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Self-driving Vehicles are Here. What Next?
Safe at Any Speed explores the driverless new age just up the road
By Jim Nash



This Robotics Business Review, Research Report for 2014—Safe at Any Speed: Anywhere, Any Time and with Anyone—focuses on the largest segments of the self-driving vehicle spectrum: The auto and commercial-truck industries, along with their supply chains and the IT firms that will tie the markets—and vehicles—together.

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  • New Robotics for a New China
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About the author

Jim Nash is a business and science writer with bylines in The New York Times, Scientific American, Wired and Forbes.com.



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