The need for a safer, efficient, and automated way to get from point A to B is here: Automated guided vehicles. At Deep Sky we’ve worked with many of the latest technological advancements, while also aiming to learn, use, and share them with the rest of the world.We’re looking forward to the future of mobility.
Who knows, maybe then we won't have to worry about finding parking outside the office?
Future changes in automobile technology are likely to include automation. We have continued to strive and put an emphasis on transport systems. At the forefront of this next chapter are automated vehicles (AVs), an innovation poised to change the face of mobility as we know it. Time and safety continue to lead the topic of discussion in this new wave of transportation. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Americans spent an estimated 6.9 billion hours in traffic delays in 2014, cutting into time at work or with family, increasing fuel costs and vehicle emissions.
As a digitally-driven society, the next evolution of automation is an exciting milestone in this ongoing narrative of progress. AVs are not a replacement of traditional vehicles; they are a complete transformation of transportation. AVs are promising an upgrade not just to our journeys, but also to our everyday lives, optimizing commuting time, reducing traffic, and minimizing the human errors that often lead to road accidents.
With over 90% of road accidents caused by human error, AVs have the potential to drastically reduce these figures according to data from the NHTSA. They are equipped with advanced sensors, radars, and artificial intelligence that provide a 360-degree awareness of their surroundings. For reducing collision risks and increasing overall road safety, this system can respond to unforeseen road situations in real time.
Less cars on the road means less traffic, less accidents, and less time spent behind the wheel. We believe this offers a bright future for societies around the world. At Deep Sky, we're proud to partner with leaders in this exciting future of the transportation industry. Companies, like Microvision developing lidar tech, Waymo with self-driving vehicles, and Means Industries leading in the transition to electric vehicles, are just scratching the surface of this next industrial revolution. The drive towards the future of mobility is well underway, and we look forward to collaborating with you on the road ahead.