Autonomous Vehicles & Electric Vehicles Technology & IP Landscape Dashboard

Autonomous Vehicles & Electric Vehicles Technology & IP Landscape Dashboard

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Autonomous Vehicles & Electric Vehicles landscape overview

An autonomous vehicle, also known as driver-less or self-driving vehicle, is a vehicle that is capable of sensing its environment and guides itself (identifyING navigation paths, obstacles and relevant signage) with little or no human input.

Autonomous vehicles are enabled by active safety and navigation systems such as lane-departure warning, crash avoidance, blind-spot assistance, emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, parking assistance, lane-keep assistance and traffic-jam and queuing assistance.

Electric Vehicles, including Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV), Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV), Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) are vehicles which use electric motors and motor controllers for propulsion, in place of more common propulsion methods such as the internal combustion engine.

Electric Vehicles have benefited from the latest technology advances in energy harvesting, regenerative braking, wireless power transfer and low temperature fast charging. Nevertheless, limitations of battery technology such as specific energy (energy per unit mass), energy density (energy per unit volume), specific power (max deliverable power per unit mass) and power density (max deliverable power per unit volume) still exist and electric vehicle batteries continue to await further improvements.

Major players covered in this landscape

Waymo, BMW, Nissan, Ford, General Motors, Delphi Automotive Systems, Tesla, Mercedes Benz, Bosch, Volkswagen, Volvo and Aptiv, Tesla, BMW, Nissan, Chevrolet, Ford, Volkswagen, Smith Electric Vehicles, BYD and Renault.

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