Autonomous Driving is set to redefine the mobility eco system as we know it today. The industry is at the cusp of a paradigm shift that will open avenues for new entrants and drive existing participants to rethink.
There will be numerous business opportunities from within the automotive industry and outside, but there will be two key common denominators to all of these opportunities: data and utilization. The core element to success in this market is embracing this phenomenon and aligning any offering in this industry to that one factor. Frost & Sullivan’s Autonomous Driving program area focuses on all new and shifting trends across this lucrative market such as:
- Market trends impacting uptake of autonomous vehicles in the future
- Technology trends driving innovation in the autonomous driving space
- Emergence of new technology and service providers that provide the disruptive change to the industry
- Competitive assessment of OEM and supplier strategies towards achieving autonomous capabilities.
- Market evaluation and forecasting of autonomous driving enablers and autonomous vehicles.
We work closely with the world’s largest OEMs, suppliers, service providers and technology firms to help them find the opportunities in this sea of change. Our holistic yet substantial research services enable us to stay at the forefront of change in this dynamic market, and enable our clients to achieve the same.
24 Aug 2021  |  North America
Progressive Regulatory Frameworks and Technology Developments Boost Future Growth Potential of Autonomous Vehicles
Partners in the autonomous driving value chain are on the brink of developing advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving systems to enhance the safety and convenience requirements of the driver, passengers, and other vulnerable road users. Increasing automated safety requirements have necessitated the need for a robust regulat...
19 Aug 2021  |  Global
Theme III: Will Transition from L2.5 to L5 Autonomy be Linear or Exponential—Voice of Industry Thought Leaders
Intelligent Mobility Event, Japan, 2021
Frost & Sullivan organized the 13th edition of its flagship Intelligent Mobility Summit 2021 on July 14 and 15, 2021. The focus of the two-day virtual summit was “Intelligent Mobility: Innovating to Zero” with the spotlight on the Asia-Pacific region. This year, the Summit brought together a stellar group of industry thought leaders, policymake...
30 Apr 2021  |  Global
Future Growth Potential Enhanced by Growth Opportunities in L2 And L3 Piloted Driving Features
The automotive industry is among the most affected sectors in the pandemic and is currently amid progressive recovery in major markets. Autonomous driving has also faced challenges due to this. A few of them include a decline in Autonomous Vehicle (AV) sales, shortage in value chain components, delayed technology introduction, and shift in consumer...
07 Dec 2020  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
India Follows Global Safety Systems With the Introduction of New Active and Passive Safety Mandates through Bharat New Vehicle Safety Assessment Program (BNVSAP)
The automotive industry is at a tipping point, with factors such as increasing urbanization and congestion, shifting consumer behavior toward connectivity, transition toward electric vehicles, and many more disrupting the changing dynamics of the market. One such factor that has garnered attention across the globe is the rising focus on reducing ro...
30 Sep 2020  |  Asia Pacific
Strategic Partnering and Technology Strategy to Accelerate the Transformational Growth of Autonomous Vehicles
Japan’s automotive market is highly developed and evolving. Autonomous driving is advancing for both commercial and personal use. Naturally, global OEMs, suppliers, and technology companies are leading the charge, with significant inputs from research institutes and universities. In 2017, the Japanese government allowed driving tests on highways...
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29 Jul 2019  |  Asia Pacific
Autonomous Vehicle Sales in China are Expected to Reach 1.5 Million Units by 2025
The Chinese automotive market is likely to shift into a higher intelligence level by 2025. The L1 and L2 autonomous vehicles are currently available in the market, with a total sales of 0.3 million units in 2018. Going forward, the market is likely to experience a positive compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 28.4%, reaching 1.5 million unit shipm...
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02 Apr 2019  |  Global
~8,000 Level 4 Autonomous Trucks are Expected by 2025 Globally, Yet Regulations and Liability Framework Remain a Major Challenge
Frost & Sullivan's research service on the regulatory framework towards autonomous driving in heavy-duty truck provides detailed market and technology trends, challenges, and forecasts from 2017 to 2025 at a global level. The study identifies and analyzes the key goals and progression needed to realize autonomous semi-trucks by 2025. It outlines th...
28 Jan 2019  |  North America
Tesla’s In-house Technological Innovations will Continue to Upend the Conventional Automotive Industry
Once in a while, a new market participant will emerge in an industry and disrupt its technological and business landscape entirely. In the automobile industry, the entry of Tesla created this dramatic shift and began to transform the sector. Tesla’s fully self-reliant business model has disrupted conventional ways of doing business, as traditiona...
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26 Dec 2018  |  Global
Goods Delivery and Inter-city Shuttle Services Create Opportunities for Autonomous Vehicles in the Near Term
With the global focus on optimizing commuters’ safety, there is high demand for technologies providing 360-degree view of surrounding vehicles to reduce accidents. An autonomous vehicle is poised to witness adoption of breakthrough sensing solutions such as solid-state LiDARs for depth sensing and Blockchain for data security. Autonomous vehicl...
15 Mar 2018  |  North America
The Global Autonomous Driving Market is Expected Grow up to $173.15 B by 2030, with Shared Mobility Services Contributing to 65.31%
2018 will see the first true deployment of automation where the vehicle will tell the driver with the first level 3 (L3) autonomous capability by taking the driver out of the loop to be introduced next year. Ironically, this may happen through a software patch update or a flagship generational product launch. Regardless of the medium through which ...