Over 2000 Start Ups Disrupting the Global Automotive and Mobility Sector

Over 2000 Start Ups Disrupting the Global Automotive and Mobility Sector

With $188 Billion Funding, Start Ups are Accelerating Innovation within the Auto Industry Eco System with Innovative Business Models

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The mobility industry is witnessing widespread change. Over the last decade or so, existing solutions and archaic models within the automotive industry have been confronted by auto-tech solutions and new business models that are set to transform the way people commute from point A to point B. Recent trends in artificial intelligence, machine learning, electrification, and sensorization will make the car of the future connected, electric, smart and autonomous thereby not only displacing the existing system but also making them obsolete.

The emergence of such trends and technological advancements in the automotive industry are in line with the growing number of disruptive start-ups within this space. Start-ups, in that sense, are playing a critical role in speeding up innovations and bringing change to the market at a break-neck speed not witnessed earlier. This has forced Tier I OEMs to set up their own incubation programs that would allow them to be a part of this change. For instance, firms such as Honda, Volvo, Ford, Mercedes-Benz are some of the major OEMs that have recently set up their research wing, innovation lab in Israel to drive new innovations in computer vision, cybersecurity, connected car solutions, mapping platforms, autonomous driving parking solutions, and many others.

In that context, the mobility start-up analysis is a first-of-its-kind deliverable from Frost & Sullivan. This research service is meant for all stakeholders within the industry and those tech firms that are looking to enter/make their presence felt in the automotive industry. The study derives its analysis largely from an excel database covering more than 2000 start-ups and 70 or more countries that have shaken the global automotive landscape. The database comprise of general parameters covering a brief description on the start-up, found date, country and city of origin, website, operating status, and investors. It also comprises critical parameters in segmenting the start-ups by automotive domains and sub-domains. The database concentrates on 7 major automotive domains—auto IOT, electric vehicles, connected solutions, autonomous technology, new mobility services retail & aftersales, and logistics and supplychain—and is further broken into 44 sub-automotive domains.

The objective of the study is to largely capture the major shifts and themes within the mobility start-up universe, provide a regional and country wide perspective in terms of start-up penetration, investments and those acquired/closed. The study delves deeper into an analysis of start-ups by automotive domains and sub-domains. It also uncovers the major automotive stacks that are generating a lot of traction and are ripe for further disruption in the industry through start-up participation and the $ investments that these stacks are attracting. Lastly, this research service also showcases the implication of covid to the automotive start-up ecosystem and how these firms are reviewed from a funding/investment perspective.

Author: Vijay Narayanan Natarajan

Table of Contents

Why Is It Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on the Automotive Start-up Ecosystem

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

The Start-up Ecosystem—2000 or More Start-ups Disrupt the Value Chain

Start-ups by Major Automotive Domain

Six out of the Top Highly Funded Start-ups are from Asia

China Poised to Displace US as the Hub for Billion-dollar Automotive Start-ups

Israel, the Global Silicon Valley for Automotive Technology

Shift from Shared, Connected, Electric to Autonomous

The Next Start-up Disruption Wave will be in Logistics

COVID-19 and Implications for Start-ups

The Start-up Methodology

Breaking Down Automotive Domains and Sub-Domains

Defining Automotive Sub-Domains

Defining Automotive Sub-Domains (continued)

Defining Automotive Sub-Domains (continued)

Defining Automotive Sub-Domains (continued)

Start-up Definition

The Start-up Ecosystem—2000 Plus Start-ups Disrupting the Value Chain

Growth in Start-up Ecosystem

Automotive Start-ups by Region

Asia Emerging A Global Destination for Start-up Investments

Start-ups Number by Major Automotive Domain

Start-ups Investments by Major Automotive Domains

Active vs. Acquired vs. Closed

Americas Automotive Start-up Ecosystem

Americas’ Billion-Dollar Start-ups

Europe’s Automotive Start-up Ecosystem

Germany Emerging as the Start-up Destination Across Europe

China’s Automotive Start-up Ecosystem

China, the Next Frontier for Billion Dollar Start-ups

India’s Automotive Start-up Ecosystem

Indian Start-ups by Region

Bengaluru the Indian Hub for Automotive Start-ups in India

Indian Start-ups by Major Automotive Domains

India’s Growing Billion-dollar Start-ups Adding to its Growth Story

Shifts Within the Indian Automotive Start-up Ecosystem

Start-up Number by Country

Start-up Investment by Country

Breakdown of Start-ups by Automotive Domains

Breakdown of Start-ups by Automotive Domain

Start-ups by Major Automotive Domains

Breaking down Start-up Numbers by Sub-domain—Auto-IOT

Breaking down Start-up Numbers by Sub-domain—New Mobility

Breaking down Start-up Numbers by Sub-domain—Connected Solutions

Breaking down Start-up Numbers by Sub-domain—Autonomous

Breaking down Start-up Numbers by Sub-domain—Electric Vehicles

Breaking down Start-up Numbers by Sub-domain—Logistics

Breaking down Start-up Numbers by Sub-domain—Retail and Aftersales

Growth Opportunity in Electric Vehicle Market

Growth Opportunity—Regulations a Driving Force for Innovative EV Start-ups

Growth Opportunity in Autonomous Technology Market

Growth Opportunity—OEMs’ Plan for Level 4 Autonomous Technology Adoption Post 2025

India

Israel

Germany

China

France

US

UK

Layoffs by Mobility Domain in US

Winners Amidst COVID-19

Government Aid to Start-up Ecosystem

Recently Funded Start-ups Amid COVID-19

Autonomous Start-ups Gaining Momentum during COVID-19—The Case of Waymo

Autonomous Start-ups Gaining Momentum during COVID-19—The Case of Neolix

Mobility Start-up Failure Amidst COVID-19—The Case of Hertz

Your Next Steps

Why Frost, Why Now?

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

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The mobility industry is witnessing widespread change. Over the last decade or so, existing solutions and archaic models within the automotive industry have been confronted by auto-tech solutions and new business models that are set to transform the way people commute from point A to point B. Recent trends in artificial intelligence, machine learning, electrification, and sensorization will make the car of the future connected, electric, smart and autonomous thereby not only displacing the existing system but also making them obsolete. The emergence of such trends and technological advancements in the automotive industry are in line with the growing number of disruptive start-ups within this space. Start-ups, in that sense, are playing a critical role in speeding up innovations and bringing change to the market at a break-neck speed not witnessed earlier. This has forced Tier I OEMs to set up their own incubation programs that would allow them to be a part of this change. For instance, firms such as Honda, Volvo, Ford, Mercedes-Benz are some of the major OEMs that have recently set up their research wing, innovation lab in Israel to drive new innovations in computer vision, cybersecurity, connected car solutions, mapping platforms, autonomous driving parking solutions, and many others. In that context, the mobility start-up analysis is a first-of-its-kind deliverable from Frost & Sullivan. This research service is meant for all stakeholders within the industry and those tech firms that are looking to enter/make their presence felt in the automotive industry. The study derives its analysis largely from an excel database covering more than 2000 start-ups and 70 or more countries that have shaken the global automotive landscape. The database comprise of general parameters covering a brief description on the start-up, found date, country and city of origin, website, operating status, and investors. It also comprises critical parameters in segmenting the start-ups by automotive domains and sub-domains. The database concentrates on 7 major automotive domains—auto IOT, electric vehicles, connected solutions, autonomous technology, new mobility services retail & aftersales, and logistics and supplychain—and is further broken into 44 sub-automotive domains. The objective of the study is to largely capture the major shifts and themes within the mobility start-up universe, provide a regional and country wide perspective in terms of start-up penetration, investments and those acquired/closed. The study delves deeper into an analysis of start-ups by automotive domains and sub-domains. It also uncovers the major automotive stacks that are generating a lot of traction and are ripe for further disruption in the industry through start-up participation and the $ investments that these stacks are attracting. Lastly, this research service also showcases the implication of covid to the automotive start-up ecosystem and how these firms are reviewed from a funding/investment perspective. Author: Vijay Narayanan Natarajan
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