Automotive platooning is an emerging market and currently is in a phase of technological innovation. Platooning offers tremendous benefits such as fuel economy, increased road safety, better road capacity usage, and others. Automotive platooning system market report offers estimate and analysis of the automotive platooning systems market on a global and regional level. This research study gives historic data of 2015 and forecast for the period 2016 to 2026 on the basis of volume (Units). This report covers restraints and drivers for the market and their impact on the demand over the estimated period. In addition, this research study provides analysis of growth opportunities available in the automotive platooning systems market on a global level.
This report gives an inclusive view on the automotive platooning systems market by incorporating thorough product portfolio of key vendors and competitive scenario. In order to understand the competitive landscape in the market, Porter’s five forces model and it’s an analysis for the automotive platooning systems market has also been incorporated.
The study provides a crucial view on the automotive platooning systems market by segmenting the market on the basis of region. All regions have been analyzed on the basis of present and future trends and the market is estimated from 2015 to 2026. The regional segmentation involves current and forecast demand for North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa and Latin America.
The report offers comprehensive competitive outlook including company profiles of the major participants in the global automotive platooning systems market. The key players of Daimler, Peloton Technology, Scania, Volvo, Continental, Delphi, IVECO, MAN Truck & Bus, Meritor Wabco, Navistar, Nokia Growth Partners, TomTom and others.
This report segment of the automotive platooning systems market as follows:
Global Automotive Platooning Systems Market: Regional Segment Analysis
- North America
- Asia Pacific
- Latin America
- The Middle East and Africa