Building on America’s automobile-manufacturing infrastructure and its premiere IT know-how, a home grown market for autonomous automobiles, private- and commercial-truck vehicles is on the rise and could grow as quickly and broadly as did the market for personal computing.
Autonomous, self-driving vehicles will affect every industry that moves materials—from delicate computer-chip components to tons of raw ore.
This 37-page report focuses on the largest segments of the self-driving vehicle spectrum: The auto and commercial-truck industries, along with their supply chains and the IT firms that will tie the markets—and vehicles—together.
Table of Contents:
I. Introduction: The promise of self-driving vehicles
II. Anatomy of autonomy
III. Vehicle makers: Who is making what?
IV. It’s all in the Data–really big data
V. Insurance quandry
VI. The outliers: robotics makers
VII. The flow of investment
VIII. Conclusion: What’s trending?
IX. Autonomous drving’s top enabling technologies