Vision Alberga: perfect future — self-governing greetings from 2030!

We all know that the future will be self-managed and wonderful. Soon. Not long now until responsibility for the accident, triggered by self-driving cars will be on the car manufacturers robots. This will finally revoked driver’s license, and the police is reduced to a minimum.

Due to sustained decrease in human driving skills and the simultaneous development of self-driving cars not later than 2025 in society will no longer be supported by the idea of the tolerance of man “to helm” just because it may be a desire to steer. We agree.

As a result, insurance companies will offer very competitive rates for owners of driverless, unmanned robots. After a few years, ordinary citizens can no longer afford a car without an autopilot. The political purpose now proclaims not “zero emissions”, and “failsafe”. At any cost.

The decline of suburbs and villages will stay, because more people will be willing to accept a longer commute. Travel time will no longer be perceived as a waste of time, as in their moving fully Autonomous robotic vehicles, they will be able to talk on the phone, work and sleep.

In the future, the increased demand for land and energy outweigh the environmental benefits of electric vehicles. Will require construction of numerous new power plants offline. Distances are becoming more and more and more people will spend extremely much time in their cars. Lonely, but United digital network.

On the professions of taxi driver or trucker can only be read in history books. Instead, specially trained mechanics will earn their living on-site repair or (Autonomous) towing faulty self-driving cars.

A typical business will cease to exist, because most business people will be able to sleep at night during trips to meetings in their robotic vehicles and no longer need the bed. Some hotels will turn into showers of institutions on the model of the Japanese mini-hotels will provide travelers with the opportunity to shower, shave and have Breakfast.

From a premium manufacturer to niche automaker for individual orders

Mothers and fathers can spend with each other (or someone else) more time because the car-the robot will be able to take the kids to soccer practice and to school. As a result, increased sexual activity, will boost the number of children. We are saved.

In 2030, almost no one will walk, and will remain little room for orthopedic medical practices. But no one will no longer be afraid of the garages, just because people (except staff) will be forbidden to go there. Robots completely independently reach their charging stations on the unlit underground Parking spaces.

First driverless vehicles will be manufactured by European and Japanese manufacturers, but the spread and cheapening of the appropriate technology to manufacture cars virtually completely into the countries of the former third world.

The European automotive industry as we know it, will cease to exist. Mercedes, Audi, Porsche and BMW will be the first driver of innovation Autonomous driving, and then manufacturers in the niche of manufacturing robots-Suite individually decorated with rare wood and expensive leather.

They will shrink, to survive and to do without using labour. The Volkswagen group will be captured by the Chinese and, until the owned production workshops in Liberia, completely moved to Asia.

Goodbye public transport

A growing number of people who rely on state support, were guaranteed the right to a minimally equipped with a robotic car or free travel on the robotic car-sharing company. Public passenger transport will become superfluous and will die, the number of robotic transport, by contrast, will surely grow.

Due to this the average speed on the highway will be reduced to 80 kilometres per hour on all other streets — 25 miles per hour. Due to a permanent speed reduction in almost all fields of engineering will be possible saving, which will make the car-robots are more profitable.

Longer journey times are filled with social media activity and body care. A number of online stores and “pictures of cats in social networks” will immeasurably increase.

All will be well.