Whether for reasons of safety, comfort or simply engineering and technology leadership, various OEMs have said they expect to have autonomous car technology ready for launch by or in 2020.
Built around exclusive insight from industry stakeholders, this Automotive World report investigates the likelihood of commercially available autonomous passenger cars being on the road by 2020; where; and if not in 2020, when.
Table of contents
- Autonomous cars by 2020 – really?
- Executive summary
- “It depends…” – Defining autonomy
- Will autonomous cars be on the road by 2020?
- Key barriers to launching autonomous cars in 2020
- If not 2020, then when?
- What would ‘autonomous’ mean in 2020?
- Where in the world?
- Who would use autonomous cars?
- Closing remarks: 2025 is the new 2020
Exclusive insight from:
- Maria-Belén Aranda Colás, Project Manager for Automated Driving, Bosch
- Mike Thoeny, Managing Director, Delphi Electronic Controls Europe
- Brian Loh, VP Active Safety and Semi-Automated Portfolio, Global Electronics, ZF TRW
- Jonathan Storey, Director, Automotive Reports
- Xavier Mosquet, Senior Partner, Boston Consulting Group
- Nick Gill, Chairman, Global Automotive Council, Capgemini
- Carla Bailo, President and Chief Executive, ECOS Consulting LLC
- Arunprasad Nandakumar, Senior Analyst, Chassis, Safety & Driver Assistance Systems, Frost & Sullivan
- Lee Barnes, Director – Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Business, Ricardo
- Dr. Wolfgang Bernhart, Partner – Automotive, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants
- Ian Riches, Director, Global Automotive Practice, Strategy Analytics