Anticipating future skills and jobs for the world of autonomous cars partnerships and ecosystems in the making.
"Mr Snyder also said London has the best model anywhere in the world for roadworks, using upgrades to install technology that will be used in the future to communicate traffic delays or alternative routes."
Peter Campbell, Motor Industry Correspondent in London FT 24th April 2018
Digital transformation, AI and automation creates a demand for new skills and replaces tedious & repetitive jobs with more interesting oportunities
The advent of electric cars, self-driving technology and connectivity bring huge implications for jobs, as well as the need to develop test facilities and insurance models that can cope with the new technologies. In one example, Michigan is experimenting with how to create new jobs as technology evolves, such as technicians to clean and repair sensors for self-driving vehicles. “These are the people who are going to be in every major repair place in the world,” said Mr Snyder.