The adoption of self-driving technology depends on user experience, particularly in passenger vehicles. Safety is the primary concern, requiring a combination of sensor hardware, such as cameras, and software to identify potential safety risks and alert the driver to take action to avoid a collision.
Self-driving cars offer numerous benefits, such as reduced traffic congestion, increased accessibility, and improved safety. However, concerns about safety and user experience have slowed their adoption. To overcome these challenges, manufacturers are investing in advanced technologies that enhance the safety and reliability of self-driving cars, ensuring a better user experience and driving greater adoption.