お知らせ :東京証券取引所JASDAQスタンダード市場への新規上場に関するお知らせ
株式会社グローバルインフォメーション
表紙:自動運転業界 - 世界の展望:2020年
市場調査レポート
商品コード
936669

自動運転業界 - 世界の展望:2020年

Global Autonomous Driving Industry Outlook, 2020

出版日: | 発行: Frost & Sullivan | ページ情報: 英文 74 Pages | 納期: 即日から翌営業日

価格
価格表記: USDを日本円(税抜)に換算
本日の銀行送金レート: 1USD=109.72円
自動運転業界 - 世界の展望:2020年
出版日: 2020年04月30日
発行: Frost & Sullivan
ページ情報: 英文 74 Pages
納期: 即日から翌営業日
  • 全表示
  • 概要
  • 目次
概要

OEMは、L2 + 技術を採用し、プラグアンドプレイプラットフォームに投資することで、自動運転(AD)への短期的な投資利益率を優先しています。

当レポートでは、世界の自動運転業界について調査し、世界経済の見通し、市場動向、技術展望、市場予測と成長機会、ケーススタディ、および主な新興企業などについて分析しています。

調査:インフォグラフィック

このインフォグラフィックは、 調査の概要を示し、その中で議論されている主要なトピックを強調しています。

目次

エグゼクティブサマリー

世界の経済見通し:エグゼクティブサマリー

  • 世界経済:主な動向
  • 世界の経済見通し:主な予測
  • 世界のGDP成長スナップショット
  • 先進国:主な予測
  • 新興経済国:主な予測
  • 成長機会:地域別による機会トップ3
  • 地域動向:GDP成長、リスク、および政策

調査範囲とセグメンテーション

  • 調査範囲

定義

  • 自動車セグメンテーション
  • SAEの定義

市場動向

  • 市場動向の概要:自動車のバリューチェーンへの影響
  • 1. OEMビジネス戦略:比較分析
  • 1. OEMビジネス戦略:ケーススタディ-VWとFordの提携
  • 1. OEMビジネス戦略:ケーススタディ-DaimlerとBosch
  • 1. OEMビジネス戦略:主な結論
  • 市場動向の概要:自動車バリューチェーンへの影響
  • 2.ティア1サプライヤーのビジネス戦略:比較分析
  • 2.ティア1サプライヤーのビジネス戦略ケーススタディ-Continental Mobility
  • 2. ティア1サプライヤーのビジネス戦略:結論
  • 市場動向の概要:自動車バリューチェーンへの影響
  • 3.自律モビリティ
  • 3.自律モビリティエコシステム
  • 3.自律モビリティ:ケーススタディ-Cruise Origin

技術展望

  • 技術動向の概要
  • 1. L2 +の出現
  • 1. L2 +の出現:ケーススタディ-ZF L2 +ポートフォリオ
  • 技術動向の概要
  • 2.プラグアンドプレイの台頭
  • 2.プラグアンドプレイの台頭:ケーススタディ-NVIDIA
  • 技術動向の概要
  • 3.自動運転における遠隔操作に焦点を当てる
  • 3.テレオペレーションに焦点を合わせる:ケーススタディ-Ottopia

予測と市場分析

  • 自動運転のレベル別予測
  • 高度自動化車両の予測:OEMカテゴリー別

主な新興企業

  • Frost&Sullivanによる候補企業選定基準
  • 知覚センサー
  • AD対応ソフトウェア

成長機会および推奨行動

  • 成長機会:OEM / TSPからの投資とパートナーシップ
  • 成功と成長のための戦略的必須事項

主な結論

  • 主な結論
  • 免責事項

付録

目次
Product Code: MF42-18

OEMs are Reprioritizing Short-term Economic Returns on Investments into Autonomous Driving (AD) by Adopting L2+ Technologies and Investing in Plug-and-play Platforms

The autonomous industry, although developing at a decent pace, has realized that the transition from traditional vehicles to autonomous vehicles is still a long time away. OEMs and Tier-1 suppliers have been pouring in investments to develop technologies for deployments of highly automated vehicles. However, despite overcoming the technological barriers, these companies are still facing challenges from regulations and public acceptance. Accidents and fatalities caused by autonomous vehicles, making the headlines in 2018, have further added to the challenges. Owing to such circumstances, the industry is geared up for taking a gradual approach to developing autonomous driving technologies. Focus is on developing scalable L2+ features, where L2 features are enhanced by integrating localization and mapping data, while enabling a plug-and-play framework for scaling up developments with new-generation solutions. This ensures short-term revenue generation, allowing OEMs and suppliers to highlight returns and justify their investments.

In 2019, the autonomous industry witnessed OEMs' preparation for L2+ and above automation through the adoption of a layered platform, coupled with developments in sensor fusion, which has impelled OEMs to re-visit in-vehicle network requirements. In 2020, Frost & Sullivan expects perception start-ups to seek new partnerships with platform developers and technology companies as the industry gears up for L4 deployments.

Research Highlights:

In this 2020 outlook, Frost & Sullivan has highlighted 3 key market and business trends which have been impacted due to the changing dynamics of the autonomous ecosystem. The outlook also highlights 3 key technology trends that Frost & Sullivan believes will see fast advancements with a focus on highly automated vehicle commercialization.

  • Market trends include changing OEM and supplier strategies, and the business developments of new mobility and mobility services. Frost & Sullivan believes collaborations, business diversifications, service-based business strategies will change the traditional business models while driving new revenue sources.
  • In terms of technology, focus is expected to be on developing and adopting scalable hardware and software which will allow OEMs to offer over-the-air (OTA) upgrades in the future. Trends include emergence of L2+, rise of the plug-and-play framework, and focus on tele-operations.

This report highlights these trends and explains the impact along with use cases.

Key Issues Addressed:

  • What are the new business strategies followed by OEMs, Tier-1 suppliers, and technology providers in 2020?
  • How is the global autonomous market expected to grow by 2030 based on new SAE definitions?
  • Which are the key start-ups expected to announce new innovations in 2020?

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

  • Highlights of Autonomous Driving in 2019
  • Top 5 Predictions for Autonomous Driving in 2020
  • Forecast by Levels of Autonomous Driving
  • Key Trends by Level of Autonomy
  • Market & Technology Trends for 2020
  • Key Conclusions-Market Trends
  • Key Conclusions-Technology Trends
  • OEM Business Strategies-Comparative Analysis
  • Key Conclusions

2020 Global Economic Outlook-Executive Summary

  • Global Economy in 2019-Top Trends
  • Global Economic Outlook 2020-Top Predictions
  • Global Economic Outlook 2020-Top Predictions (continued)
  • 2020 World GDP Growth Snapshot
  • Advanced Economies-Key Predictions for 2020
  • Emerging Economies-Key Predictions for 2020
  • 2020 Growth Opportunities-Top 3 Opportunities by Region
  • 2020 Regional Trends-GDP Growth, Risks, and Policy

Research Scope and Segmentation

  • Research Scope

Definitions

  • Vehicle Segmentation
  • SAE Definitions

Market Trends

  • Overview of Market Trends-Impacting Automotive Value Chain
  • 1. OEM Business Strategies-Comparative Analysis
  • 1. OEM Business Strategies-Comparative Analysis (continued)
  • 1. OEM Business Strategies: Case Study-VW-Ford Partnership
  • 1. OEM Business Strategies: Case Study-Daimler and Bosch
  • 1. OEM Business Strategies-Key Conclusions
  • Overview of Market Trends-Impacting Automotive Value Chain
  • 2. Tier-1 Supplier Business Strategies-Comparative Analysis
  • 2. Tier-1 Supplier Business Strategies Case Study-Continental Mobility
  • 2. Tier-1 Supplier Business Strategies-Conclusion
  • Overview of Market Trends-Impacting Automotive Value Chain
  • 3. Autonomous Mobility
  • 3. Autonomous Mobility-Ecosystem
  • 3. Autonomous Mobility: Case Study-Cruise Origin

Technology Outlook

  • Overview of Technology Trends
  • 1. Emergence of L2+
  • 1. Emergence of L2+: Case Study-ZF L2+ portfolio
  • Overview of Technology Trends
  • 2. Rise of Plug-and-Play
  • 2. Rise of Plug-and-Play: Case Study-NVIDIA
  • Overview of Technology Trends
  • 3. Focus on Tele-operations in Autonomous Driving
  • 3. Focus on Tele-operations: Case Study-Ottopia

Forecast & Market Analysis

  • Forecast by Levels of Autonomous Driving
  • Forecast of Highly Automated Vehicles by OEM Categories

Key Start-ups

  • Frost & Sullivan's Key Criteria to Shortlist Companies
  • Capabilities of Shortlisted Start-ups-Perception Sensors
  • Capabilities of Shortlisted Start-ups-AD-enabling Software

Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action

  • Growth Opportunity-Investments and Partnerships from OEMs/TSPs
  • Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

Key Conclusions

  • Key Conclusions
  • Legal Disclaimer

Appendix

  • Abbreviations and Acronyms Used
  • Market Engineering Methodology
  • List of Exhibits
  • List of Exhibits (continued)
  • List of Exhibits (continued)
株式会社グローバルインフォメーション
© Copyright 1996-2021, Global Information, Inc. All rights reserved.