Autonomous Car Guide

(804) Keep up-to-date with the latest autonomous technologies and the readiness levels of the key players developing autonomous vehicles.


With the race within the automotive industry to deploy vehicles with higher levels of autonomy, OEMs are accelerating their investments and developments towards autonomous vehicles. More than 20 manufacturers are aiming to launch such vehicles by 2020.

This guide assists in the understanding of the most recent autonomous car developments and programs amongst OEMs, the required sensor technologies to develop such vehicles, and highlights the technical and regulatory challenges facing the deployment of autonomous cars.
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Key questions answered

What challenges are affecting the evolution of sensor technology?

Why is AI important for autonomy, and what are the challenges?

Where are the leading public proving ground facilities, and what are their capabilities?

Features and benefits

Clearly defined roles of the driver and the vehicle for the different levels of automations according to SAE Level.
A breakdown of the capabilities of autonomous test areas, focusing on seven independent, publicly available facilities.
Categorization of 24 current and future ADAS, from SAE Level 0 to SAE Level 5.
Visual illustration of how various ADAS are oriented towards safety and convenience.
Benchmark your competitiveness with a clear, detailed breakdown of which systems each manufacturer is offering.
Identifies various sensor technologies that are required to enable a higher level of automation, and provides an overview of sensor evolution and its challenges.
Identifies the key players relevant to autonomous car development, helping readers understand key developments within 40 OEMs, and their readiness level to be able to bring autonomous systems into the market.