LONDON, May 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
Thursday, 2nd June, 2016 at 3:00 pm BST
Online, with Complimentary Registration
Frost & Sullivan Team Lead Mobility Arunprasad Nandakumar, Senior Consultant Paolo Martino and guestspeakers Adreas Stausser Head of Automotive Strategy of Volvo and Kirk Otis, CEO, TriLumina
In 2016, 80% of the OEMs are expected to finalize their automation technology roadmaps. This will lead to strong growth in the driver assistance component market and open avenues for new business models to enter the automotive ecosystem. With improved testing environments and sensing capabilities, the focus will turn towards improving data acquisition and validation capabilities. In future, the car will incorporate a set of static data which will constantly be cross-checked with the data devices such as cameras add to the system. The industry is now at the cusp of a convergence between various technology programs, with a variety of new business opportunities evolving from the emergence of aspects such as new mobility services and auto insurance.
"In order to combine all different aspects of autonomous driving, the smarter players will forge a reliable ecosystem with diverse entities that are capable of providing value at various levels of the value chain", explains Frost & Sullivan Team Lead Arunprasad Nandakumar. "The true winner in the autonomous driving race will not likely be a singular entity but the one that forges the best partnerships and the strongest ecosystem that would help them with a robust product and service portfolio that meets the future demands of the consumer." Partnerships between suppliers, OEMs and new players will forge the future of the industry.
The industry faces numerous challenges from a technology perspective in terms of finding the ideal sensing suite that provides vision capabilities in multiple driving conditions at a reasonable price proposition. Similarly, the software and validation capabilities of today are too cost prohibitive to sustain a complex autonomous driving scenario. Besides this, the largest challenge to autonomous driving is posed by the regulatory frameworks that govern these products. They are crucial to the success of deployment of autonomous driving in the market in future. With the US and the EU increasing the amount of up to date autonomous test beds this issue is heading in the direction of facilitating the adaption of autonomous vehicles.
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