“Sensors for robotic vehicles will become industries of their own”, announces Yole Développement (Yole), the market research & strategy consulting company in its new analysis named Sensors for Robotic Vehicles. Growth rates are expected to be impressive. In 2017 production of robotic vehicles was in the range of a few hundred worldwide. Today, Yole is expecting production volumes to reach 3.1 million units annually, with cumulative production of 10.5 million units, by 2032. That market growth in excess of 2,500-fold, or 58% CAGR for the next 15 years.
Yole presents today it new technology & market report Sensors for Robotic Vehicles. This analysis provides a comprehensive scenario for sensors within the dynamics of the robotic vehicle market including market metrics such as ASP, revenue, volume and shipment. It also proposes a relevant description of the overall applications on the sensor suite: LiDAR, Radar, Cameras, IMU , GNSS , and associated computing. In this report, Yole’s analysts provides in-depth understanding of the related ecosystem & players.
Who are the players? What is the robotic vehicle ecosystem? Who are the key suppliers to watch? Which technologies are today available? What will be the tomorrow’s technologies? Yole proposes you today to discover a picture of our future.
15 years from now, the yearly revenue associated with the production of robotic vehicles will reach US$300 billion. 52% of that figure will originate from the vehicles themselves, 26% will come from sensing hardware, 17% from computing hardware and the remaining 5% will be from integration.
“Within 15 years complete industries will be structured around robotic vehicle technologies”, asserts Pierre Cambou, Activity Leader, Imaging at Yole… Full article
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