How autonomous driving could move forward

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Many years and many billions of dollars were invested. But many changed their plans.

Predictions of the market launch of vehicles with partial or high automation were postponed, put on hold or withdrawn. This was due in particular to technology problems and a lack of regulations for autonomous driving. Nevertheless, there are also moments of success. And the opportunity for a transformation of mobility still exists. After all, autonomous driving would also have some advantages, such as an increase in road safety. Drivers would also gain time to relax, for example.

To better assess the future of autonomous driving, McKinsey has designed and recently updated a detailed market model. This includes data from more than 2,800 cities and rural areas in more than 110 countries. New opportunities now seem to be opening up more in the private sector, especially in the premium segment. More inclined to autonomous driving are the Chinese (81 percent), more than Americans (52 percent) or Europeans (60 percent in Germany), according to a McKinsey survey. Chinese citizens in particular are interested in technology and also less brand loyal.

It remains to be seen when autonomous driving will become a so-called game changer in the automotive sector. In the case of electromobility, the rising registration figures show that it is gaining acceptance. This is only possible through the use of important future raw materials, i.e. battery raw materials such as lithium, cobalt or nickel.

Millennial Lithium (- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mc8deysBqY8&t=1s -) owns lithium in Argentina in the Pastos Grandes lithium project.

Cobalt and nickel are available from the Canada Nickel Company (- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6YbRv9evZN4&t=8s -)in Ontario in its flagship project, the Crawford Nickel Cobalt Sulfide Project.

Current corporate information and press releases from Millennial Lithium (-https://www.resource-capital.ch/...) and Canada Nickel Company (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/canada-nickel-company-inc/ -).

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