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Draup executed a comprehensive analysis of autonomous vehicles and how it is spurring a transformative shift in the current automotive value chain. The global technology spend on autonomous vehicles in 2017 was ~30 bn USD, of which ~29% belonged to traditional OEMs such as BMW, Ford, Tesla etc.
Tech giants such as Google and Baidu are chasing autonomy, having invested in large in-house engineering teams focused on developing deep learning capabilities to make advanced driving systems, safe and predictable. Google’s Waymo has committed to spending ~1.5 bn over the next year. Semiconductor manufacturing giant, Intel has made the largest acquisition in this space by acquiring Mobileye for ~16 bn USD, in 2016.
Apart from in-house spends, traditional OEMs and tech giants are spending millions on outsourcing. Current outsourcing is largely focussed on developing software capabilities in feature development, system engineering, functional safety, and platform system integration, which serve as a huge opportunity for service providers. Some niche outsourced areas under these subsegments include:
You can access the reports in Braindesk that have comprehensively outlined the autonomous vehicle roadmap.
Failure to customize sales pitches that adequately reflect the behavioral traits of the prospect are one of the biggest reasons why sales executives fail in their quest to make a conversion. Draup now gives you access to customized actionable pointers which are personalized to reflect the psychological traits of your prospect and can greatly improve your chances of striking a deal. These actionable pointers are carefully curated tips on how to approach a specific executive and what they’d like to see during your initial outreach efforts.
Signals are a list of key events that will impact the performance of a company and are either strategic or tactical in nature. We’ve curated the signals feed to ensure that you get to see ones that you haven’t seen before on the platform so that you can get access to constantly updated information spanning a multitude of segments. If there are signals you haven’t seen yet, the platform will make sure to prioritize them over the ones you’ve already viewed.
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