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Scott Deuty

Autonomous Vehicles in Transportation, Part 1

Scott Deuty
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michaelmaloney
8/29/2018 12:07:38 AM
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We have heard so much coverage on the autonomous industry that somehow we feel that this sector is still hanging on. However, things have never been easy on investors within this particular industry. There is just too much work that is still needed to catch up with progress before this sector can finally go mainstream. There is also bound to be opposition from various parties in varying volume which simply cannot be ignored. Over time, this industry might still win over the hearts of conventional drivers but it obviously requires a lot more time than we had hoped for.

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