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Published 3 April 2018
While much attention has been paid to the technology inside autonomous vehicles (AVs), there has not been as much discussion on how they will interact with surrounding infrastructure. However, in a time when the automotive industry is asking itself hard questions about AV safety, getting the infrastructure right will be crucial.
Amidst international pressure to get traditional combustion engines off the roads, the natural progression is for AVs to be electric vehicles (EVs). This has raised questions for investors and developers in many industries on how they will interact with consumers and workers, including in the real estate sector.
In a recent article by inspiratia, DAC Beachcroft Partner, Christopher Stanwell, looks at how AVs will affect the real estate sector.
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