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Autonomous vehicles in Florida: Open arms, no hands

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The global autonomous vehicles market is expected to reach $65 billion by 2027, according to Market Research Future.

Autonomous vehicles in Florida: Open arms, no hands

Amy Martinez | 4/26/2017

Florida has positioned itself well for a driverless future, but there’s a long road ahead before autonomous vehicles are commonplace. This in-depth status report looks at where the state is now, laws that impact autonomous vehicles, how shuttles and trucks are looking to take advantage of emerging technologies. There’s a profile of Florida Poly’s Test Track, synopsis of academic research going on the state, an update on Babcock Ranch, the Uber factor, and how autonomous vehicles would reshape Florida cities.

ALSO IN THIS ARTICLE: State Sen. Jeff Brandes; Paul Steinman; Ronald Kammer; Ananth Prasad; Dean Bushey; Carl Crane; Larry Burns.

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