Global Autonomous Driving Simulation & Virtual Test Industry Chain Report: 2018-2019 - ResearchAndMarkets.com

January 16, 2019

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan 16, 2019--The “Global Autonomous Driving Simulation and Virtual Test Industry Chain Report, 2018-2019” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

Considering the difficulties they have faced with chassis and vehicle chip, the (automotive) industrial software represented by autonomous driving simulation is possibly the best field in which IT/AI/VR firms can make investments.

In this report the autonomous driving simulation industry is analytically explored: ranging from simulation platform, vehicle dynamics simulation, sensor simulation, scenario simulation to scenario library.

Simulation technologies seem distant from people’s lives and are hard for laypeople to understand, but this is a key domain in which breakthroughs are being made for the automotive sector - even intelligent manufacturing in China - and it deserves significant investment.

Vehicle R&D is becoming ever more sophisticated as cars are becoming smarter and smarter, increasing the cost of vehicle development and leading to a prolonged development cycle. Lots of new technologies in the area of vehicle security are subject to environmental and test security restraints and are hard to carry out effectively. The traditional means for R&D, tests and validation, however, are out of date.

There are dozens of simulation test companies around the globe. Among them, America ranks first by the number of companies, but Germany boasts the largest number of simulation firms in the automotive sector.

It can be seen from the development of the simulation industry that new opportunities are emerging all the time and the emerging companies have sprung up constantly. Simulation tycoons have grown ever more competitive through mergers and acquisitions and have developed hundreds of product categories which are applied in dozens of industries.

Through multiple acquisitions of companies inside and outside the industry, ANSYS dominates the CFD market, developing the embedded codes, beefing up chip encapsulation design, and enriching internal combustion engine simulation products. ANSYS purchased OPTIS in 2018 and improved the simulation technologies dealing with sensors like LiDAR, camera and radar.

The potential of the autonomous driving simulation market has enticed many enterprises outside the automotive sector.

Topics Covered

1. Introduction to Vehicle Simulation and Autonomous Driving Simulation

2. Autonomous Driving Simulation Platforms and Companies

3. Vehicle Dynamics Simulation

4. HIL Simulation

5. Scenario Simulation Companies

6. Sensor Simulation Companies

7. Scenario Library

Companies Featured

51VR/RealDrive AAI ADAC Applied Intuition AVL CATARC China CIDAS Claytex Cognata dSPACE ETAS Germany GIDAS IPG Carmaker iVista Kunlun Plan Metamoto MonoDrive NI OPTIS Parallel Domain Pro-SiVIC rFpro RightHook Simpack TESIS DYNAware Vector VTD

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