Global Test Sites and Incentive Programs for Automated Cars, Forecast to 2022

Automated Vehicle Technologies Set for Take-Off, Early Wave Testers Include Ford Motor Company, Volvo AB and Big 3 German OEMs in Europe

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Major automotive OEMs globally are now incorporating active safety and automated vehicle technologies in their future vehicle line-up to enhance safety and driver comfort. To gauge the suitability of each technology, continuous testing and validation is a must. Based on the supportive legislation, several regions across the globe have been identified to facilitate testing and validation under different conditions. While such experiments can be conducted in assigned secure public roads, there are certain closed facilities which are simulated real-world environments offering possibilities for advanced testing. These test beds are strapped with the latest technology to capture and process data from vehicle sensors. Companies associated with these test beds provide the technological, legal, and infrastructure backup needed. OEMs and third-party technology testers choose test beds as per their needs.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Vital Takeaways
Region
Legislation
Test Bed
OEMs
Strategic Locations of Major Test Facilities Across the Globe
Key Opportunities and Risk Assessment
Major Test Bed Facilities—Overview
2. Research Scope, Objectives, and Background
Research Scope
Research Aims and Objectives
Research Background
Key Participant Groups Compared in This Study
Ford Motor Co.
General Motors
Tesla Motors
Google Inc.
Others
3. Key Definitions, Automated Vehicle Market, and Legislative Overview
Test Bed—Definition
SAE Definitions and OEM positioning
Overview of Automated Driving—By Major OEMs
Legislative Overview for Testing of Automated Vehicles—NA
Member State Initiative for Testing of Automated Vehicles—Europe
Regulations for Testing of Automated Vehicles—Asia
4. Major Test Beds for Testing of Automated Cars
Important Parameters in Selection of Test Bed
AstaZero
Volvo Test Bed—Europe
The Facility in Detail
Why AstaZero?
Michigan’s Mcity, Ann Arbor— North America
Michigan’s Mcity and Major Partnerships
Why Mcity?
5. Other Important Test Beds for Testing of Automated Cars
California’s GoMentum Station, Contra Costa Transportation Authority, Concord
Florida’s Lee Roy Selmon Expressway, THEA, Tampa Bay
Virginia Smart Road, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, Blacksburg
General Motors’ Active Safety Test Area (ASTA)–Michigan, US
UK Connected Intelligent Transport Environment (UKCITE)
Other Important Test Beds Across the Globe
Other Noteworthy Experiments in Automated Driving
6. OEM and Disruptor Approach Towards Testing of Automated Cars
Ford Motors
Tesla Motors
General Motors
Facilities for Disruptors
Comparative Overview Of OEMS and Disruptors
7. Conclusion and Key Findings
Key Conclusions and Future Outlook
3 Big Predictions
Legal Disclaimer
8. Appendix
Market Engineering Methodology


List of Figures & Charts

1. Implications, Europe and North America, 2015–2022
2. Autonomous Vehicle Market: Major Test Beds, Key Opportunities and Risk Assessment, Europe and North America, 2015
3. Autonomous Vehicle Market: Major Test Beds, Europe and North America, 2015
4. Autonomous Vehicle Market: Major OEM Strategy, Europe and North America, 2015–2022
5. Autonomous Vehicle Market: Enacted Legislations in Parts of US, North America, 2015
6. Autonomous Vehicle Market: Enacted Legislation, Europe, 2015
7. Autonomous Vehicle Market: Enacted Legislation, Asia, 2015


1. Autonomous Vehicle Market: Automated Vehicle Test Beds Key Locations, Global, 2015
2. Test Bed for Automated Vehicle—Categorization Parameters, Europe and North America, 2015
3. Test Bed for Automated Vehicle—AstaZero, Europe, 2015
4. Test Bed for Automated Vehicle—AstaZero, Europe, 2015
5. Test Bed for Automated Vehicle—AstaZero, Europe, 2015
6. Test Bed for Automated Vehicle Testing–Mcity, North America, 2015
7. Test Bed for Automated Vehicle Testing–Mcity, Key Highlights and Partnerships, North America, 2015
8. Test Bed for Automated Vehicle Testing: Mcity, Overall Benefits, North America, 2015
9. Test Bed for Automated Vehicle Testing: GoMentum Station—Key Highlights and Partnerships, North America, 2015
10. Test Bed for Automated Vehicle Testing: LRSE—Key Highlights and Partnerships, North America, 2015
11. Test Bed for Automated Vehicle Testing: Virginia Smart Road—Key Highlights and Partnerships, North America, 2015
12. Test Bed for Automated Vehicle Testing: ASTA—Key Highlights and Partnerships, North America, 2015
13. Test Bed for Automated Vehicle Testing: Overview of Key Projects in the UK, Europe, 2015
14. Test Bed for Automated Vehicle Testing: Overview of Other Key Test Beds, Global, 2015
15. Test Bed for Automated Vehicle Testing: Other Notable Test Locations, Global, 2015
16. Test Bed for Automated Vehicle Testing: OEM Approach—Ford Motor Co., North America, 2015
17. Test Bed for Automated Vehicle Testing: OEM Approach—Tesla Motors., North America, 2015
18. Test Bed for Automated Vehicle Testing: OEM Approach—General Motors, North America, 2015
19. Test Bed for Automated Vehicle Testing: Overview of Disruptors and their Moves, Global, 2015
20. Test Bed for Automated Vehicle Testing—Overview of OEMs vs. Disruptors, Global, 2015



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