Global Automated Vehicle Teleoperation Market
Dublin, June 24, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The ‘Global Teleoperation of Automated Vehicles Growth Opportunities’ report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.
Transformational Growth Will Drive Market Revenue to $531 Million by 2028
The teleoperation market will open up by 2024 with the launch of robotaxis and shuttles for business operations, creating huge opportunities in the global teleoperation space.
Globally, regulators and local authorities are considering mandating remote operations, helping industry deploy and commercially operate L4 vehicles.
Level 4 (L4) automated driving will redefine the way people and goods use road transport systems. Without a driver involved, the L4 automated driving technology, which is currently in its nascent stage of development, will face multiple difficult situations, which are referred to in the industry as extreme cases. For smoother and safer operation of these vehicles in mixed traffic and densely populated areas, the industry needs a way to monitor and operate them remotely. The solution is teleoperation.
While many automated driving software developers, such as Waymo, Mobileye and Argo AI, have developed in-house teleoperation systems to test and deploy their vehicles on public roads, many start-ups have sprung up to offer teleoperation technology and services for customers including OEMs, taxi aggregators, level suppliers and logistics companies.
Applications for such teleoperations include robotaxis, shuttles, automated valet parking (AVP), freight, agriculture, mining, navigation and last mile vehicles.
Main topics covered:
1. Strategic imperatives
- Why is it increasingly difficult to grow taller?
- The strategic imperative
- Impact of the 3 main strategic imperatives on the teleoperation of the autonomous vehicle industry
- Growth opportunities fuel the growth pipeline engine
2. Analysis of growth opportunities
- Scope of analysis
- International SAE* definition of driving automation levels
- Market Segmentation – Automated Driving Features by Level of Autonomy
- Key competitors
- Main growth indicators
- Growth engines
- Growth constraints
- Forecast assumptions
- Revenue and Total Addressable Market Forecast
- Revenue forecast by application
- Total Addressable Market Forecast by Application
- Competitive environment
3. Market Overview
- The Challenges Facing AVs
- Need for teleoperation in AD
- How does teleoperation work?
- Essential requirements for teleoperation
- Teleoperation software strategy by AD developers
- Importance of teleoperation connectivity
- Evolution of the teleoperation business model
- Applications of AD teleoperation
- Generic economic models of teleoperation players
- Nomenclature (BOM) and pricing of teleoperation services
4. Main Company Profiles
- Ottopia – Company Profile
- Ottopia – Partners and use cases
- DriveU.Auto – Company Profile, Partners and Use Cases
- DriveU.Auto – DriveU Connectivity Platform
- Phantom Auto – Company Profile
- Fernride – Company Profile
- Designated Driver – Company Profile
5. Use cases
- Nissan’s Seamless Autonomous Mobility (SAM)
6. Universe of growth opportunities
- Growth Opportunity 1 – Cellular Connectivity and Public Wi-Fi Network Infrastructure
- Growth Opportunity 2 – Teleoperation in the robotaxi and shuttle market
- Growth Opportunity 3 – Teleoperation in the AV parking market
7. Next steps
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