by Scott Schenker
The relationship we have with our cars is the stuff of legend. In fact, Sir William Lyons, one of the founders of Jaguar Cars, said, “The car is the closest thing we will ever create to something alive.”
While I can’t imagine how Sir Lyons would feel about today’s technology, I know many who are more emotionally attached to their cars than they are other humans.
Breaking that bond will be difficult.
But the opposite is true of work vehicles. You don’t often see Facebook post of friends with the fork lift they restored.
The disruption brought about by autonomous vehicles will be felt in work vehicles before it become the norm in personal and leisure vehicles. And there are plenty of opportunities for that disruption at events and convention centers.
At one recent event, there were 150 vendors whose only job was to drive: a forklift, cart, truck, bus, garbage…
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