In this RoboBriefings podcast, Editor in Chief Tom Green talks with Maryanna Saenko, research analyst and member of the Autonomous Systems 2.0 service at Lux Research.
Maryanna discusses the technology breakthroughs and technological barriers to autonomous vehicle technology as well as the most promising applications: everything from warehouse automation to self-driving truck fleets to the future of car sharing and taxiing services. Google, Uber, Daimler, Delphi and more are in the mix, so what do their strategic visions look like?
As operations within the four walls of the warehouse become more automated to increase productivity, companies will rely more and more on automated transport between facilities and from warehouse to consumer to reach the next level of efficiency and cost savings. What does this new era of autonomous vehicles look like and how will insurance companies and OEMs be impacted?
In addition, Green asks Saenko about the players to watch in this emerging market. Tune in to get the details, and don’t miss Maryanna’s presentation at RoboBusiness taking place this September 23-25 in San Jose, CA. Visit robobuisness.com for more information on this year’s best-ever event program.