John J. Slater III featured in Future of Everything’s article, “Ask The Thought Leaders: What’s the Future of Autonomous Vehicles?”
John J. Slater III, partner in the firm’s Real Estate Department and Business Law Group, was featured in Future of Everything‘s article entitled, “Ask The Thought Leaders: What’s the Future of Autonomous Vehicles?”
From the article:
“Estimates of how soon AVs may be ready for actual use on public roadways vary. There appears to be a consensus that various impediments, such as revisions to motor vehicle laws and insurance issues, are likely to prevent the adoption of AVs on a wide scale basis by consumers for another 20 years. However, a KPMG/Center for Automotive Research report predicts that the first vehicle-to-vehicle infrastructure technologies will be released to the market as early as 2018 or 2019, and that by 2025, there will be sufficient built-in and aftermarket products to support driver automation. Additionally, the report predicts that consumers will begin to adopt AVs on a large scale by 2030. A RCLCO Advisory Report also estimates that there will be an increasing use of AVs by consumers between 2030 and 2035.”
Read the full article from Future of Everything here.