💬 “All autonomous vehicles learn from any mistakes that one vehicle makes, as the new knowledge is propagated throughout the rest of the network. On the other hand, when a person makes a mistake, it is only one single driver that learns from the experience. This has huge implications for road safety.” @Raymond Han

This is a conversation with Raymond Han

🎙️ Raymond was the former Head of Business Development at Nissan Motor Corporation, now turned career and business transformation coach. Previous to working at Nissan he was Head of New Markets at BMW Group Financial Services. Raymond has had a distinguished career in Automotive, working in Japan, Germany and South Korea.

🎧 In this episode of the Beyond Journeys series on the @Boundless Podcast, Raymond talks about:
💡 1.) The new customer experience opportunities that arise from the flexibility of electric, connected autonomous vehicles
💡 2.) how connected, autonomous vehicles will allow seamless travel beyond borders on your terms, anticipating your needs and in line with your preferences
💡 3.) how road travel is about to become a lot safer and the implications of this
💡 4.) why EVs are better suited to running around the clock and what that will mean for the cost of travel
💡 5.) how the pay as you drive concept will change the insurance industry and the costs of driving
This is the Beyond Journeys series on the Boundless Podcast, we are exploring how the electrification of road travel will impact our lives and environment.

Discover more at https://boundlesspodcast.co.uk/beyond-journeys-series/