Autonomous Vehicle (AV) Evolution in Asia-Pacific, Forecast to 2030

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This market insight offers an analysis of the evolution of autonomous vehicles (AVs) in Asia-Pacific. It discusses key developments in AVs in Asia-Pacific countries, such as Japan, South Korea, Singapore, and China, from 2013 to 2030. The insight also assesses original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and government efforts for AVs, trials for AVs for research and development (R&D), and challenges to the development of these vehicles in each country. The market insight includes an executive summary, a discussion of the countries evaluating AVs in Asia-Pacific, and conclusions and a future outlook.

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Autonomous Vehicle (AV) Evolution in Asia-Pacific, Forecast to 2030Executive SummaryKey Stakeholders for Autonomous Vehicles in Asia-PacificEvolution of AVs in Asia-PacificKey Benefits of AVs in Asia-PacificKey Challenges to AV Development in Asia-PacificKey FindingsCountries Evaluating Autonomous Vehicles in Asia-Pacific—JapanGovernment Efforts for AVs in JapanTrials for AVs for R&D in Japan—2013–2015Trials for AVs for R&D in Japan—2013–2015 (continued)Trials for AVs for R&D in Japan—2013–2015 (continued)Other Initiatives to Support AV DevelopmentChallenges to AV Development in JapanSingaporeGovernment Efforts for AVs in SingaporeGovernment Efforts for AVs in Singapore (continued)Government Efforts for AVs in Singapore (continued)R&D Initiatives for AV DevelopmentTrials for AVs for R&D in Singapore—2013–2015Trials for AVs for R&D in Singapore—2013–2015 (continued)Trials for AVs for R&D in Singapore—2013–2015 (continued)Other Initiatives to Support AV Development in SingaporeChallenges to AV Development in SingaporeSouth KoreaGovernment Efforts for AVs in South KoreaGovernment Efforts for AVs in South Korea (continued)Government Efforts for AVs in South Korea (continued)Trials for AVs for R&D in South Korea—2015OEM Initiatives to Support AV Development in South KoreaOEM Initiatives to Support AV Development in South Korea—Samsung CorporationChallenges to AV Development in South KoreaChinaOEM Alliances for Autonomous Technology Development in ChinaTrials for AV for R&D in China—2013–2015Trials for AVs for R&D in China—2013–2015 (continued)Other Initiatives to Support AV Development in ChinaOther Initiatives to Support AV Development in China (continued)Challenges to AV Development in ChinaConclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and Future Outlook—JapanKey Conclusions and Future Outlook—SingaporeKey Conclusions and Future Outlook—South KoreaKey Conclusions and Future Outlook—ChinaLegal DisclaimerAppendixTable of Acronyms Used The Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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