Autonomous Vehicles Vol II - Global Thematic Research

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  • Region: Global
  • 15 pages
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Autonomous Vehicles Vol II - Global Thematic Research


Most incumbent car makers believe that today’s semi-autonomous cars will evolve incrementally. By 2020, GM, Tesla, Daimler and Volvo expect their cars to be able to take control of discrete driving tasks - such as motorway driving - but allow the driver to retain overall control.

By contrast, Google is betting on a more disruptive strategy. By 2020, Google expects its fully autonomous robot car - which has no steering wheel or pedals - to be commercially available. Ford has a similar strategy.

In this report, we look at Autonomous vehicles, its players, trends, industry analysis, value chain, and valuation.

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The story of the autonomous vehicle so far
Car makers are aiming for different levels of vehicle autonomy
Investors could see three phases within the AV technology cycle

The Autonomous Vehicle is an important investment theme
Many advanced technologies could be deployed at scale
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Advanced Manufacturing
IoT Connectivity
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  • Continental
  • Delphi
  • Denso
  • Facebook
  • Fanuc
  • IBM
  • Infineon
  • Intel
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  • Micronas
  • Microsoft
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