White Paper: Robotics, Automation & Control
The New Mobility Industry
There’s no doubt about it. The world has gone digital, and the same is true for the mobility and transportation industry. From smarter vehicles to autonomous ones, it’s going to take new partnerships and processes driven by technology to power it all. Technology has helped define the human experience for centuries and we are now at a moment in history where the pace of change takes a dramatic leap forward.
While vehicles are not fully autonomous at scale yet, we’ve seen a great deal of change in this human-machine partnership. There are now connected cars equipped with Internet access — sharing data to devices both inside and outside the vehicle. And the value of this data is important to almost everyone across the industry ecosystem. In fact, in a Dell Technologies study of 4,600 business leaders around the world, 50% believe they will travel in a self-driving car by 2030.
So, the chain reactions begin; new technologies are created and harnessed, manufacturing partnerships are made, and processes undergo transformation as industries converge. Amid this change, there are digital innovators who are quite literally upending the transport industry in their development of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), all eager to take driving to the next level.
Forward-thinking companies are completely revising their strategy to run the business, their business model, and the role that technology plays in the process. These leaders are rethinking their mission, transitioning from a manufacturing company to one that delivers transportation and delivery in a data-driven ecosystem. The pivot is to be truly digital, with technology bringing data to life in new ways; not to just be a producer of things. Leading organizations are already embracing the opportunity that emerging technologies present.
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