Volvo is one of the leading automobile manufacturers and would launch its first driverless car by year 2017. However, the lack of infrastructural development to support V2V connections, stringent government regulations and increased threats arising from terrorism, prove to be a major restraint for this market. The growing demand for smart and automated vehicle systems should boost the market of driverless cars. The development cost for the driverless car technology is very high, however, as technology advances the price is expected to decline. The study projects affordability and a rise in the adoption of these cars, amongst middle-class families, during 2040-2050.
The global driverless car market is segmented on the basis of components and geography. The component market comprises of radar sensors; video cameras; LiDAR sensor; ultrasound sensors and a central computing system. Geographically, the driverless car market is segmented across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and LAMEA (Latin America, Middle East and Africa). The key companies profiled in this report are, Google, Inc.; Daimler AG; Ford Motor Company; Toyota Motor Corporation; BMW AG; Audi AG ; AB Volvo ; Dutch Automated Vehicle Initiative (DAVI); Autonomous Lab; and Volkswagen.
KEY BENEFITS OF REPORTS
Key investment pockets for various component areas
Illustrative segmentation and forecast of major geographic areas, to provide an overview of the driverless car market
Key market trends, key player analysis and derivation of top three winning strategies
Estimation for various segments of the driverless car market along with an analysis of the competitive landscape
Qualitative analysis of factors affecting market growth and the study of emerging key trends
Detailed analysis of porter’s five forces model and a value chain analysis of the driverless car market
DRIVERLESS CAR MARKET KEY SEGMENTS
The market is segmented on the basis of component and geography.
MARKET BY COMPONENT
Central Computing System
GPS Navigation System
MARKET BY GEOGRAPHY
Ford Motor Company
Toyota Motor Corporation.
Dutch Automated Vehicle Initiative (DAVI)
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