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Top 20 Companies Developing Autonomous Vehicles (AV) Technologies 2016

Analysis of Research & Development (R&D) Spending Share, Strategy & Commercialisation Prospects for Automotive OEMs & Disruptive Technology Companies Developing Driverless Self-Driving Cars & On-Demand Mobility Solutions Incorporating Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), Connected Car Telematics & Vehicle to Everything (V2X) Communications

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This revolutionary report from market intelligence provider Visiongain offers comprehensive insight into the top 20 companies developing autonomous vehicles in 2016.

Benefits of This Report
This 136 page report examines the 20 leading companies within the Autonomous vehicle market. In detail, providing the reader with a comprehensive overview of the leading OEMs and technology providers with an analysis of their strategies, strengths and the challenges facing them in the future. Highlights of the report include:

• Autonomous Vehicles research & development (R&D) revenues, AV R&D percentage share, and AV R&D ranking for the leading 20 companies developing AV for 2016
– AB Volvo
– Apple Inc.
– Baidu Inc.
– BMW Group
– Daimler AG
– Delphi Automotive PLC
– Ford Motor Company
– General Motors Co.
– Google Inc.
– Groupe PSA
– Honda Motor Co.
– Hyundai Motor Group
– Microsoft Corporation
– Mobileye
– Nissan Motor Company
– Nvidia Corporation
– Robert Bosch GmbH
– Tesla Motors
– Toyota Motor Corporation
– Volkswagen Group

Top 20 Companies Developing Autonomous Vehicles (AV) Technologies 2016

• Company overviews and product offerings of the leading 20 companies within the Autonomous Vehicle market for 2016.
• Examination of the current Autonomous Vehicle market drivers and restraints
• Analysis of opportunities for business within the Autonomous Vehicle market, including evaluation of factors affecting operating conditions.
• Details of major Autonomous Vehicle devices, services and applications.
• Details of major news and acquisitions for the leading 20 Automotive Vehicle companies.
• Segmentation of OEM vs non-OEM companies and their respective market share in the Autonomous Vehicle market in 2016

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1. Report Overview
1.1 Global Autonomous Car Market Overview
1.2 Why You Should Read This Report
1.3 Benefits of This Report
1.4 Report Structure
1.5 Who is This Report For?
1.6 Methodology
1.7 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
1.8 Associated Visiongain Reports
1.9 About Visiongain

2. Introduction to Autonomous Driving Technology
2.1 Definition
2.2 Levels of self-driving car
2.3 Technology
2.4 Restraints and Challenges in the AV Industry
2.5 On-demand Mobility Solutions
2.6 Market Definition of On-Demand Mobility Market

3. 20 Companies Developing Autonomous Vehicle Technology
3.1 Top 20 Companies in Autonomous Vehicle Technology Development
3.2 Top 20 Companies Spending on R&D of AV Technologies as Percentage of Total R&D Revenue

4. 20 Leading Autonomous Car Companies
4.1 VW AG Overview
4.1.1 VW AG Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share
4.1.2 VW AG Overview
4.1.3 VW AG Technology Progress and Recent Developments
4.1.4 VW AG AdaptIVe Project
4.1.5 VW AG – Audi Developments
4.1.6 VW’s Role in the On-Demand Mobility Solutions
4.1.7 VW’s Quicar
4.1.8 VW’s Greenwheels
4.1.9 VW’s VRent
4.1.10 VW’s Audi Unite
4.1.11 VW AG Future Outlook
4.2 BMW AG Overview
4.2.1 BMW AG Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share
4.2.2 BMW AG Overview
4.2.3 BMW AG Technology Progress and Recent Developments
4.2.4 BMW Alliance
4.2.5 BMW’s Role in the On-Demand Mobility Solutions
4.2.6 BMW’s DriveNow
4.2.7 BMW ReachNow
4.2.8 BMW AlphaCity
4.2.9 BMW AG Future Outlook
4.3 FORD Motor Overview
4.3.1 FORD Motor Automotive Vehicle R&D Spending Share
4.3.2 FORD Motor Overview
4.3.3 FORD Motor Technology Progress and Recent Developments
4.3.4 FORD Motor Alliance
4.3.5 Ford’s Role in the On-Demand Mobility Solutions
4.3.6 Ford’s GoDrive
4.3.7 Ford’s Credit Link
4.3.8 ‘Ford Carsharing’ Germany
4.3.9 Ford’s Share-car Bangalore, India
4.3.10 Ford’s Car Swap Dearborn, USA
4.3.11 Ford’s Dynamic Shuttle London and New York
4.3.12 FORD Motor Future Outlook
4.4 General Motors Overview
4.4.1 General Motors Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share
4.4.2 General Motors Overview
4.4.3 General Motors Technology Progress and Recent Developments
4.4.4 General Motors’ Role in the On-Demand Mobility Solutions
4.4.5 General Motors’ Maven
4.4.6 General Motors’ Opel CarUnity
4.4.7 General Motors’ Maven+ (Let’s Drive NYC)
4.4.8 General Motors Future Outlook
4.5 Honda Motor Overview
4.5.1 Honda Motor Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share
4.5.2 Honda Motor Overview
4.5.3 Honda Motor Technology Progress and Recent Developments
4.5.4 Honda Motor Future Outlook
4.6 Hyundai Motor Overview
4.6.1 Hyundai Motor Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share
4.6.2 Hyundai Motor Overview
4.6.3 Hyundai Motor Technology Progress and Recent Developments
4.6.4 Hyundai Motor Alliance
4.6.5 Hyundai Motor Future Outlook
4.7 Daimler AG Overview
4.7.1 Daimler AG Market Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share
4.7.2 Daimler AG Overview
4.7.3 Daimler AG Technology Progress and Recent Developments
4.7.4 Daimler AG Alliance
4.7.5 Daimler’s Role in the On-Demand Mobility Solutions
4.7.6 Daimler’s AG moovel Group
4.7.7 Daimler’s Car2Go
4.7.8 Daimler’s Car2Go black
4.7.9 Daimler’s Mercedes-Benz Rent
4.7.10 Daimler’s Blacklane
4.7.11 Daimler’s Mytaxi
4.7.12 Daimler AG Future Outlook
4.8 PSA Groupe Overview
4.8.1 PSA Groupe Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share
4.8.2 PSA Groupe Overview
4.8.3 PSA Groupe Technology Progress and Recent Developments
4.8.4 PSA Groupe Alliance
4.8.5 PSA’s Role in the On-Demand Mobility Solutions
4.8.6 PSA Citroen’s Multicity
4.8.7 PSA’s Share Your Fleet
4.8.8 PSA’s Koolicar
4.8.9 PSA Groupe Future Outlook
4.9 Tesla Motors Overview
4.9.1 Tesla Motors Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share
4.9.2 Tesla Motors Overview
4.9.3 Tesla Motors Technology Progress and Recent Developments
4.9.4 Tesla Motors Alliance
4.9.5 Tesla Motors Future Outlook
4.10 Toyota Motor Corp. Overview
4.10.1 Toyota Motor Corp. Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share
4.10.2 Toyota Motor Corp. Overview
4.10.3 Toyota Motor Corp. Technology Progress and Recent Developments
4.10.4 Toyota Motor Corp. Alliance
4.10.5 Toyota Motor Corp. Future Outlook
4.11 Nissan Motor Company Overview
4.11.1 Nissan Motor Company Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share
4.11.2 Nissan Motor Company Overview
4.11.3 Nissan Motor Company Technology Progress and Recent Developments
4.11.4 Nissan Motor Company Alliance
4.11.5 Nissan Motor’s Choimobi Yokohama
4.11.6 Renault "Plurial'Move"
4.11.7 Nissan Motor Company Future Outlook
4.12 Volvo Car Corp. Overview
4.12.1 Volvo Car Corp. Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share
4.12.2 Volvo Car Corp. Overview
4.12.3 Volvo Car Corp. Technology Progress and Recent Developments
4.12.4 Volvo Car Corp. Alliance
4.12.5 Volvo’s Role in the On-Demand Mobility Solutions
4.12.6 Volvo’s Sunfleet
4.12.7 Volvo Car Corp. Future Outlook
4.13 Google Inc. Overview
4.13.1 Google Inc. Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share
4.13.2 Google Inc. Overview
4.13.3 Google Inc. Technology Progress and Recent Developments
4.13.4 Google Inc. Alliance
4.13.5 Google Inc. Future Outlook
4.14 Apple Inc. Overview
4.14.1 Apple Inc. Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share
4.14.2 Apple Inc. Overview
4.14.3 Apple Inc. Technology Progress and Recent Developments
4.14.4 Apple Inc. Alliance
4.14.5 Apple Inc. Future Outlook
4.15 Baidu Inc. Overview
4.15.1 Baidu Inc. Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share
4.15.2 Baidu Inc. Overview
4.15.3 Baidu Inc. Technology Progress and Recent Developments
4.15.4 Baidu Inc. Alliance
4.15.5 Baidu Inc. Future Outlook
4.16 Bosch Group Overview
4.16.1 Bosch Group Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share
4.16.2 Bosch Group Overview
4.16.3 Bosch Group Technology Progress and Recent Developments
4.16.4 Bosch Group Alliance
4.16.5 Bosch Group Future Outlook
4.17 Delphi Automotive Overview
4.17.1 Delphi Automotive Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share
4.17.2 Delphi Automotive Overview
4.17.3 Delphi Automotive Technology Progress and Recent Developments
4.17.4 Delphi Automotive Alliance
4.17.5 Delphi Automotive Future Outlook
4.18 Microsoft Corporation Overview
4.18.1 Microsoft Corporation Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share
4.18.2 Microsoft Corporation Overview
4.18.3 Microsoft Corporation Technology Progress and Recent Developments
4.18.4 Microsoft Corporation Alliance
4.18.5 Microsoft Corporation Future Outlook
4.19 Mobileye N.V. Overview
4.19.1 Mobileye N.V. Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share
4.19.2 Mobileye N.V. Overview
4.19.3 Mobileye N.V. Technology Progress and Recent Developments
4.19.4 Mobileye N.V. Alliance
4.19.5 Mobileye N.V. Future Outlook
4.20 Nvidia Corp. Overview
4.20.1 Nvidia Corp. Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share
4.20.2 Nvidia Corp. Overview
4.20.3 Nvidia Corp. Technology Progress and Recent Developments
4.20.4 Nvidia Corp. Alliance
4.20.5 Nvidia Corp. Future Outlook
4.21 Other Companies in Autonomous Car Technology

5. SWOT Analysis
5.1 SWOT Analysis of Autonomous Vehicle Technologies

6. Conclusions
6.1 Top 20 Companies in Autonomous Vehicle Technology Development

7. Glossary

List of Tables
Table 1.1 Companies Profiled in this Report and Country HQ
Table 3.1 Companies in AV Technology Development, R&D Spending and Expected Year of Launch
Table 4.1 VW AG Overview 2016 (Total Revenue, Total R&D Spending, AV R&D Spending, HQ, IR Contact, Website)
Table 4.2 VRent’s Cities of Operation and Models of Vehicles
Table 4.3 BMW AG Overview 2016 (Total Revenue, Total R&D Spending, AV R&D Spending, HQ, IR Contact, Website)
Table 4.4 DriveNow Cities of Operation, Date of launch, Number of Vehicles and Number of Electric Vehicles
Table 4.5 ReachNow City of Operation and Model of Vehicles
Table 4.6 AlphaCity Cities of Operation and Model of Vehicles
Table 4.7 FORD Motor Overview 2016 (Total Revenue, Total R&D Spending, AV R&D Spending, HQ, IR Contact, Website)
Table 4.8 General Motors Overview 2016 (Total Revenue, Total R&D Spending, AV R&D Spending, HQ, IR Contact, Website)
Table 4.9 Honda Motor Overview 2016 (Total Revenue, Total R&D Spending, AV R&D Spending, HQ, IR Contact, Website)
Table 4.10 Hyundai Motor Overview 2016 (Total Revenue, Total R&D Spending, AV R&D Spending, HQ, IR Contact, Website)
Table 4.11 Daimler AG Overview 2016 (Total Revenue, Total R&D Spending, AV R&D Spending, HQ, IR Contact, Website)
Table 4.12 Car2Go’s Cities of Operation
Table 4.13 PSA Groupe Overview 2016 (Total Revenue, Total R&D Spending, AV R&D Spending, HQ, IR Contact, Website)
Table 4.14 Tesla Motors Overview 2016 (Total Revenue, Total R&D Spending, AV R&D Spending, HQ, IR Contact, Website)
Table 4.15 Toyota Motor Corp. Overview 2016 (Total Revenue, Total R&D Spending, AV R&D Spending, HQ, IR Contact, Website)
Table 4.16 Nissan Motor Company Overview 2016 (Total Revenue, Total R&D Spending, AV R&D Spending, HQ, IR Contact, Website)
Table 4.17 Volvo Car Corp. Overview 2016 (Total Revenue, Total R&D Spending, AV R&D Spending, HQ, IR Contact, Website)
Table 4.18 Google Inc. Overview 2016 (Total Revenue, Total R&D Spending, AV R&D Spending, HQ, IR Contact, Website)
Table 4.19 Apple Inc. Overview 2016 (Total Revenue, Total R&D Spending, AV R&D Spending, HQ, IR Contact, Website)
Table 4.20 Baidu Inc. Overview 2016 (Total Revenue, Total R&D Spending, AV R&D Spending, HQ, IR Contact, Website)
Table 4.21 Bosch Group Overview 2016 (Total Revenue, Total R&D Spending, AV R&D Spending, HQ, IR Contact, Website)
Table 4.22 Delphi Automotive Overview 2016 (Total Revenue, Total R&D Spending, AV R&D Spending, HQ, IR Contact, Website)
Table 4.23 Microsoft Corporation Overview 2016 (Total Revenue, Total R&D Spending, AV R&D Spending, HQ, IR Contact, Website)
Table 4.24 Mobileye N.V. Overview 2016 (Total Revenue, Total R&D Spending, AV R&D Spending, HQ, IR Contact, Website)
Table 4.25 Nvidia Corp. Overview 2016 (Total Revenue, Total R&D Spending, AV R&D Spending, HQ, IR Contact, Website)
Table 4.26 Other Companies Developing AV Technologies
Table 5.1 SWOT Analysis of Autonomous Vehicle Technologies
Table 6.1 Companies in AV Technology Development, R&D Spending and Expected Year of Launch

List of Figures
Figure 2.1 Technology Roadmap for Autonomous Vehicles
Figure 3.1 Top 20 Companies in AV Technology Development, R&D Spending
Figure 3.2 Top 20 Companies Spending on R&D of AV Technologies as Percentage of Total R&D Revenue
Figure 4.1 VW AG Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share 2016 (%)
Figure 4.2 VW AG Revenue ($bn), Total R&D Spending (%), AV Technology R&D Spending (%)
Figure 4.3 BMW AG Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share 2016 (%)
Figure 4.4 BMW AG Revenue ($bn), Total R&D Spending (%), AV Technology R&D Spending (%)
Figure 4.5 FORD Motor Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share 2016 (%)
Figure 4.6 Ford Motor Revenue ($bn), Total R&D Spending (%), AV Technology R&D Spending (%)
Figure 4.7 General Motors Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share (%)
Figure 4.8 General Motors Revenue ($bn), Total R&D Spending (%), AV Technology R&D Spending (%)
Figure 4.9 Honda Motor Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share (%)
Figure 4.10 Honda Motor Revenue ($bn), Total R&D Spending (%), AV Technology R&D Spending (%)
Figure 4.11 Hyundai Motor Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending share 2016 (%)
Figure 4.12 Hyundai Motor Revenue ($bn), Total R&D Spending (%), AV Technology R&D Spending (%)
Figure 4.13 Daimler AG Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share 2016 (%)
Figure 4.14 Daimler AG Revenue ($bn), Total R&D Spending (%), AV Technology R&D Spending (%)
Figure 4.15 PSA Groupe Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share 2016 (%)
Figure 4.16 PSA Groupe Revenue ($bn), Total R&D Spending (%), AV Technology R&D Spending (%)
Figure 4.17 Tesla Motors Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share 2016 (%)
Figure 4.18 Tesla Motors Revenue ($bn), Total R&D Spending (%), AV Technology R&D Spending (%)
Figure 4.19 Toyota Motor Corp. Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share 2016 (%)
Figure 4.20 Toyota Motor Corp. Revenue ($bn), Total R&D Spending (%), AV Technology R&D Spending (%)
Figure 4.21 Nissan Motor Company Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share 2016 (%)
Figure 4.22 Nissan Motor Company Revenue ($bn), Total R&D Spending (%), AV Technology R&D Spending (%)
Figure 4.23 Volvo Car Corp. Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share 2016 (%)
Figure 4.24 Volvo Car Corp. Revenue ($bn), Total R&D Spending (%), AV Technology R&D Spending (%)
Figure 4.25 Google Inc. Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share 2016 (%)
Figure 4.26 Google Inc. Revenue ($bn), Total R&D Spending (%), AV Technology R&D Spending (%)
Figure 4.27 Apple Inc. Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share 2016 (%)
Figure 4.28 Apple Inc. Revenue ($bn), Total R&D Spending (%), AV Technology R&D Spending (%)
Figure 4.29 Baidu Inc. Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share 2016 (%)
Figure 4.30 Baidu Inc. Revenue ($bn), Total R&D Spending (%), AV Technology R&D Spending (%)
Figure 4.31 Bosch Group Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share 2016 (%)
Figure 4.32 Bosch Group Revenue ($bn), Total R&D Spending (%), AV Technology R&D Spending (%)
Figure 4.33 Delphi Automotive Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share 2016 (%)
Figure 4.34 Delphi Automotive Revenue ($bn), Total R&D Spending (%), AV Technology R&D Spending (%)
Figure 4.35 Microsoft Corporation Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share 2016 (%)
Figure 4.36 Microsoft Corp. Revenue ($bn), Total R&D Spending (%), AV Technology R&D Spending (%)
Figure 4.37 Mobileye N.V. Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share 2016 (%)
Figure 4.38 Mobileye N.V. Revenue ($mn), Total R&D Spending (%), AV Technology R&D Spending (%)
Figure 4.39 Nvidia Corp. Autonomous Vehicle R&D Spending Share 2016 (%)
Figure 4.40 Nvidia Corp. Revenue ($bn), Total R&D Spending (%), AV Technology R&D Spending (%)
Figure 6.1 Autonomous Vehicle Technology
Figure 6.2 Top 20 Companies in AV Technology Development, R&D Spending

A123 Systems
AB Volvo
Alphabet
Apple Inc.
Audi
Audi Unite
Autolib’ Paris
Autoliv
AUTOTALKS
Avtovaz
Baidu Inc.
Banque PSA Finance Group
Barclays
Beijing Automotive
Blacklane
BMW Group
BMW i Ventures
Bolloré Group
Borgwarner Inc
Brilliance
BYD Auto Co Ltd.
car2go black
Car2go Europe GmbH
car2go North America LLC
CarUnity
Changan Automobile
Chery
Cisco Systems
Citroen
Coherent Navigation
Concet Systems
ConnectCar
Continental Automotive
Control-Tec
COVISINT
Cruise Automation
Daimler AG
Daimler Financial services
Delphi Automotive PLC
Deutsche Bahn
Didi Chuxing
Dongfeng Motor Corporation
DriveNow
DS Automobiles
Ericsson
Europcar
ExxonMobil
Faurecia
FAW Group
Ferrari
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
Ficosa International S.A.
Flinkster
Flyby Media
Ford Motor Company
Ford Smart Mobility LLC
Fuji (Subaru)
GAC Group
General Dynamics
General Motors Co.
Gestamp Automoción
GlobeSherpa
GoDrive
Google Inc.
Google X
Great Wall
Greenwheels
Groupe PSA
Hafei Motor
Hawtai
HellermannTyton
HERE
Honda Motor Co.
Hyundai Motor Group
IAV
Infineon Semiconductors AG
Infineon Technologies AG
Inspur
Intel Corp.
Intelligent Apps GmbH
International Rectifier Corp.
Isuzu
Iteris Inc
JAC Motors
Jaguar Land Rover
Jaybridge Robotics
Koolicar
LegbaCore
LinX Imaging
Luxoft
Lyft
Mahindra
Mapsense
Maruti Suzuki
Maven
Mazda
Mercedes-Benz Rent
Meritor Inc.
Microsoft Corporation
MIT Motorsports
Mitsubishi
Mobileye
moovel Group
Multicity Berlin
Mytaxi
Nest Labs
Nissan Motor Company
Nokia
Nvidia Corporation
Ogin
Omron
Ottomatika
Panasonic
Perceptio
Pivotal
Plurial
Porsche
QNX
Qualcomm
Quanergy
Quicar
Renault
Renault-Nissan Alliance
Ricardo plc
RideScout
Riviera Tool
Robert Bosch GmbH
SAIC Motor Corporation
Samsung Electronics
Schrader international
Seeing Machines
Shanghai Automotive
Sidecar
SIXT SE
Smarteye AB
Soar Technology (Soartech)
Sogefi Group
SolarCity
Ssangyong
StattAuto
STMicroelectronics
StudentCar
Suzuki Motor Corp.
Tass International
Tata Motors
Tesla Motors
Tesla Tool and Die
Texas Instruments
ThyssenKrupp AG
Tognum AG
Tokai Rika
TomTom
Toyota Connect
Toyota Motor Corporation
Toyota Research Institute Inc.
Tula Technology
Uber
Velodyne
VocalIQ
Volkswagen Group
VRent
Yotung
ZF
Zhejiang Geely Holding Group
Zoomcar

Government Agencies and Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report
Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) International
Ames Research Centre
Baidu’s Institute of Deep Learning
California DMV
Carnegie Mellon University
Central Advanced Research and Engineering Institute of Hyundai Motor Group
Chalmers University
Computer Vision Centre
Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)
European safety assessment (Euro NCAP)
Hyundai Motor Alliance
Lindholmen Science Park
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
NASA
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
Research and Innovation Centre
San Jose State University
Santa Clara University
Self-Driving Coalition for Safer Streets (SDCSS)
Stanford University
Swedish Transport Administration
Swedish Transport Agency
University of California-Berkeley
University of Michigan
US Department of Transportation
Warren Tech Centre

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