The idea of self-driving vehicles has fascinated mankind for a long time. Whether it be a autonomous car, boat or plane, we’ve all imagined a far-fetched future where machines/artificial intelligence would be able to navigate themselves around traffic and bring us safely to the desired destination.
What seems farfetched for many, might actually be starting to take shape in nearer future than thought.
Along with many leading companies such as UBER, amazon, Mercedes Benz and Rolls Royce, Triwer firmly believes that autonomous vehicles will play a vital part in reshaping the person and goods transportation industry landscape.
While many believe the automation of vehicles will bring along negative affects for humans, such as rendering certain occupations unnecessary, we expect self-driving vehicles to have a flourishing impact for all involved — instead of eliminating jobs, it will compliment the human role, instead of taking over from where humans have left off, it will empower us to autonomize certain processes while allocating manpower to head operations where human intelligence, knowledge and skill is needed to reduce inefficiencies. …
Triwer sees the potential as well as the challenges currently present in the e-commerce market, and is excited to enter and revolutionize the industry with its all-in-one solution.
In 2016 consumers have spent roughly 1.9 trillion dollars shopping online, and it is projected at more than 4 trillion by 2021. Global e-commerce sales are expected to increase by 246.15% from 2014 to 2021, as well as to surpass 15% of total worldwide retail sales by 2021.