Though the road ahead for autonomous vehicles (AVs) remains uncertain, the technology’s potential is far-reaching.
Kurt Forsgren, managing director and sector leader for Infrastructure in U.S. Public Finance at S&P Global Ratings, recently spoke to Institutional Investing in Infrastructure (IREI) about the influence that these disruptive technologies could eventually hold over infrastructure assets.
“The variance between our different AV disruption scenarios is very large: our low adoption scenario only foresees a 10 percent share of light vehicle sales by 2040,” says Forsgren.
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IREI questions S&P Global Ratings’ Kurt Forsgren about the road ahead for autonomous vehicles
May 23, 2018
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