Global Autonomous Driving Market Outlook, 2016

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The 2016 autonomous driving outlook has two sides to its story. One is of a transitional evolution from a technology angle, though with pockets of disruptive innovations. The other is of a transformational revolution of the automotive business that will change the industry and the ecosystem as we know them today. This shift will create winners and losers and the winner could be anything from an OEM to a mobility provider and are likely to be enterprises that provide the best car-ownership and driving experience beyond just the product. The outlook delves into various opportunities that can arise in the market and provides a broad forecast of the number of autonomous vehicles that are likely to be on the roads o

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Executive Summary2015 Key Highlights2015–2016 Senior Management Top-of-Mind Issues2016 Top 6 PredictionsResearch Scope and SegmentationResearch ScopeVehicle SegmentationAutonomous Major Market and Technology Trends—2016Market Trend 1—Realization of Level 2 and Level 3 Autonomous DrivingMarket Trend 2—Disruption to CommercialisationMarket Trend 3—Consolidation at Supplier LevelMarket Trend 4—Evolution of Functional Safety RegulationsTechnology Trend 1—LiDARTechnology Trend 2—48V Power NetTechnology Trend 3—Sensor FusionTechnology Trend 4—Deep LearningTechnology Trend 5—High Definition MappingAutonomous Key Product Analysis—2016 OEMSociety of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Definitions and OEM PositioningAudi—Piloted DrivingBMW—Connected Drive ProjectFord Motor Co’s Partnership With Velodyne Inc.Mercedes Benz—Drive PilotTesla—AutopilotVolvo AB—Drive Me ProjectCompetitive Positioning of Select OEMsIntroduction to Market RoadmapOEM Unit Shipment Forecast—EuropeOEM Unit Shipment Forecast—North AmericaAutonomous Key Product Analysis—2016 SuppliersBosch Autonomous Driving VisionContinental Autonomous Driving VisionDelphi—Vehicle-to-Everything (V2E)Mobileye—System-on-ChipNVIDIA—Deep LearningTexas Instruments—Core CapabilityQualcomm—Next Gen ProcessorsSupplier Capability and PreferenceSupplier Capability and Preference (continued)Automated Driving Testing and Regulations—2016Legislative Overview for Testing of automated Vehicles—USMember States Initiative for Testing of Automated Vehicles—EURegulations for Testing of Automated Vehicles—AsiaComparative Overview of OEMs and DisruptorsRegional Market Trends and Analysis—2016European Autonomous Market—OverviewNorth American Autonomous Market—OverviewJapanese Autonomous Market—OverviewKey Conclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and 2016 OutlookTopics Focal Points of Global Autonomous Driving ProgramLegal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering Methodology


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