By 2020 it is expected that the [Australian] regulatory landscape will be ready for driverless vehicles and the idea that a "driver" will be the software. As cars become mobile computers which communicate with other cars and street furniture, the change and disruption to traditional supply chains and insurance models will also have to change.

Increasing synergies between the Nordic tech and automotive industries pave the way for driverless cars through 5G and mobile communications technology.