DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Global and China Low Speed Autonomous Driving Industry Report, 2019-2020" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
In 2019, low speed autonomous driving market tended to calm down, with more regular pilots but on small scale. In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic brings new opportunities to low speed autonomous delivery industry.
Autonomous minibuses aim to meet the needs for picking up passengers at the front and rear ends. A combination of factors such as technology, cost and rules impede the emergence of large, profitable autonomous minibus companies. Some players plan commercial operation in 2020.
In 2019, some companies realized normal commercial operation of projects on public roads, for example, EasyMile had more than 230 projects worldwide and enabled normal operation on some Canadian public roads.
Baidu Apolong, an autonomous minibus which debuted in 2018, springs up the most rapidly in China. According to the data released, over 100 units of Apolong minibuses already go into operation. Apart from Apolong, in 2019 several bus manufacturers in China also rolled out their own autonomous minibuses.
Low speed autonomous delivery vehicle market targets demand for last-mile delivery. In 2019, autonomous delivery vehicle market was advancing steadily. Quite a few companies explored scenario application, with normal trials under way. For instance, Neolix Technologies Co., Ltd. launched an autonomous retail vehicle and put it into trial operation in several parks of Beijing in late 2019, UISEE deployed autonomous luggage vehicles for normal operation at Hong Kong International Airport.
The problems like high cost, imperfect policies and regulations as well as technical limitations are however still in the way of operating autonomous delivery vehicles on large scale.
In early 2020, autonomous delivery vehicles of companies including JD Logistics, Neolix Technologies, Idriverplus, Uisee Technology and Meituan joined in the fight against COVID-19, creating new opportunities for autonomous delivery industry.
The attempts on operation of autonomous delivery vehicles on real roads are a boon for large-scale deployments. For example, JD Logistics intelligent delivery robots navigated by Beidou satellites accomplished intelligent delivery from the JD Logistics Wuhan Renhe Station to the No.9 Hospital of Wuhan at a speed of 15km/h in February 2020, Neolix Technologies had 18 autonomous vehicles in anti-epidemic efforts in Wuhan Leishenshan Hospital and communities of the city during the outbreak, White Rhino Auto (Beijing) Technologies helped Wuhan Guanggu Mobile Cabin Hospital distribute materials, and provided autonomous delivery services (vegetables and fruits) for communities along a Haidian district demonstration road.
Key Topics Covered:
1 Low Speed Autonomous Vehicle Industry
1.1.3 Impediments to Application
1.1.4 Application Roadmap
1.1.5 Main Technologies
1.2 Low Speed Autonomous Passenger Vehicle Technology
1.2.1 System Composition
1.2.2 System Architecture
1.3 Low Speed Autonomous Goods Vehicle Technology
1.3.2 Perception Solutions
1.3.3 Cost Structure
1.3.4 Technology Architecture
2 Low Speed Autonomous Vehicle Market
2.1 Low Speed Autonomous Passenger Vehicle Market
2.1.1 Global Autonomous Minibus Market Size by Volume, 2018-2025E
2.1.2 Global Autonomous Minibus Market Size by Value, 2018-2025E
2.1.3 Autonomous Minibus Market Segments
2.1.4 Competitive Pattern
2.1.5 Product Layout of Low Speed Autonomous Passenger Vehicle Companies: Foreign Companies
2.1.6 Product Layout of Low Speed Autonomous Passenger Vehicle Companies: Chinese Companies
2.1.7 Recent Financing and Partners of Low Speed Autonomous Passenger Vehicle Companies
2.1.8 Plans of Low Speed Autonomous Passenger Vehicle Companies
2.1.9 Autonomous Minibus Business Model
2.2 Low Speed Autonomous Goods Vehicle Market
2.2.1 Comparison of Low Speed Autonomous Delivery Vehicle Products between: Foreign Companies
2.2.2 Comparison of Low Speed Autonomous Delivery Vehicle Products between: Chinese Companies
2.2.3 Recent Financing Events of Low Speed Autonomous Delivery Vehicle Companies
2.2.4 Major Logistics Companies' Deployments in Low Speed Autonomous Delivery Vehicle
2.2.5 New Development Opportunities for Autonomous Delivery
2.2.6 Development Trends of Low Speed Autonomous Delivery Vehicle
2.3 Applied Scenarios
2.3.1 Residential Community Autonomous Minibus Scenario
2.3.2 Microcirculation Bus Scenario
2.3.3 Autonomous Delivery Vehicle Scenario
2.3.4 Autonomous Logistics at Airports
2.3.5 Autonomous Delivery
2.3.6 Autonomous Logistics Distribution in Parks
2.3.7 Autonomous Retail Vehicle
3 Global Low Speed Autonomous Passenger Vehicle Companies
4 Chinese Low Speed Autonomous Passenger Vehicle Companies
5 Global Low Speed Autonomous Goods Vehicle Companies
6 Chinese Low Speed Autonomous Goods Vehicle Companies
- Local Motors
- Auro Robotics
- May Mobility
- Easy Mile
- SB Drive
- e.go Mobile
- Coast Autonomous
- Optimus Ride
- Suzhou Magride Technology Co., Ltd.
- Shenzhen ECHIEV Automatic Driving Technology Co., Ltd.
- DeepBlue Technology (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
- DongfengMotor Corporation
- Yutong Intelligent Connected Bus
- Golden Dragon
- Amazon Scout
- Auto X
- Uisee Technology
- Shenzhen Unity Drive Innovation Technology Co., Ltd.
- Neolix Technologies Co., Ltd.
- Wuhan Aisimba Technology Co., Ltd.
- Changsha Xingshen Intelligent Technology Co., Ltd. (Go Further.AI)
- Candela (Shenzhen) Technology Innovation Co., Ltd.
- Beijing Yours Technology Co., Ltd.
- White Rhino Auto (Beijing) Technologies Co., Ltd.
- Suning Logistics
- Meituan Autonomous Vehicle Delivery
- JD X Division
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