Uber, Lyft, and Didi create routing efficiencies and could eventually reduce the total number of vehicles on the road dramatically as drivers decide they don’t need a dedicated personal vehicle. Interconnected vehicles, which share information with each other wirelessly, and smart traffic control will fundamentally change traffic densities and flows. The increasing use of drones for commercial delivery have the potential to transform personal and commercial logistics.
Companies and countries that invest in transport technologies like these are leapfrogging those that don’t – not just in transport and logistics, but in international trade, as more efficient supply chain networks make their countries more competitive. The trend started decades ago, and leading countries already have a strong advantage. And the leading countries are not the ones you think!
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