Intelligent Transportation Systems - Driverless Car

Intelligent Transportation Systems - Driverless Car

PracTel, Date of Publication: Jan 12, 2016, 135 Pages
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Intelligent Transportation Systems - Driverless Car

ITS are in the process of dynamic evolution and present one of the most important branches of the economy. They are also affect everybody's life - their main goal is to make efficient and safe traveling a reality.

This particular report updates technical and marketing ITS characteristics as well as their standardization. Architecture of ITS, their applications and the industry are analyzed.

The current development of ITS leads to introduction of driverless cars, which are the most viable form of ITS. R&D as well as industry activities indicate that driverless cars may hit the roads in a couple of years; with wider commercialization in 2025-2030. The status of such cars introduction, their major characteristics, economics, opportunities and road blocks are analyzed in the report. The report also addresses major players' projects in this development.

A driverless car, for simplicity of the analysis, may be described as a combination of a connected car, ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems); and other parts.

The detailed analysis of connected cars specifics, characteristics and economics are presented in this report. The companies - contributors to the connected car market development - are identified and their portfolios analyzed.

As an example of a connected car commercialized technology, the detailed analysis of 5.9 GHz DSRC, its applications, the industry and market is provided. There is an active discussion in the industry regarding the allocated spectrum utilization as well as still limited 5.9 GHz DSRC use as well as benefits of competing technologies (such as LTE); it is the authors' opinion that this type of DSRC is finding applications in the connected car market.

The report also emphasizes the importance of 5G mobile networking as a basis for the driverless car ITS revolution.

The ADAS important part is driverless car "eyes" - an instrument that can "see" surroundings and provide the information to the car for the analysis and taking relevant actions. One of most promising technologies that makes cars "see" is lidar, which is composed of laser and other parts.

Lidar properties, and in particular its automotive applications, are addressed in this report. Lidar can function as driverless car's "eyes" much more effectively than some competing technologies; the subjects of this report also include the analysis of the lidar market and the industry survey.

The report is intended for a wide audience of technical and managerial staff involved in advanced ITS development; and for specialists in communications technologies that support such development.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0 Introduction

  • 1.1 Statistics
  • 1.2 Goal
  • 1.3 Scope
  • 1.4 Research Methodology
  • 1.5 Target Audience

2.0 ITS: Major Components and Characteristics

  • 2.1 General
  • 2.2 ITS Introduction: U.S.
  • 2.3 Structure
  • 2.4 Layers and Components-Roadways
  • 2.5 Key Technologies
  • 2.6 Subsystems
  • 2.7 ITS Architecture: U.S.
    • 2.7.1 General
    • 2.7.2 Functionalities
    • 2.7.3 Layers
      • 2.7.3.1 Details: Communications Layer
      • 2.7.3.2 Networks
    • 2.7.4 Version 7.0
  • 2.8 ITS Standardization: In Progress
    • 2.8.1 Overview
    • 2.8.2 ETSI - Europe
    • 2.8.3 U.S.
      • 2.8.3.1 General
      • 2.8.3.2 National Transportation Communications for ITS Protocol (NTCIP)
        • 2.8.3.2.1 Scope
        • 2.8.3.2.2 Family
    • 2.8.4 China
    • 2.8.5 International
      • 2.8.5.1 General
      • 2.8.5.2 ITU
    • 2.8.6 Summary
  • 2.9 ITS Applications
  • 2.10 ITS Market Statistics
    • 2.10.1 General
    • 2.10.2 Assumptions
    • 2.10.3 Estimate

3.0 Driverless Car - 5G Era

  • 3.1 General - Definition
    • 3.1.1 ADAS
  • 3.2 Directions and Issues
    • 3.2.1 Current Status - Legislation
    • 3.2.2 Major Benefits
    • 3.2.3 Alternatives
  • 3.3 Market Predictions and Price
  • 3.4 Phases
    • 3.4.1 Characteristics
  • 3.5 Industry and R&D
    • 3.5.1 Automakers
      • 3.5.1.1 Audi
      • 3.5.1.2 Ford
      • 3.5.1.3 GM
      • 3.5.1.4 Nissan
      • 3.5.1.5 Daimler/Mercedes
      • 3.5.1.6 VW and AdaptIVe Consortium
      • 3.5.1.7 Tesla Motors
      • 3.5.1.8 Other
    • 3.5.2 R&D and Competitors
      • 3.5.2.1 Google
      • 3.5.2.2 Baidu
      • 3.5.2.3 DOTs
      • 3.5.2.4 Telecom Readiness -5G Communications
      • 3.5.2.4.1 Huawei
      • 3.5.2.4.2 Swisscom
      • 3.5.2.5 QNX
      • 3.5.2.6 Continental Automotive
    • 3.5.3 Sturt-ups
  • 3.6 Standardization
    • 3.6.1 NHTSA
    • 3.6.2 SAE International
    • 3.6.3 IEEE
    • 3.6.4 Summary

4.0 Connected Car

  • 4.1 General - Definition
  • 4.2 Legislation
  • 4.3 Choices
    • 4.3.1 Network Requirements
    • 4.3.2 Functional Technologies
  • 4.4 Driving Forces
  • 4.5 Major Use Cases
  • 4.6 Market
  • 4.7 Industry
    • Airbiquity Inc.
    • Apple
    • Broadcom
    • Ericsson
    • Ficosa
    • Luxoft
    • Nokia
    • Qualcomm
    • Sierra Wireless
    • Streetline
    • Visteon
    • Zubie
  • 4.8 Groups and Alliances
    • 4.8.1 Open Automotive Alliance
    • 4.8.2 4G Venture Forum for Connected Cars
    • 4.8.3 Apple - iOS in the Car
  • 4.9 Standards and Regulations
    • 4.9.1 Joint Efforts
    • 4.9.2 Europe
    • 4.9.3 U.S.
    • 4.9.4 WWW Consortium
    • 4.9.5 SAE
    • 4.9.6 GSMA Connected Car Forum
    • 4.9.7 Car Connectivity Consortium
  • 4.10 M2M/IoT and Driverless/Connected Car
  • 4.11 5.9 GHz DSRC
    • 4.11.1 History
    • 4.11.2 Structure and Protocols
    • 4.11.3 Requirements
    • 4.11.4 Milestones
    • 4.11.5 Standards: IEEE 802.11p - WAVE and Other
      • 4.11.5.1 General
      • 4.11.5.2 Objectives and Status
      • 4.11.5.3 ASTM Contributions
      • 4.11.5.4 IEEE 802.11p - Major Features
      • 4.11.5.5 ETSI ITS-G5 - Major Features
      • 4.11.5.6 ISO and DSRC
      • 4.11.5.7 SAE and DSRC
    • 4.11.6 IEEE 1609
      • 4.11.6.1 General
      • 4.11.6.2 Overview
      • 4.11.6.3 IEEE 1609 in Use
    • 4.11.7 Components
    • 4.11.8 Place
    • 4.11.9 Services
    • 4.11.10 Applications
    • 4.11.11 Benefits and Limitations - 5.9 GHz DSRC
    • 4.11.12 Procedures
    • 4.11.13 Service Categories/QoS
    • 4.11.14 Summary: DSRC (5.9 GHz) Transmission Characteristics
    • 4.11.16 Market Segment
      • 4.11.16.1 Market Drivers
      • 4.11.16.2 Market Requirements
      • 4.11.16.3 Market Estimate
    • 4.11.17 Industry
      • 4.11.17.1 Industry Coalition
      • 4.11.17.2 Vendors
    • Arada
    • Arinc
    • AutoTalks
    • Commsignia
    • Cohda Wireless
    • DGE
    • Kapsch
    • Redpine Signals
    • Savari
    • Unex

5.0 Lidar

  • 5.1 General
    • 5.1.1 Popularity
  • 5.2 Structure and Functionalities
  • 5.3 Industry
    • Aerostar
    • Ibeo
    • Osram/Phantom Intelligence
    • Quanergy
    • TriLumina
    • Velodyne
  • 5.4 Benefits and Limitations
  • 5.5 Market

6.0 Conclusions

Figure 1: Wireless Communications: ITS Environment
Figure 2: ITS Architecture-Illustration
Figure 3: Europe - Standardization Organizations
Figure 4: U.S.-Standardization Bodies
Figure 5: NTCIP Structure
Figure 6: International -Standardization Bodies
Figure 7: TAM: Global ITS ($B)
Figure 8: TAM: ITS WICT- Global ($B)
Figure 9: ITS Equipment Sales by Regions ($B)
Figure 10: Evolution
Figure 11: Levels
Figure 12: Network Requirements
Figure 13: Connected Car Functionalities
Figure 14: Estimate - Global Connected Car Market Value ($B)
Figure 15: Estimate: Global Automotive Wireless Market - Equipment Sales ($B)
Figure 16: Estimate - Global - Service Providers Revenue - Connected Car ($B)
Figure 17: Communications Model: WAVE
Figure 18: Protocols
Figure 19: Program Structure
Figure 20: Schedule
Figure 21: DSRC - Plan
Figure 22: Channels Structure
Figure 23: Frequency Plan and Power Limits
Figure 24: ITS G5 Chanel Structure
Figure 25: ITS-5.9 GHz DSRC - Place
Figure 26: Major Categories-DSRC Services
Figure 27: Logical Flow
Figure 28: 5.9 GHz DSRC Rate vs. Distance
Figure 29: Estimate: U.S. 5.9 GHz DSRC Tags Market Value ($B)
Figure 30: Estimate: U.S. 5.9 GHz DSRC Tags Market Value (Mil. Units)
Figure 31: Estimate: U.S. 5.9 GHz DSRC Readers Market Value (Mil. Units)
Figure 32: U.S. 5.9 GHz DSRC Readers Market Value ($M)
Figure 33: Lidar and Radar Properties
Figure 34: Estimate: Global Lidar Market ($M)
Figure 35: Estimate: Global Automotive Lidar Market ($M)
Table 1: Road Crashes Statistics
Table 2: ETSI G5 Channels
Table 3: Service Requirements
Table 4: 5.9 GHz DSRC Advantages
Table 5: Service Categories
Table 6: 5.9 GHz DSRC Characteristics
Table 7: Lidar Characteristics - Automotive Applications
Table 8: Lidar and Video Camera Properties
Date of Publication:
Jan 12, 2016
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