By Jeff Schlesinger
Imagine sitting in the back of the car, reviewing a presentation, while an invisible chauffeur drives you to your meetings.
The advancements in the self- driving vehicle in the last year have been nothing short of extraordinary, and I have enthusiastically read and watched as each article offers additional information to this ever-changing, complex innovation.
As I researched the technology for this long-term vision, it became apparent that the transition from today’s driver-enhanced vehicle to the true driverless car of the future is filled with exciting safety developments.
Fleet managers should embrace this fast-approaching technology. With safety as one of the top, if not the top, priority for all fleet managers, and the increased press of driverless vehicles, questions will surely arise as to the short- and long-term plans for the company’s fleet policy to adopt this technology.