Strategic Analysis of Waymo's Future Autonomous Disruptive Capabilities for the Automotive Industry

Synergy with Google Holds the Key to Completing the Connected Devices Ecosystem for Alphabet Inc.

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Waymo, the autonomous technology company under the Alphabet conglomerate, is at the forefront of developing autonomous driving software for cars. Vehicles powered by Waymo's software help Alphabet complete its ecosystem of connected devices by serving as a data collection node when users are on the move. In a steadfast effort to enter the automotive industry, Alphabet Inc. has laid out a clear strategy targeting the connected and autonomous car spaces via Android OS for cars and Waymo, respectively. With Waymo completing more than 3 million miles of on-road driving and the introduction of the industry-first car without a steering wheel and pedals, it is expected to commercialize its technology ahead of competit

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Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Key FindingsExecutive Summary—Alphabet’s Products as Data Collection NodesExecutive Summary—Competitors’ Efforts in Creating an EcosystemExecutive Summary—Alphabet’s Progress into the Auto IndustryExecutive Summary—Waymo’s ACES VisionExecutive Summary—Impact on Business and Application Areas Research Scope and MethodologyResearch Scope Research Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions this Study will Answer Research Background Research Methodology Alphabet’s Targeted Endgame and Automotive VisionTargeted Endgame—The Alphabet EcosystemAlphabet’s Efforts in Strengthening its Automotive PortfolioAutonomous Cars—Alphabet’s Automotive GoalA Look into Waymo’s Growth Strategies Alphabet’s Product and Service Offerings’ Role in WaymoTimeline of Recent ActivitiesAutonomous Vehicle Testing—Fleet Expansion Autonomous Vehicle Testing—Location ExpansionCompetitive Landscape Impact of Waymo’s Innovations on the Global Automotive EcosystemEvolving Automotive EcosystemWaymo’s Autonomous Software Licensing Waymo’s Autonomous Sensor Suite ManufacturingWaymo-Powered Vehicle for Independent OwnershipGlobal Automotive Ecosystem With and Without WaymoApplication Areas of Waymo’s Autonomous Technology Waymo’s Business OpportunityBusiness Case 1—Waymo Partnering with Shared Mobility CompaniesBusiness Case 2—Waymo Enabling Data as a ServiceBusiness Case 3—Last-Mile Delivery and Logistics Business Case 4—Waymo’s Impact on Public TransportationSummary of Various Business Cases Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action Growth Opportunity for WaymoStrategic Imperatives for Success and Growth Research TakeawaysMilestones and Significance—So What?Key Highlights and Future OutlookThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering Methodology


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