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Autonomous Vehicle Market Size, Share and Analysis

 

CHAPTER 1:    INTRODUCTION

1.1.    Report description
1.2.    Key benefits for stakeholders
1.3.    Key market segments
1.4.    Research methodology

1.4.1.    Primary research
1.4.2.    Secondary research
1.4.3.    Analyst tools and models

CHAPTER 2:    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2.1.    CXO perspective

CHAPTER 3:    MARKET OVERVIEW

3.1.    Market definition and scope
3.2.    Key findings

3.2.1.    Top impacting factors
3.2.2.    Top investment pockets
3.2.3.    Top winning strategies

3.3.    Porter’s five forces analysis

3.3.1.    Low-to-high bargaining power of suppliers
3.3.2.    Moderate-to-high threat of new entrants
3.3.3.    Moderate threat of substitutes
3.3.4.    Moderate intensity of rivalry
3.3.5.    Low-to-moderate bargaining power of buyers

3.4.    Competitive landscape

3.4.1.    Market evolution
3.4.2.    Industry roadmap
3.4.3.    Market share analysis

3.4.3.1.    Global market share analysis (Value)
3.4.3.2.    Global market share analysis (Volume)

3.4.3.2.1.    Race analysis of AV makers

3.4.4.1.    U.S. market share analysis (Value)
3.4.4.2.    U.S. market share analysis (Volume)
3.4.4.3.    Market share analysis by auto suppliers

3.4.4.3.1.    Race analysis of auto suppliers

3.4.4.4.    

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Yamaha Motor and Tier IV Establish JV for autonomous transportation service

TOKYO, March 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd. and Tier IV, Inc. today announced the launch of eve autonomy, Inc., a joint-venture company based in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, that will develop an autonomous transportation service to help Yamaha Motor and other companies address chronic labor shortages and growing needs for high-mix low-volume production.

Beginning in April, eve autonomy will begin offering easily implemented solutions that combine Tier IV’s Autoware*, an open-source operating system for autonomous driving, and Yamaha Motor’s renowned vehicle-body development technologies. Envisioned subscription-type services and after-sales support will enable customer factories to respond nimbly to demand fluctuations and reduce their initial costs of implementation.

Yamaha Motor and Tier IV, which have jointly developed autonomous transportation services on a pilot basis, started to trial services on production lines this month at Yamaha Motor’s Hamakita Plant in Hamamatsu, as a step toward creating a smart factory.

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