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.
26 May 2015  |  North America
Beyond Automated Driving—Congestion Cut by 25% and Pollution 15% by 2035
While cooperative-driving (V2X-based) is a dependency-based model and automated driving (sensor-based) is a self-sufficient model, these roads converge and complement, thereby leading to intelligent mobility. Moreover, intelligent mobility integrates automated, connected driving with new mobility business models, helping to reduce fatalities, traff...
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28 Aug 2015  |  North America
LIDAR-based Strategies for Active Safety and Automated Driving from Major OEMs in Europe and North America
Seven of the Top-13 OEMs to Drive 8-fold Growth of LIDAR Revenue Potential by 2021
This study discusses LIDAR as a part of a sensor suite in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) in next-generation automated passenger vehicles. It analyses which type of LIDAR would best enable active safety and automated driving functions, especially as Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) are now accepting LIDAR as integral for partial to...
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01 Feb 2016  |  Asia Pacific
Governments and OEMs Power Transformation, Japan at Forefront, to Showcase its Capabilities in Time for 2020 Tokyo Olympics
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 ...
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17 Mar 2016  |  North America
Automated Vehicle Technologies Set for Take-Off, Early Wave Testers Include Ford Motor Company, Volvo AB and Big 3 German OEMs in Europe
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 identifi...
24 Mar 2016  |  North America
Taxi eHailing, Public Transport and Shared Mobility Segments Display Potential as Commuter Focus Shifts from Value-for-Money to Value-for-Time Services
With autonomous vehicles soon to be a reality, it is necessary for OEMs, mobility providers, and anyone associated within the mobility value chain to look at different business models in order to be relevant to future times and be a profitable business. The study looks at the impact of autonomous vehicles on different segments within the automotive...
31 Aug 2016  |  Global
Innovative Material Strategy to Transform Automotive Design and Manufacturing
Scope of the report The research report includes the following segments: Product scope: Automotive Powertrain, Chassis, Body, and Materials Roadmaps Geographic scope: Global End-user scope: Passenger vehicle OEMs and suppliers The research provides an overview of the automotive powertrain, chassis, body, and materials roadmaps. It includes...
07 Nov 2016  |  North America
Along with Level 3 and 4 Functions, Shared Mobility Portfolio to Play a Key Role in OEMs’ Future Business Models
While OEMs are racing towards achieving L4 and 5 automation features in their vehicles in developed markets such as NA and Europe, there will be major improvements in the ADAS sensors that will be used to achieve the desired features. Every OEM is working on a strategy that is different from others in terms of the level of automation desired. With ...
21 Nov 2016  |  Global
Software Margins in ADAS Applications to Grow Above 20% by 2020
This research service discusses LIDAR as a part of the ADAS sensor suite in the future generation of automated passenger vehicles. With OEMs accepting LIDAR as an integral part of the solution for partial to fully automated vehicles, this study details the type of LIDAR that would be best suited for enabling active safety and automated driving. Thi...
29 Nov 2016  |  Asia Pacific
The ADAS Market is Likely to Grow Rapidly with More Complements in the Short to Medium Term
The research provides an overview of the top five Advance Driving Assistance System (ADAS) supplier company profiles in Japan, which include Aisin Seiki, Fujitsu Ten, Denso, Hitachi Automotive Systems, and Nidec Elesys. It covers the government policy of mandatory ADAS installation in vehicles, as well as the benefits that it brings to the market a...
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24 Apr 2017  |  North America
Cockpit Digitization Will Have a Positive Impact on Take Rates for eMirrors in Future
Piloted driving is rapidly being offered by most OEMs for a particular stretch. All major OEMs have a definite plan to launch an automated vehicle by at least 2025, while trying to differentiate themselves by how the automation is delivered to the customer. Automakers face the inevitable shift from today's brand loyalty into more functional and l...