Global HD Maps for Autonomous Vehicles Market Research Report 2021-2030

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DUBLIN, August 6, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The “Global Market for HD Cards for Autonomous Vehicles by Solution (Cloud Based, Integrated), LOA (L2, L3, L4, L5), Usage (Passenger & Commercial), Vehicle Type, Services (advertising, mapping, Location, Update, Maintenance) and Region – Forecast until 2030 “has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

The global market for HD cards for autonomous vehicles is estimated at $ 1.4 billion in 2021 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 31.7% over the forecast period, reaching $ 16.9 billion by 2030.

HD cards are mainly used in autonomous vehicles. These are the cards designed for use by the machines that drive autonomous vehicles. HD maps offer high-precision location, environmental awareness, planning and decision-making, as well as real-time navigation cloud services for autonomous vehicles. OEMs around the world are investing in the development of autonomous vehicles.

Although Level 5 fully autonomous vehicles will not be commercially available until 2025, many related technologies have already been developed and thousands of patent applications have been filed to secure intellectual property rights. Ford held the most patents related to autonomous vehicle technology, followed by Toyota at the end of 2020. Since 2011, Ford has filed 14,354 patents and 13,000 patents have been filed by Toyota at the end of 2020.

With the growing trend of autonomous driving technology, the global HD maps market is expected to grow at a significant rate in the future. The promising market for autonomous car rental services and increasing investment in autonomous driving tech startups are expected to drive the HD card market.

In addition, increased R&D activities related to HD cards by major HD card vendors and several startups will further fuel the growth of HD cards for the autonomous vehicle market. However, high investment costs and slow adoption rates in developing countries are considered to be the main constraints for this market.

North America is estimated to be the largest market for autonomous vehicle HD cards during the forecast period. The North American market is primarily driven by the growing demand for a safe, efficient and convenient driving experience; increased investment in autonomous vehicle technology; and a strong presence of HD card suppliers.

The increase in government support and the availability of suitable infrastructure for semi-autonomous and autonomous vehicles are expected to drive market growth in the region. Asia Oceania is expected to grow at the highest CAGR of 34.3%. China, Japan, and South Korea are the key countries in the region leading the rapid development. Government support for autonomous vehicle technology is also a key factor for the growth of the Asia-Oceania market.

Some of the major players in the HD maps for autonomous vehicles market are TomTom (the Netherlands), ICI Technologies (the Netherlands), Waymo (US), NVIDIA (US), Baidu (China), Dynamic Map Platform (Japan), Nav Info (China) and Zenrin (United States).

These players have long-term supply contracts with major automakers and developers of autonomous vehicle technologies. These companies have adopted the strategies of new product development, acquisitions, agreements, collaborations, expansions, joint ventures, partnerships and supply contracts to gain ground on the HD card for the HD card market. autonomous vehicles. Partnership and collaboration are the strategies most widely adopted by major players.

Market dynamics

Conductors

  • Growing trend of autonomous driving
  • Growing adoption of ADAS level 2 and level 3 functionality in the automotive industry
  • Increase startups’ investments in the development of HD cards
  • Increase in partnerships and joint ventures by the main players
  • Growth in the collection of cartographic data
  • Increase investments in smart city projects
  • Smart city initiatives and investments

Constraints

  • Limited standardization in HD maps
  • Less reliability in untested environments
  • Opportunities
  • Self-driving car rental services
  • Advancement of 5G technology
  • 5G technology ecosystem
  • Growing demand for real-time data

Challenges

  • Legal and Privacy Concerns Regarding HD Cards
  • High cost of autonomous vehicle technology and mapping
  • Large data collection, processing and transmission of HD map data

Regulatory analysis of related markets

  • General Data Protection Regulation
  • ADAS: Regulatory Overview
  • Canada
  • we
  • European Parliament
  • National Agency for Automobile Safety and Victim Assistance (NASVA), Japan
  • Autonomous vehicle: regulatory overview
  • Laws enacted and executive orders in the United States
  • Autonomous vehicle testing area in China
  • Autonomous vehicle testing area in Germany
  • Autonomous vehicle testing area in Singapore

Use case: aerial delivery drones

  • Using the Alphabet Project Wing to deliver food and medicine to Australia
  • Regulators Approve Test Flights for Drone Delivery Canada’s Urban Flight Delivery Systems
  • Ele.me begins delivering food using drones in Shanghai
  • SF Express has received a license to start a network based on aerial drones for deliveries to pilot areas of China
  • Emqopter delivers food packages to Germany Use of aerial delivery drones
  • Airbus Helicopters’ Skyways drone makes its first parcel delivery in Singapore
  • Zipline plans to deliver drugs to African region using aerial delivery drones
  • Drone deliveries to King’s Walk Golf Course in Grand Forks, North Dakota
  • Amazon plans to transform parcel delivery using Prime aerial delivery drone
  • DHL has successfully completed BVLOS drug delivery flight tracks across Lake Victoria, Tanzania
  • Ground delivery vehicles

Use case: ground delivery vehicles

  • Nuro Autonomous Delivery Robots Provide Profitable Grocery Delivery Services to Kroger
  • Kiwibots deployed to provide low cost food delivery services to college campuses in California
  • PepsiCo delivers snacks to students by a fleet of ground robots
  • FedEx delivers packages using a same-day delivery robot
  • Dominoes using ground delivery robots to deliver pizzas New Zealand
  • Starship Technology offering food deliveries to George Mason University Fairfax campus
  • JD.com started deliveries using ground robots equipped with Al
  • Amazon’s Scout Ground robot will deliver packages in Washington
  • Types of GNSS receivers
  • Global Positioning System (GPS)
  • Galileo
  • Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS)
  • Satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS)
  • Beidou satellite navigation system

Key trends in GIS

  • Augmented reality and virtual reality technologies
  • Unmanned aerial vehicles
  • Integration of Cloud Computing in GIS
  • Development of 4D GIS software and augmented reality platforms for GIS

Companies mentioned

  • Alphabet
  • Amazon
  • IA Argo
  • Autonavi
  • Baidu
  • Blickfeld
  • Carmera
  • Civil cards
  • Cruise
  • Daimler AG
  • DHL
  • Have I got
  • Dominoes
  • Dynamic maps platform
  • Einride
  • Ele.me
  • Emqopter
  • FedEx
  • Ford
  • General Motors
  • Geojunction
  • George Mason University
  • Right here
  • Hyundai
  • JD.com
  • Kiwibots
  • Kroger
  • Mapillary
  • MapMyIndia
  • Mobileye
  • Moment
  • NavInfo
  • Navmii
  • Autonomous delivery robots Nuro
  • Nvidia
  • PepsiCo
  • Pony.ai
  • RMSI
  • SF Express
  • Skyways UAV
  • Spaceship technology
  • The Sanborn Card Company
  • Tomtom
  • Toyota
  • YouSimple
  • University campuses at California
  • Volvo
  • Voxel Cards
  • Travel
  • Waymo
  • Woven planet
  • Zenrin
  • Zipline

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