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Driverless cars stand to solve all sorts of problems, like traffic delays and traffic collisions caused by driver error, but it doesn’t stop there: autonomous vehicles will bring to market all sorts of new and exciting applications for a variety of industries, like shipping, transportation, and emergency transportation.

Business Insider Intelligence reports that roughly 10 million cars with automated navigation technology will be on the road in 2025. McKinsey has predicted that roughly 15% of automobiles sold in 2030 could be fully autonomous.

Many major automotive manufacturers, including General Motors, Ford, Mercedes Benz, Volkswagen, Audi, Nissan, Toyota, BMW, and Volvo, are in the process of testing driverless car systems.

Lidar makes it possible for self-driving cars to have a 3D view of their environment. It provides shape and depth to surrounding cars and pedestrians as well as the road geography. And, like radar, it works just as well in low-light conditions.