Top 10 Technologies Impacting the Future of Automotive Market

Autonomous and Connected Cars, Logistics and Warehouse Robots, Interactive and Heads-Up Display Technologies Represent New Mobility Paradigms for the Future

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The automotive industry has seen an accelerated pace of technological development in recent years. Technological advancements in the automotive space have moved toward optimizing the overall customer driving experience, without compromising safety. To this end, there has been a tremendous amount of research and development in connected and autonomous vehicles, vehicle safety technologies and interactive displays. Advancements in these technologies have necessitated greater connectivity, made possible by harnessing the potential of Cloud Computing. Cloud Computing has made it possible to reshape the automotive value chain, while reducing costs. OEMs have also been able to add tremendous value to the entire value chain through Big Data Analytics, including vehicle diagnostics, sales analytics, collision avoidance, traffic updates, vehicle design, and customized settings. Advancements in Big Data are accelerating the path to the smart highway.

Governmental focus on reducing carbon emissions has led to the increasing use of lightweight materials in the manufacture of vehicles, and this trend will likely increase. The high strength to weight ratio of lightweight materials helps with reduction of the automotive industry's carbon footprint, without compromising safety. This move toward greener options has also led to the development of lithium batteries and fuel cells in the automotive space.
The rise of the millennial generation will see new business models emerge, such as car sharing and e-hailing. Millennials will be less inclined to car ownership, leading OEMs to explore the deployment of fleets of autonomous vehicles available on a usage basis. This research service covers the converging technologies that will enable OEMs to develop the car of the future based on value-based business models that have arisen out current megatrends.

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1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Process Methodology1.1 Research Process Methodology (continued)1.2 Key Findings 1.2 Key Findings (continued) 1.2 Key Findings (continued) 1.2 Key Findings (continued)1.2 Key Findings (continued)2.0 Autonomous and Connected Cars –Stepping into the Driverless Age2.1 Accelerating into the World of Digitized Mobility2.2 Increased Road Safety Encourages Technology Adoption2.3 Security and System Malfunctions Put the Brakes on Global Adoption 2.4 The Stage is Set for Strategic Collaborations2.5 The Self-driving and Connected Car Industry Presents a Complex Patent Landscape2.6 Global Adoption Footprint: Redefining Urban Life Worldwide2.7 Connected and Autonomous Vehicles to Disrupt Industries and Redistribute Value Pools 3.0 Logistics and Warehouse Robots –A Revolution in Logistics3.1 Improved Efficiency in Warehouse Automation to Optimize Product Flow3.2 Increased Operational Efficiency Will Drive the Adoption3.3 High Cost and Lack of Skilled Personnel Are 2 Key Roadblocks3.4 Key Participants and Their Innovation Initiatives3.5 Disruption to the Supply Chain is Expected to Cause a Surge in Patents Globally3.6 Industry 4.0 and Smart Factories Will Increase Global Adoption3.7 Warehouse Automation is Expected to Substitute Humans in the Near Future4.0 Interactive and Heads-up Display Technology –The Next Generation of Display Technology4.1 From Sci-fi to Reality4.2 The WOW Factor Rules!4.3 Technologies Which Lower Cost Will Greatly Facilitate Adoption4.4 Acquisition of Innovative Start-ups Drives Growth4.5 North America is Leading the Patent Race4.6 NA and EU Lead Global Adoption Due to the Presence of Key OEMs4.7 Gadgets That Makes Life Easier Will Have a Huge Impact in the Future5.0 Vehicle Safety Technologies –Helping Save Lives5.1 From Seatbelts to Speed Alerts5.2 A Move Toward More Active Safety Technologies5.3 Lowering Costs Will Lead to Increased Adoption5.4 The Race is on5.5 Increase in Technological Developments Will Drive IP5.6 Incorporating Vehicle Safety Technologies Will Become a Necessity Worldwide5.7 Technology Convergences Impact a Wide Range of Industries6.0 Lightweight Materials –Low in Weight, High on Impact 6.1 High Strength to Weight Ratio Helps in Occupant Safety6.2 IP Activity on the Rise Due to Increased Investor Interest6.3 Increasing R&D Activities by All Stakeholders Drive Adoption6.4 Stringent Fuel Emission Standards Drive Research Interest by OEMs6.5 Incremental Innovations to Improve Efficiency and Performance, While Lowering Costs7.0 Nanocoatings –A Single Coating, Many Functionalities7.1 High Performance Characteristics and Need for Multi-functionality Drive Adoption7.2 Key Partnerships with Coating Developers and OEMs Are Increasing IP Activity7.3 Increasing Scalability Potential within the Next Three Years7.4 Opportunities Abound in the Development of Low-cost, Non-toxic Nanocoatings 7.5 Future Trends Include Changes in Fabrication Processes, and Self-regulating Coatings8.0 Energy Storage –A Move toward Safer, Cleaner and Cheaper Alternatives8.1 Energy Storage is Essential for the Future of Mobility 8.2 End Users Expect Hassle-free Energy Generation9.0 Fuel Cells –Zero Exhaust Emissions9.1 Capability to Cover Long Range in Single Charge Emphasize Advantages of Fuel Cell Vehicle9.2 High Number of Patents Drives Market Potential of Fuel Cell Vehicles9.3 Automotive OEMs Collaborate to Share the Financial Burden During R&D Process10.0 Lithium-Ion Batteries –Powering Vehicles of the Future10.1 Developments Mainly Attributed to Cell Manufacturing Competence10.2 China is Expected to Dominate Battery Electric Vehicle Market10.3 Boost in Funding from Government and Venture Capital Spearheading R&D for EVs10.4 Nanotechnology Aids in Technology Development and Adoption of Fuel Cells and Lithium-Ion Batteries11.0 Cloud Computing for Mobility –Driving in the Cloud11.1 The Beginning of a Game-changing Shift11.2 Reshaping the Automotive Value Chain 11.3 Trending Applications: Supporting Smarter Vehicular Systems 11.4 Reduced Enterprise Costs, More Intelligent Transportation Systems 11.5 Government Interest Makes Cloud Computing a Global Gamechanger 11.6 Scalability, Pay-per-use Models, and Agility Drive Innovation 11.7 Safety is the Biggest Market Driver Followed by Convenience and Functionality11.8 OEM Sales Analytics is a Key Driver of Funding11.9 A Move Towards Value-based Models Drives Applications11.10 NA is Leading the Development of Cloud Platforms for Mobility12.0 Big Data for Mobility –Toward a More Intelligent Vehicle12.1 Improving Performance and Functionality12.2 Increasing Connectivity with the Environment12.3 Trending Big Data Applications in Mobility: A New Level Of Convenience12.4 Creating Value through Data Analytics12.5 Government and OEMs Emphasize Safety and a Better Driving Experience12.6 Driver Behavior Analysis (DBA) is an Important Research Focus Area12.7 Improved IT Infrastructure and Applications Drive Connected Mobility12.8 Funding Will Rise as Automakers Incorporate Big Data in Product and Process Optimization12.9 Enhancing Customer Ownership Experience and OEM Efficiency 12.10 Worldwide Adoption of Big Data to Improve Driver Safety and Traffic Management12.11 Roadmap: Moving toward the Smart HighwayLegal Disclaimer13.0 The Frost & Sullivan Story – The Journey to Visionary Innovation13.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story13.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career13.3 Global Perspective13.4 Industry Convergence13.5 360º Research Perspective13.6 Implementation Excellence13.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy




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