Autonomous Land, Water & Air Vehicles Discussed by IDTechEx in Topical Research Study Published at MarketPublishers.com
17 Jun 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Autonomous vehicles are successful to date, but it is unlikely to meet one as the successes are in the outer atmosphere, open pit mines, nuclear power plants, underwater, etc. The fundamental technology of an autonomous vehicle is that, which provides autonomy and the power train, which is typically electric. These technologies by water, land and air have a lot in common.
The powertrain and control and navigation technology of autonomous vehicles are evolving at a rapid pace, with the elements expected to change dramatically and a great many merging; this it is already taking place right through to structural electronics, where the load bearing bodywork doubles as electronic and electrical components and circuits.
Through to 2025, electric vehicles by land and air will likely remain the most popular forms of autonomous vehicles. Electric powertrains are absolutely controllable and they can directly bring into action and cooperate with other functions of the vehicle that are autonomously managed in co-ordination with navigation and steering. By 2035, over 40 million cars are projected to have sophisticated autonomy.
BMW, Florida Atlantic University USA, Autosub6000 UK, Google, JAMSTEC Japan, Kongsberg Norway, Mercedes, NASA USA, OceanServer Technology USA, Uber, Teledyne USA, a.r.s Technologies GmbH Germany, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution USA are the leading players in the industry.
New market research study “Autonomous Vehicles Land, Water, Air 2015-2035” prepared by IDTechEx provides an all-round assessment of the market for autonomous vehicles by water, land and air.
It focuses on the lessons of failure and business success along with leading indicators of such success. The study provides tracks of the historical development of the market, reviews technology and associated advancements, and offers detailed forecasts of sales of autonomous vehicles through to 2025 with a particular emphasis on numbers, total market value and unit value. The research report provides definitions, the spectrum of partial to total autonomy and highly automated to completely automated vehicles. The paybacks and benefits, relative level of difficulty, hype curve for the 10 autonomous vehicles families, technology and market sizes.
Autonomous Vehicles Land, Water, Air 2015-2035
Published: May, 2015
Price: US$ 4,495.00
More studies by the publisher can be found at IDTechEx page.