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Autonomous Driving LiDAR Technology Market, Edition – 2019

  • ID: 4850495
  • Report
  • September 2019
  • Region: Global
  • 93 Pages
  • M14 Intelligence
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  • Excelitas Technologies
  • Iqe
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A detailed and exhaustive database is available on the ADAS and autonomous driving industry. The Autonomous Driving Intelligence team is comprised of 25 Consultants and 30 Researchers and Subject Matter Experts. The author and co-authors of the report has more than 10 years and 5 years of experience respectively.

As a part of yearly publications, an exhaustive industry analysis report was published on Autonomous Driving LiDAR Technology Market, Edition 2019. This report provides a deep-dive investigation into the autonomous driving industry and detailed analysis on the LiDAR technologies, their components, and trends that enables autonomous driving. The report is an analysis of more than 180 pages with 100+ infographics and data tables.

The scope of the research study is enlisted below -

Industry Dynamics

  • Advanced driver assistance solutions to fully autonomous vehicle technology adoption trends in the next 15 - 20 years
  • Benefits and challenges of using LiDAR technology in sensor fusion system.
  • Impact of mobility-as-a-service, electrification, and autonomous driving altogether on the LiDAR market.
  • Regulations and its impact on ADAS & autonomous driving and consequently on the LiDAR technology adoption, by country-level assessment.
  • Two evident trends - conventional OEM model and robotic cars & shuttles model. How both these trends will shape the LiDAR market
  • Comparison of various LiDAR sensing technologies by emerging & leading companies.
  • LiDAR technologies - which ones will lead the market?
  • LiDAR illumination technology trends
  • Sensor fusion technology trends and impact of other sensing technologies such as camera, radar, and ultrasonic sensors
  • Impact of LiDAR + Artificial Intelligence (AI) on the autonomous driving space
  • Customers perspective on autonomous driving
  • Changing trends in LiDAR pricing with mass production

Competition Assessment

  • Requirements and expectations of the OEMs and Tier 1s from the LiDAR companies
  • Requirements and expectations of the shuttle companies, shared mobility services companies, and tech-giants
  • Strategic partnerships between OEMs and Tier 1s and LiDAR technology suppliers along with illumination technology providers
  • LiDAR technology provider’s competition assessment based on technology and partnerships with OEMs and Tier 1s
  • Company profiles of 50 Tier 1s, Tier 2s, and LiDAR companies

Levels of Autonomous Driving Technology

  • SAE Level 0 - No Automation
  • SAE Level 1 - Advanced Driver Assistance (ADAS)
  • SAE Level 2 - Partial Automation
  • SAE Level 3 - Conditional Automation
  • SAE Level 4 - High Automation
  • SAE Level 5 - Full Automation/Driverless Cars
  • Robotic Vehicles - Robotic taxis and autonomous shuttles

The historical, actual, and forecasts of the sales demand for the cars by levels of automation is covered in the report. In the case of Level 2 vehicles, car sales of leading OEMs by models is also covered. In the case of Level 3 and above autonomy, the car sales are estimated and forecasted based on the announcements by the leading OEM brands.

Lidar Market Statistics

  • Passenger and commercial vehicles sales stats, across regions and major markets
  • Robotaxi and autonomous shuttles sales trends
  • ADAS (Level 1) to fully autonomous vehicles sales stats, across regions and major markets
  • ADAS and autonomous driving technology adoption rate, across regions and major markets
  • LiDAR adoption rate, sales stats, market size, and pricing trends, across different levels of automation, technology type, regions and major markets

Lidar Technologies Analyzed

The market is experiencing the launch of new LiDAR technologies every day. Many automotive LiDAR technology-focused start-ups are entering the market making it difficult to categories them into groups. As of the date of publication, the report identifies 10 different LiDAR technologies which are categorized in the following two groups. The report covers a detailed analysis and comparison of all the technologies mentioned below.

Mechanical scanning LiDAR

  • Pulsed multi-channel macro mechanical scanning LiDAR
  • Pulsed mechanical scanning

Non-Mechanical Scanning/Solid-State Lidar

  • MEMS Solid-State LiDAR (two subtypes are - Pulsed and Phased shift)
  • Flash LiDAR (two subtypes are - Pulsed and Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave (FMCW))
  • Optical Phased array LiDAR (two subtypes are - Pulsed and Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave (FMCW))
  • A few newer technologies identified during the research are Image Grade LiDAR and Spectrum Scan LiDAR.
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FEATURED COMPANIES

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  • Marktech Optoelectronics
  • Panasonic
  • Surestar
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1 Executive Summary

2 Research Scope And Methodology
2.1. Scope Of The Study
2.2. Methodology

3 Changing Industry Dynamics
3.1. Adas And Autonomous Functions
3.1.1. Adas Cognitive Processes
3.1.2. The Many Levels Of Automation
3.1.3. Sae Levels Used By The Industry
3.2. Lidar Background
3.3. Benefits, Drivers, Challenges, And Opportunities In Adoption Of Autonomous Driving
3.3.1. Benefits
3.3.2. Market Enablers
3.3.3. Opportunities
3.3.4. Challenges
3.4. Recent Technological Advancements In Lidar Ecosystem
3.4.1. Frequency Modulated Continous Wave Lidar
3.4.2. Micro Motion Lidar
3.4.3. Velodyne Lidar Vls-128
3.4.4. Leddartech Leddarcore Lca2/Lca3
3.4.5. Video Lidar Technology.
3.4.6. Image Garde Lidar
3.4.7. Spectrum Scan
3.5. Autonomous Driving Projects
3.5.1. Government Funded Projects
3.5.2. Private Funded Projects
3.6. R&D Expenses In Autonomous Driving
3.6.1. R&D Expenses Of Car Makers
3.6.2. Top Automotive Suppliers R&D Expenses
3.7. Autonomous Driving From Buyers Perspective
3.8. Accessing Countries’ Autonomous Vehicles Readiness Index
3.8.1. Government’S Role In Country’S Av Readiness
3.8.2. Social Acceptance
3.8.3. Ease Of Adoption
3.8.4. Technological Advancements
3.9. Assessing Countries’ Autonomous Driving Regulations And Impact
3.9.1. North America
3.9.2. Europe
3.9.3. Latin America
3.9.4. Australasia
3.9.5. Southeast Asia
3.10. Mobility As A Service, Ev, And Autonomous Driving - Correlation And Impact
3.11. Shared Mobility - Autonomous Vehicles Biggest Market Opportunity
3.12. Connected And Autonomous Vehicles - Cost To Buyers

4 Lidar Demand From Oem Vehicles Manufacturers, Robotic Vehicles Manufacturers, And Automotive Suppliers Perspective
4.1. Lidar Demand Estimation And Forecast
4.2. Oem/Car Manufacturers Assessment
4.3. Robotic Vehicles Ecosystem Assessment
4.4. Automotive Suppliers Assessment
4.4.1. Continental
4.4.2. Delphi Automotive (Now Aptiv)
4.4.3. Autoliv
4.4.4. Valeo
4.4.5. Denso
4.4.6. Nvidia
4.4.7. Magna International
4.4.8. Zf Friedrichshafen Ag
4.4.9. Hella Ag
4.4.10. Renesas Electronics
4.4.11. Texas Instruments
4.4.12. Analog Devices
4.4.13. Integrated Device Technology (Acquired By Renesas)
4.4.14. First Sensor
4.4.15. Sensata Technologies

5 Lidar Technology And Suppliers Assessment
5.1. Photodetectors Technologies And Suppliers Assessment
5.1.1. Avalanche Photodiode Technology (Apd)
5.1.2. Silicon Photomultiplier (Sipm)
5.1.3. Pin Photodiode
5.1.4. Photodetector Suppliers Analysis
5.1.4.1. First Sensor
5.1.4.2. Hamamatsu Photonics
5.1.4.3. Excelitas Technologies
5.1.4.4. On Semiconductor
5.1.4.5. Osram Opto Semiconductor
5.1.4.6. Marktech Optoelectronics
5.1.4.7. Voxtel
5.1.4.8. Discovery Semiconductor
5.1.4.9. Laser Components
5.2. Emitter Technologies And Suppliers Assessment
5.2.1. Vcsel
5.2.2. Eel
5.2.3. Vcsel Electromagnetic Spectrum
5.2.3.1. Infrared Spectrum
5.2.4. Vcsel Growth In Automotive Lidar
5.2.5. Emitter Suppliers Analysis
5.2.5.1. Trilumina
5.2.5.2. Finisar
5.2.5.3. Philips Photonics
5.2.5.4. Princeton Optronics (Acquired By Ams)
5.2.5.5. Ii-Vi
5.2.5.6. Lasertel
5.2.5.7. O-Net Technologies
5.2.5.8. Iqe
5.2.5.9. Lumentum
5.2.5.10. Ams
5.2.5.11. Thorlabs
5.2.5.12. Broadcom

6 Investments In The Lidar Technology

7 Automotive Lidar Technologies Market Assessment
7.1. Mechanical Scanning Lidar Market
7.1.1. Multi-Channels Macro Scanning Lidar
7.1.1.1. Velodyne Lidar
7.1.1.2. Waymo
7.1.1.3. Ibeo Automotive Systems
7.1.1.4. Quanergy Systems
7.1.1.5. Ouster
7.1.1.6. Hesai Photonics Technology
7.1.1.7. Robosense
7.1.1.8. Leishen Intelligent Systems
7.1.1.9. Surestar
7.1.2. Micro Motion And Risley Prism
7.1.2.1. Cepton Technologies
7.1.2.2. Neptec Technologies
7.1.3. Other Mechanical Scanning Lidars
7.1.3.1. Luminar Technologies
7.1.3.2. Panasonic
7.1.3.3. Mirada Technologies
7.1.3.4. Livox Tech
7.2. Solid-State Lidar Market
7.2.1. Solid State Mems Based Lidar
7.2.1.1. Leddartech
7.2.1.2. Innoviz Technologies
7.2.1.3. Robosense
7.2.1.4. Pioneer
7.2.1.5. Aeye
7.2.1.6. Blickfeld
7.2.1.7. Sos Labs
7.2.2. Solid State Opa (Optical Phased Array)
7.2.2.1. Quanergy Systems
7.3. 3D Flash Lidar
7.3.1. Advanced Scientific Concept (Acquired By Continental Ag)
7.3.2. Tetravue
7.3.3. Xenomatix
7.3.4. Sense Photonics
7.4. Frequency Modulated Continious Wave (Fmcw) Lidar
7.4.1. Oryx Vision (Fmcw With Flash Technology)
7.4.2. Blackmore Sensor And Analytics (Fmcw With Optical-Phased Array Lidar)
7.4.3. Aeva (Fmcw With Optical-Phased Array Lidar)

8 References

List of Tables

Table 1-1 Partnership Mapping - Oem, Tier 1 Suppliers, And Lidar Providers By Levels Of Automation And Pricing
Table 1-2 Partnership Mapping - Oem, Ride-Hailing Companies, Tier1 Suppliers, And Lidar Providers, By Lidar Price
Table 1-3 Partnership Mapping - Robotic Vehicles Company And Lidar Manufacturers
Table 3-1 Society Of Automotive Engineers (Sae) Levels Of Automation
Table 3-2 The U.K. Representation Of The Sae Levels
Table 3-3 Lidar Comparison With Camera And Radar Sensing
Table 3-4 Government Of U.K. Funding For Driverless Technology
Table 3-5 Recent Private Funded Autonomous Driving Industry Projects
Table 3-6 R&D Expense Ratio Of Leading Automotive OEMs
Table 3-7 VW R&D Expenditure
Table 3-8 Audi R&D Expenditure
Table 3-9 Daimler R&D Expenditure
Table 3-10 Mercedes Benz R&D Expenditure
Table 3-11 Bmw R&D Expenditure
Table 3-12 Toyota R&D Expenditure
Table 3-13 Ford R&D Expenditure
Table 3-14 Volvo R&D Expenditure
Table 3-15 Nissan R&D Expenditure
Table 3-16 Tesla R&D Expenditure
Table 3-17 Gm R&D Expenditure
Table 3-19 Hyundai R&D Expenditure
Table 3-18 R&D Expense Ratio Of Leading Automotive Suppliers In Autonomous Driving Industry
Table 3-20 Honda R&D Expenditure
Table 3-21 Autonomous Vehicle Readiness Index Scores By Country
Table 3-22 Government’S Role Index Score In Country’S Role In Country’S Av Readiness
Table 3-23 Social Acceptance Index Score In Country’S Av Readiness
Table 3-24 Ease Of Adoption Score For Country’S Av Readiness
Table 3-25 Technological Advancements Score For Country’S Av Readiness
Table 3-26 Iihs Ratings-2019 Winner Models Of Minicars, Mid-Size Luxury, Mid -Size, And Small Cars
Table 3-27 Euro Ncap 2019 Ratings For Cars
Table 3-28 Ancap Star Ratings For Cars
Table 3-29 Asean Ncap Star Ratings For Cars In 2018-19
Table 3-30 Partnerships Between Oem And Ridesharing Companies Globally
Table 3-31 Additional Equipment And Services For Autonomous Vehicles
Table 4-1 Investment, Partnership, Collaboration, Funding, And Acquisition Mapping - Oem, Technology Players, Tier 1S And Lidar Companies
Table 4-2 OEMs Vehicles With Sae Levels 2/3/4/5 - By Model, Launch, And Partners
Table 4-3 Continental’S Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 4-4 Delphi’S Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 4-5 Autoliv’S Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 4-6 Valeo’S Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 4-7 Denso’S Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 4-8 Nvidia’S Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 4-9 Magna’S Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 4-10 Zf Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 4-11 Hella’S Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 4-12 Renesas Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 4-13 Texas Instrument Offering In Lidar
Table 4-14 Analog Devices Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 4-15 Integrated Device Technology Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 4-16 First Sensor Offering In Lidar
Table 4-17 First Sensor Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 4-18 Sensata Technologies Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 5-1 Lidar Companies And Their Technologies
Table 5-2 Mapping - Lidar Manufacturers, Emitter Suppliers, Photodetector Suppliers, Socs Suppliers, And Optical Elements Suppliers
Table 5-3 Comparison Of Photodiode Technologies
Table 5-4 First Sensor Development Strategies
Table 5-5 Hamamatsu Photonics Development Strategies
Table 5-6 Exclitas Technologies Development Strategies
Table 5-7 On Semiconductor Development Strategies
Table 5-8 Osram Opto Semiconductors Development Strategies
Table 5-9 Marktech Optoelectronics Development Strategies
Table 5-10 Voxtel Development Strategies
Table 5-11 Trilumina Development Strategies
Table 5-12 Finisar Development Strategies
Table 5-13 Philips Photonics Development Strategies
Table 5-14 Princeton Optronics Development Strategies
Table 5-15 Ii-Vi Development Strategies
Table 5-16 Lasertel Development Strategies
Table 5-17 O-Net Technologies Development Strategies
Table 5-18 Iqe Development Strategies
Table 5-19 Lumentum Development Strategies
Table 5-20 Ams Development Strategies
Table 5-3 Investments In Lidar Ecosystem
Table 7-1 Comparison Of Mechanical Lidar Companies And Lidars - By Specifications, Cost, Partners, And Vehicle Models
Table 7-2 Velodyne Lidar’S Product Specifications, Partners, And Vehicle Models
Table 7-3 Velodyne Lidar’S Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 7-4 Ibeo Automotive Systems’ Lidar’S Product Specifications, Partners, And Vehicle Models
Table 7-5 Ibeo Automotive Systems Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 7-6 Quanergy Systems Lidar’S Specifications
Table 7-7 Ouster’S Lidar Specifications
Table 7-8 Ouster’S Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 7-9 Hesai Photonics Technologies Lidar’S Specifications And Partners
Table 7-10 Hesai Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 7-11 Robosense Lidar’S Specifications And Partners
Table 7-12 Robosense’S Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 7-13 Leishen Intelligent Systems Lidar’S Specifications
Table 7-14 Surestar R-Fan Multi-Channel Macro Mechanical Scanning Lidar Products
Table 7-15 Cepton Technologies Vista Lidar’S Specifications
Table 7-16 Cepton Technologies’ Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 7-17 Cepton Technologies’ Organic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 7-18 Luminar Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 7-19 Livox Tech Lidar’S Specifications
Table 7-20 Comparison Of Solid-State Lidar Companies And Lidars - By Specifications, Cost, Partners, And Vehicle Models
Table 7-21 Components And Suppliers Of Leddartech.
Table 7-22 Leddartech’S Vu8 Configurations
Table 7-23 Leddartech Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 7-24 Innoviz Technologies Lidar Specifications, Partners, And Vehicle Models
Table 7-25 Innoviz Technologies Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 7-26 Robosense Mems Based Lidar Products
Table 7-27 Aeye Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 7-28 Blickfeld Products (Achievable Key Performance Metrics)
Table 7-29 Blickfeld’S Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 7-30 Sos Labs Mems Based Lidar Product
Table 7-31 Quanergy Systems Lidar Products
Table 7-32 Quanergy System Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 7-33 Tetravue Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 7-34 Xenamatix Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 7-35 Sense Photonics’ Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 7-36 Oryx Vision’S Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena
Table 7-37 Blackmore Sensors And Analytics Lidar Products
Table 7-38 Aeva’S Inorganic Growth Strategies In Autonomous Driving Arena

List of Figures

Figure 1-1 Lidar Manufacturers And Their Technologies Mapping
Figure 1-2 Lidar Target Cost And Forecast For High Volume Production, Breakdown By Mechanical Scanning And Solid-State & Flash Lidars, 2018 - 2030
Figure 1-3 Lidar Market Size And Sales Demand Breakdown By Mechanical Scanning Lidar And Solid-State & Flash Lidar Technologies, 2019 - 2030
Figure 1-4 Lidar Market Leaders Snapshot
Figure 4-1 Oem Passenger Car Sales And Robotic Vehicle Sales Demand By Level Of Automation, 2019 2030
Figure 4-2 Lidar Sensing Market Size And Sales Demand, Between 2018 - 2030
Figure 4-3 Lidar Sales, Market Size, And Pricing Trends By Oem Vehicles And Robotic Vehicles
Figure 4-4 Robotic Vehicles Ecosystem And Sales Demand Assessment, 2019 - 2030
Figure 7-1 Mechanical Scanning Lidar And Solid-State & Flash Lidar - Market Size And Sales Demand, 2019 - 2030
Figure 7-2 Leading Mechanical Scanning, Micro-Motion, And Risley Prism Lidar Manufacturers Across The Globe
Figure 7-3 Mechanical Scanning Lidar Market Size, Sales Demand, And Asp Trends, 2019 - 2030
Figure 7-4 Solid-State & Flash Lidar Market Size, Sales Demand, And Asp Trends, 2019 - 2030

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  • 3D Flash Lidar
  • Advanced Scientific Concept (Acquired By Continental Ag)
  • Aeva (Fmcw With Optical-Phased Array Lidar)
  • Aeye
  • Ams
  • Blackmore Sensor And Analytics (Fmcw With Optical-Phased Array Lidar)
  • Blickfeld
  • Broadcom
  • Cepton Technologies
  • Discovery Semiconductor
  • Excelitas Technologies
  • Finisar
  • First Sensor
  • Frequency Modulated Continious Wave (Fmcw) Lidar
  • Hamamatsu Photonics
  • Hesai Photonics Technology
  • Ibeo Automotive Systems
  • Ii-Vi
  • Innoviz Technologies
  • Iqe
  • Laser Components
  • Lasertel
  • Leddartech
  • Leishen Intelligent Systems
  • Livox Tech
  • Lumentum
  • Luminar Technologies
  • Marktech Optoelectronics
  • Micro Motion And Risley Prism
  • Mirada Technologies
  • Neptec Technologies
  • O-Net Technologies
  • On Semiconductor
  • Oryx Vision (Fmcw With Flash Technology)
  • Osram Opto Semiconductor
  • Ouster
  • Panasonic
  • Philips Photonics
  • Pioneer
  • Princeton Optronics (Acquired By Ams)
  • Quanergy Systems
  • Robosense
  • Sense Photonics
  • Solid State Opa (Optical Phased Array)
  • Sos Labs
  • Surestar
  • Tetravue
  • Thorlabs
  • Trilumina
  • Velodyne Lidar
  • Voxtel
  • Waymo
  • Xenomatix
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