To be part of the future–whether it’s autonomous cars and shared mobility or advanced healthcare and sustainable communities–it takes infrastructure and support. Like what’s being created in Michigan.
Business centers from Silicon Valley to Tel Aviv to Seoul are racing to develop the autonomous future trying to attract technology heavyweights, car companies, and rising startups. And it’s easy to understand why. According a study by Strategy Analytics that was commissioned by Intel, self-driving vehicles are expected to create an annual revenue stream of $7 trillion by 2050. The so-called passenger economy is also expected to have ripple effects around the world, not the least of which is saving as many as 585,000 lives in just a decade, according to the study.