a conundrum: While all aim for less congestion, and the role of connectivity will be pivotal, user behavior and TNC strategy could initially mean more. 5. Multiple options for the last mile: There are many alternatives in the mix all bridging different needs and location gaps. 6. First vs widespread deployment: Where and why we see initial AV services may not necessarily align with where mass impact will occur. 7. Deeper collaboration will be needed: Moving from partnerships to long-term multi-party collaboration is seen as a critical enabler. 8. Standards may not be pivotal: Comprehensive global and regional standards may not be essential for AV: Rather standards will evolve based on business needs. 9. Regulators are influencing deployment: Proactive regulation is attracting companies, but the balance of light vs. heavy approaches may impact this.
  • 37. Further Exploration We have identified an additional 12 questions from the first tranche of workshops that we will seek to addresses in the second half of the project. 1. What lessons can be learned from other sectors – for example, mobile and healthcare? 2. How much will AVs be tied to EVs, and therefore intertwined with charging infrastructure roll-out etc.? 3. Will air-taxis have impact beyond a few niche locations? 4. How will drones used for parcel delivery integrate with drones for other purposes? 5. How will planning evolve to become a public/private partnership? 6. Will private companies contribute to the cost of the infrastructure, and will public sector agencies allow for this? 7. Will the growth of AVs mean more open/liveable/walkable urban public spaces? 8. How will cities adapt today’s public transport systems in an era in which automated MaaS overlaps their mission? 9. How will designers overcome resistance to sharing rides with strangers? 10. For what types of routes and freight will Level 4 truck automation happen first? 11. How will supply chain approaches be transformed by Level 4 truck automation? 12. What effect will growth in AV urban/suburban parcel/grocery/food delivery have on other road users?
  • 38. Next Steps In Q4 of 2019 will run more expert workshops and then produce the final report. If you would like to host an extra event or be involved do get in touch.
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