From Hands Off to Eyes Off to Mind Off

If you haven’t ridden in an autonomous vehicle yet, I hope you’ll take Mario Herger’s suggestion and try one now! The reasons why become abundantly clear as he discusses the state of autonomous vehicles in WiTricity’s recent webinar.

We’re certainly in a fast-moving transition. As Herger described – from taking your hands off the wheel to taking your eyes off the road to taking your mind off what you’re doing – autonomous vehicles are developing quickly. But will society accept them? Herger believes that, with so much development at various stages, half of all miles driven will be by autonomous vehicles by 2030 or 2035. Do you agree? Grab a cup of coffee, listen in, and let us know.


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