By this view came known financiers and analysts.
Analysts at Morgan Stanley warn — robomobile will allow people weekly to drink one alcoholic drink more than usual. Passengers drones will be able to drink alcohol before, after and during the trip without any constraints that will affect the growth of the alcohol market.
With the advent of unmanned vehicles people will drink one alcoholic drink a week more than before. As a result, in the next decade to increase annual revenues alcoholic companies will increase 80 basis points, according to Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas, in a letter to customers. At the moment the global market for alcoholic beverages estimated at $1.5 trillion.
First and foremost, the winners will be manufacturers of beer and produce premium-level, as well as establishments that sell alcoholic beverages. “Drinking and driving will no longer be mutually exclusive”, — quotes the Jonas CNBC.
Analysts recommend to bet on shares of Constellation Brands, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Diageo, Brown-Forman and Kweichow Moutai, as well as in the restaurant chain BJ’s Restaurants, Buffalo Wild Wings and Brinker, who receive 10-20% of the proceeds from the sale of alcoholic beverages.
On average, people spend 600 billion hours in cars and 380 billion hours for alcohol use. With the advent of robomobile these indicators will overlap, as people will have more opportunities to drink before driving, and during.
Simultaneously with the increase of the market of alcohol will decrease the number of accidents, including fatal accidents. According to analysts, in 2015 29% of all fatal accidents in the U.S. occurred due to alcohol consumption. These losses caused damage to the economy worth more than $44 billion.
According to experts, after 13 years 25% of all trips in the United States will be performed by unmanned vehicles. If Morgan Stanley analysts are right, then by 2030 the culture of alcohol consumption will change. Despite this, the engineers around the world continue to develop breathalyzer. They will be built in bracelets and smartphones, as well as release in the form of biosensors and tattoos. And British scientists are already working on a synthetic alcohol alcosynth, which gives the effect of intoxication without the subsequent hangover.
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