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In 2020, 103 million cars are AR-enabled.*

autonomous drivingDriverless vehicles make driving safer, more convenient and more energy-efficient. Building on the pilots and experiments of the previous decade, manufacturers incrementally deploy the first driverless technology on urban roads. Manufacturers incorporate new sensor and GIS technology at the design stage, addressing cyber security issues and thus quelling data privacy concerns. These developments help refine regulations and legislation concerning driverless technology. Consumers can opt to share their data with insurers in return for discounts on insurance payments.

See: The rise of safety innovations in intelligent mobility

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* “Augmented Reality: Envision a More Intelligent World,” Semico Research,