Global Teleoperation of Automated Vehicles Market Analysis/Opportunities Report 2022 with Case Studies from Motional-Ottopia & Nissan\’s Seamless Autonomous Mobility (SAM) –

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Transformational Growth will Push Market Revenue to $531 Million by 2028

The teleoperation market will open by 2024 with the launch of robotaxis and shuttles for commercial operations, thereby creating huge opportunity in the global teleoperations space.

Globally, regulators and local authorities are considering mandating teleoperations, thus helping the industry with the deployment and commercial operation of L4 vehicles.

Level 4 (L4) automated driving will redefine how people and goods use road transport systems. With no driver involved, L4 automated driving technology, which is currently in the nascent stage of development, will face multiple challenging situations, which are referred to in the industry as edge cases. For smoother and safer operation of these vehicles in mixed traffic and densely populated areas, the industry must have a way to both monitor and operate them remotely. The solution is teleoperation.

While many of the automated driving software developers, such as Waymo, Mobileye, and Argo AI, have developed teleoperation systems in-house to test and deploy their vehicles on public roads, many start-ups have sprung up to offer teleoperation technology and services for clientele including OEMs, taxi aggregators, tier suppliers, and logistics companies.

Applications for these teleoperations include robotaxis, shuttles, automated valet parking (AVP), freight, agriculture, mining, shipping, and last-mile vehicles.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Strategic Imperatives

Why Is It Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative

Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the Teleoperation of Autonomous Vehicles Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine

2. Growth Opportunity Analysis

Scope of Analysis

SAE* International Definition for Levels of Driving Automation

Market Segmentation – Automated Driving Features by Level of Autonomy

Key Competitors

Key Growth Metrics

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

Forecast Assumptions

Revenue and Total Addressable Market Forecast

Revenue Forecast by Application

Total Addressable Market Forecast by Application

Competitive Environment

3. Market Overview

Challenges AVs Face

Need for Teleoperation in AD

How Does Teleoperation Work?

Essential Requirements for Teleoperation

Teleoperation Software Strategy by AD Developers

Importance of Teleoperation Connectivity

Evolution of the Teleoperation Business Model

Applications of AD Teleoperation

Teleoperation Players’ Generic Business Models

Bill of Materials (BOM) and Pricing for Teleoperation Services

4. Main Company Profiles

Ottopia – Company Profile

Ottopia – Partners and Use Cases

DriveU.Auto – Company Profile, Partners and Use Cases

DriveU.Auto – DriveU Connectivity Platform

Phantom Auto – Company Profile

Fernride – Company Profile

Designated Driver – Company Profile

5. Use Cases


Nissan’s Seamless Autonomous Mobility (SAM)

6. Growth Opportunity Universe

Growth Opportunity 1 – Cellular Connectivity and Public Wi-Fi Network Infrastructure

Growth Opportunity 2 – Teleoperation in the Robotaxi and Shuttle Market

Growth Opportunity 3 – Teleoperation in the AV Parking Market

7. Next Steps

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