|Timetric's 'Industry Insight: Autonomous Driving - The Benefits and Hurdles Ahead' report analyzes the challenges, innovations, market environment and regulatory developments in the automated vehicles industry, and government commitment to the industry, with a particular focus on the UK.|
The UK automotive sector is one of the most efficient and productive manufacturing industries in Europe, and the sector has undergone significant growth since the recession. The development of driverless cars is expected to play a vital role in the UK's economic future, and the government has estimated that the autonomous vehicle market could be worth aroundGBP900 billion (US$1.1 trillion) worldwide by 2025.
The report also reviews industry concerns, particularly the views of industry association bodies and insurers, to understand their plans and expected changes to their business models and processes, including projected product types, claims-handling processes and market collaborations with other industries such as motor manufacturers.
|Timetric's 'Industry Insight: Autonomous Driving - The Benefits and Hurdles Ahead' report analyzes the developing driverless vehicle industry to provide: |
o An overview of the markets in terms of the opportunities and product line expansion for insurers and reinsurers
o Regulatory developments, including current regulations and those under development, consultation and government study
o The impact of the industry on cyberinsurance, especially in terms of product innovation and demand for cyberinsurance and cyber-reinsurance
o Understanding of the current views and expectations of the industry from the perspectives of insurers and insurance associations, policymakers and motor manufacturers
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|Date Published: 2017-05-31|
Report: Autonomous Driving - The Opportunities and Obstacles Ahead
|1 Executive Summary|
2 The State of the UK Motor Insurance Industry
3 UK Self-Driving Industry Transformation
4 Stimuli for Autonomous Vehicles
5 UK Government and Autonomous Vehicles Espousal
6 AV Technology and Liability
7 Industry Concern
8 Full Automation Adoption and the Future for Insurance
9 Industry View and Insurers' Actions
10 Insurer and Manufacturer Collaboration
11 Future Expectations
12 Definitions and Methodology
13 About Timetric
13.1 Contact Timetric
13.2 About Timetric
13.3 Timetric's Services
List of Tables
|Table 1: Insurance Industry Definitions|
List of Figures
|Figure 1: UK Motor Insurance - Direct Written Premium and Paid Claims (GBP Billion), 2011-2020|
Figure 2: New Registered Cars with Autonomous Systems (Thousand), 2017
Figure 3: Consumer Preference for Self-Driving Vehicles (%), 2014-2017
Figure 4: Motor Vehicle Traffic - Great Britain (%), 2007-2017
Figure 5: Percentage of Consumers That See AVs Unsafe (%), 2016
This report provides
o The motor industry is investing heavily in self-driving technology. According to data from the Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders (SMMT) and JATO Dynamics, 30.7% of new cars registered in 2015 were fitted with safety-enhancing collision-warning systems as standard, with the technology offered as an option on an additional 27.4% of cars.
|Language Code: EN|
|Region: United Kingdom|
|Report Type: Industry Report|
|Industry: Service Industries|
Admiral Group Plc Aviva Plc Direct Line Insurance Group Plc Nissan Roborace Volvo Moovel Car2Go
Reasons to buy this report
|o Learn about market views and expectations of the industry from various perspectives|
o Be informed of the UK's government role in the development of autonomous vehicles
o Gain an understanding of the driverless vehicles sector, and the market opportunities available to insurers and reinsurers
o Develop an insight into current and expected regulatory changes concerning claims and liabilities, and their effects on product underwriting
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