Autonomous Vehicles Asia Summit is back for its 3rd installment on 12-13 March 2019 in Singapore. It will be co-located with Electric Vehicles Asia 2019, networking with over 100 key industry players across the AV &EV value chains.
2019 KEY THEMES
- The 2025 Vision - What Will Cars Look Like in 2025?
- OEM Insight: Future Business Models of an Automotive OEM
- AV Government Updates
- Autonomous Trucks and Buses Latest Development
- Infrastructure Gap - Adapting Infrastructure for a Driverless Future
The route to a fully autonomous vehicle market seems long and fitful in the eyes of many. But it is likely to become a reality faster than many are prepared to accept. Like IBM, Kodak, and many other companies once confronted with a rapidly changing market, we, too, are now faced with disruptions in the auto market, perhaps unlike any since the invention of the auto. As liability increasingly shifts from the human driver to systems and software – a trend highlighted by recent reports of the first autonomous fatality – original equipment manufacturers (OEM) will come to the forefront as primary holders of automobile-related insurance risk. How they manage this risk will help determine the success and acceptance of the autonomous vehicle market in the years to come.
Here we explore five of these partnerships that are currently making head way in the AV space.
- Uber and Volvo
- Toyota and Amazon, Mazda, Pizza Hut and Uber
- Volkswagen and Aurora
- Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye
- Daimler and Bosch
The global AV market is expected to expand to $173.15 billion within the next five years. In Asia in particular, the spotlight is being shone intently on how AV can become part of a sustainable solution to keep many of the world’s most populous cities moving. In this report we examine Autonomous Vehicles in Asia, looking at their current and future readiness. Read about:
- Market status by region
- Key technology breakthroughs
- An in-depth interview with Pete Kelly, Managing Director of LMC Automotive