The $102 Billion Opportunity in Partial Automation for Cars

A review of the levels of automation shows the confusion around NHTSA and SAE levels and why in the end the “level” of automation matters less than groupings of sensors that enable sets of ADAS features. Basic assist features peak in 2020, while enhanced assist and partial autonomy features gain tr...

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