What will Auto Pro­duc­tion be like in 10 years or 2030?

Looks like 2 shared man­u­fac­tur­ing chan­nels: Mass Pro­duced AVs & Cus­tom built vehi­cles.

Autonomous vehi­cle mar­ket share in U.S. could be over 40%’ 30% in UK

Vehi­cles will be pre-assem­bled mod­els- Then built by robot­ics.

Data Man­age­ment will be fore­most in auto man­u­fac­tur­ing

This illus­tri­ous video lays out the mar­kets, the man­u­fac­tur­ing, and mass pro­duc­tion of vehi­cles.

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2019 Predictions for Robotics & Automation by AI Industry Experts

See Robotics Business Review's Listing of the 2019 Predictions from Leaders in the Robotics Industry

Here is a Look ahead so that you can anticipate the top trends for next year.
The robotics industry continues to gear up for 2019 with expectations that it will be even bigger, faster, & more innovative.
You are encouraged to find and read Robotics Business Review in 2019
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50 Trends to Watch in 2019

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Amazon Air Makes a Last Mile Strategy by UPS & Fed X a MUST & ASAP

The Significance of FedX & UPS Market Performance:

1) Fed-X Making abrupt changes in management--Air CEO Out
2) Threat from Amazon will drive down stock value of FedX
3) Amazon Air to take 2% of FedX-UPS revenue in 2019
4) Need to cut costs & change logistics delivery model by Fedx, UPS ASAP.

See the Updated posting of "The Situation" and note the SIGNIFICANCE of the management changes at FedX & the drop in Stock value at both companies [See WSJ, Dec 8 Issue for more detail]
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Ed BrojerdiConsumer OfficerFair.com - 12/31/1969

Fair.com continues to bring agency & industry executives to the forefront of Fair.com's focus on transforming the way people buy vehicles.

In agency-to-clients move, former KBS CEO Ed Brojerdi is the company’s chief consumer officer. He most recently spent a period consulting with 72andSunny and KBS.

Recently, Derek Callow, former director and global head of partner marketing for YouTube, was named the new CMO of Fair.com

Derek Callow, Chief Marketing Officer, Fair.com

Brojerdi will focus on ensuring that “the customer is the first consideration in every company decision” while Callow will help promote and grow the brand while hopefully establishing it as a major player in the very crowded auto market.

“Derek and Ed are the kind of leaders that innovative and meaningful companies are built around,” said founder and CEO Scott Painter. “Each is a proven and respected executive in a discipline critical to our ambitious growth plans, and I’m beyond thrilled to have them on the Fair team.”
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