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對主要汽車製造商研究開發的重要業績評估指標分析:2011-2016年

Select Automotive OEM R&D KPIs Analysis, 2011-2016

出版商 Frost & Sullivan 商品編碼 596071
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對主要汽車製造商研究開發的重要業績評估指標分析:2011-2016年 Select Automotive OEM R&D KPIs Analysis, 2011-2016
出版日期: 2017年12月05日 內容資訊: 英文 47 Pages
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現今,汽車廠商,在駕駛者期待在擁有車輛裝載下一代數位技術之下,著重可從通訊連接到全面控制的完全自動駕駛車輛的開發。自動駕駛與通訊連接技術是高效率的自動駕駛汽車生產上有良好相容性的組合,「聯網汽車」技術今後在汽車相關產業上將從半自動行車轉換到全自動駕駛不間斷地製造加速的機會。

本報告以主要汽車製造商研究開發支出的效率評估指標(KPI)為焦點,提供2011-2016年的期間調查的成果數值彙整。

摘要整理

  • 重要發現
  • 作為分析對象的業績評估指標(KPI)的主要數值
  • 作為分析對象的業績評估指標的主要數值(續)
  • 各模式整體銷售台數

研究開發的重要成果評估指數

  • KPI 1 - 總收益(汽車 + 金融服務)
  • KPI 2 - 汽車收入淨額
  • KPI 3 - 整體僱用
  • KPI 4 - 整體研究開發預算
  • KPI 5 - 研究開發預算明細 - 基礎研究
  • KPI 6 - 研究開發預算明細 - 尖端研究
  • KPI 7 - 研究開發預算明細 - 產品開發
  • KPI 8 - 整體研究開發人員數
  • KPI 9 - 工程研究設施的位置數
  • KPI 10 - 銷售模式數
  • KPI 11 - 各模式整體銷售台數
  • KPI 12 - 汽車平台數
  • KPI 13 - 製造廠房數
  • KPI 14 - 專利數量
  • KPI 在15 - 全球的計劃的共用零件數
  • KPI 16 - 產品開發年表
  • KPI 17 - 美國道路安全保險協會(IIHS)的頂級安全性選擇模式數
  • KPI 18 - 每100台車輛的缺陷數
  • KPI 19 - OEM供應商合作關係指數
  • KPI 20 - 研究開發人員每人的研究開發預算
  • KPI 21 - 在整體銷售台數與其需要的研究開發預算
  • KPI 22 - 汽車收益中包含的研究開發費的構成比
  • KPI 23 - 開發模式數與其需要的研究開發人員數
  • KPI 24 - 汽車平台數與使用的車輛的整體銷售台數
  • KPI 25 - 整體平台數與使用發售的車型數

成長機會及必需策略

  • 研究開發的成長機會
  • 成功、成長的必需策略

結論

  • 主要的結論
  • 免責聲明

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Around $40 Billion was Spent on R&D by 5 Global Automotive OEMs in 2016

Automotive manufacturers are currently focusing on building fully connected and completely autonomous vehicles, as drivers expect next-generation digital technologies in their cars. As autonomous and connected technologies go hand-in-hand in building efficient self-driving cars, connected car technologies will create a drift in the automotive ecosystem to help automakers make a seamless shift from semi-autonomous driving to fully autonomous driving in the future.

In order to match the market expectation, OEMs' objective is to build cars that can change the form and function, as opposed to what is being offered now. Moreover, in the race to reduce the carbon footprint, OEMs are focusing on unique, customized strategies in building electric vehicles that help in achieving sustainability. Creating smart mobility solutions by conceptualizing the idea of sharing electric vehicles by optimizing cross-company collaboration is another area of focus for automakers to generate revenue. Hence, OEMs are in the process of building next-generation electric vehicles with autonomous driving capability, which will ultimately create a synergy between OEMs and transportation companies in developing a cost-effective business model that leads to a win-win partnership. Moreover, several OEMs are seen as partnering with companies to provide an on-demand network of cars, object recognition, and development of HAD maps. Automakers are keen on building their next-generation infotainment platforms by partnering with key players in this space.

Research Scope:

This study analyzes Research & Development data from the annual reports and 10-K reports of 5 global automotive OEMs. It benchmarks these 5 OEMs against 20 key performance indicators.

Research Highlights:

The KPI are based on total units sold, total revenue generated, R&D expenditure, R&D expenditure in terms of basic research, advanced research and product development, total employee head count, number of engineering locations, nameplates sold, vehicle platforms sold, number of manufacturing plants, number of patents filed, part commonality, development timeline. The KPIs are analysed and key takeaways are provided for each one of them.

This research can help OEMs identify where they are placed with respect to other global players and for suppliers to understand the research expenditure spent by major OEMs.

Key Issues Addressed:

  • How do the select OEMs perform against each other in terms of R&D performance - total revenue, research expenditure, employee count?
  • What is the focus of OEMs in terms of research expenditure? Basic, Advanced and Product Development
  • How many units have been sold with respect to R&D employees? How many units per vehicle platforms? Units using the same nameplate?
  • How any vehicles from the select OEMs have received Top Safety Pick from IIHS?
  • How are select OEMs placed in OEM-Supplier Working Relations Index?

Table of Contents

1. SELECT AUTOMOTIVE OEM R&D KPIS ANALYSIS, 2011-2016

Executive Summary

  • Key Findings
  • Key Figures for KPIs Analysed
  • Key Figures for KPIs Analysed (continued)
  • Models Total Units Sold

Research and Development Key Performance Indicators

  • KPI 1-Total Revenue (Automotive + Financial Services)
  • KPI 2-Automotive Revenue Net
  • KPI 3-Total Employment
  • KPI 4-Total R&D Budget
  • KPI 5-R&D Budget breakdown by Basic Research
  • KPI 6-R&D Budget breakdown by Advanced Research
  • KPI 7-R&D Budget breakdown by Product Development
  • KPI 8-Total R&D Head Count
  • KPI 9-No. of Engineering R&D Locations
  • KPI 10-Number of Models Sold
  • KPI 11-Models Total Units Sold
  • KPI 12-Number of Vehicle Platforms
  • KPI 13-Number of Manufacturing Plants
  • KPI 14-Number of Patents
  • KPI 15-Global Programs Part Commonality
  • KPI 16-Product Development (PD) Timeline
  • KPI 17-Number of Top Safety Pick Models from IIHS
  • KPI 18-Problems Per 100 Vehicles
  • KPI 19-OEM-Supplier Working Relationship Index
  • KPI 20-R&D Budget Per R&D Headcount
  • KPI 21-R&D Budget Per Total Units Sold
  • KPI 22-R&D Budget as a Percent of Automotive Revenue
  • KPI 23-R&D Headcount Per Number of Nameplates
  • KPI 24-Total Units Sold Per Number of Vehicle Platforms
  • KPI 25-Number of Nameplates Sold Per Total Platforms

Growth Opportunities and Strategic Imperatives

  • Research and Development Growth Opportunities
  • Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

Conclusions

  • Key Conclusions
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