市場調查報告書

全球及中國的HD地圖產業:2019年∼2020年

Global and China HD Map Industry Report, 2019-2020

出版商 ResearchInChina 商品編碼 929173
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 260 Pages
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全球及中國的HD地圖產業:2019年∼2020年 Global and China HD Map Industry Report, 2019-2020
出版日期: 2020年03月16日內容資訊: 英文 260 Pages
簡介

許多汽車廠商陸續加入了L3自動駕駛汽車領域,其中幾乎每一家都預定在2020年發售L3車型。HD地圖對於L3自動駕駛汽車不可或缺,因此HD地圖迎來了急速成長的時期。

由於HD地圖的進步,地圖供應商將眼光放在資料服務,並定期獲得資料更新服務的費用。 HD地圖的單價至少是傳統導航地圖的5倍(約200元/輛),其後的服務費用約是一年100元。2019年,AutoNavi (amap.com) 引進了每輛車每年不到100元的標準HD地圖費用,促進了HD地圖的普及。

中國HD地圖市場規模預測會在2025年超過90億元。

HD地圖市場才剛抬頭,2021年以後,將漸漸出現更高等的連網汽車,或是在ICV安裝HD地圖,隨著L3自動駕駛汽車發售,該市場應該也會漸趨活潑,出現飛躍性成長。

本報告調查分析了全球與中國的HD地圖產業,並提供了收集模式與技術分析、市場情況、產業鏈、主要供應商等體系化資訊。

第1章 HD地圖產業

  • HD地圖與技術概念
  • HD地圖的功用
    • 車輛位置資訊
    • 行車計畫與辨識
    • 決策支援
    • 模擬用HD地圖
    • V2X的HD地圖
    • HD地圖應用程式的問題
  • HD地圖的規格
    • 自動駕駛資料連結與生態系統
    • 地圖規格
  • HD地圖的製作與維護
  • HD地圖市場規模
  • HD地圖競爭模式
  • HD地圖開發的課題
  • HD地圖開發動向

第2章 HD地圖的支援技術與資料

  • HD地圖的支援技術
  • HD地圖的資料收集
  • Mobileye與HD地圖
  • Bosch HD地圖科技
  • Qianxun SI
  • DMP (Dynamic Map Planning)

第3章 中國的地圖供應商

  • AutoNavi (amap.com)
  • Baidu Map
  • NavInfo
  • Tencent Map
  • Leador
  • eMapgo (EMG)
  • DiTu (Beijing) Technology
  • Momenta
  • Wuhan KOTEI Big Data Corporation
  • Jiangsu Zhitu Technology
  • JD Logistics
  • Photool Technology
  • Huawei Map
  • 中國地圖供應商的HD地圖開發路線圖
  • 主要3家地圖供應商的HD地圖技術分析
  • 主要3家地圖供應商的HD地圖訂製

第4章 國際地圖供應商

  • Here
  • TomTom
  • Waymo
  • Zenrin
  • Increment P

第5章 HD地圖的新創企業

  • KuanDeng Technology
  • Deep Map
  • Civil Maps
  • lvl
  • Carmera
  • Wayz.ai
  • Ushr
  • DeepMotion
  • Mapbox
  • Dilu Technology
  • TrafficData
  • Netradyne

第6章 標準化團體

  • NDS
  • ADASIS
  • SENSORIS

第7章 結論

目錄

HD map industry study: the HD map market is burgeoning with the roll-out of L3 autonomous vehicles.

The automakers (except Volvo, Ford and NIO that claimed a leap over L3) have set foot in L3 autonomous vehicle successively, and most of them are scheduled to launch L3 models in 2020.

As HD map is indispensable to an L3 self-driving car, the HD map market ushers in a period of rapid growth.

With the advances in HD map, the map providers are turning to the data services and getting data update service charges annually. HD map has a unit price at least five times higher than traditional navigation map (about 200 yuan/vehicle) and subsequent service fee stands at 100 yuan/year or so. In 2019, AutoNavi (amap.com) introduced the standard HD map fee below 100 yuan/year per vehicle, facilitating the prevalence of HD map.

As expected, the Chinese HD map market will be worth more than RMB9 billion in 2025.

The HD map market is now in its infancy and it has not been spawned yet, but the market will be booming after 2021 when more and more intelligent connected vehicles, or ICVs will be packed with HD map with the launch of L3 self-driving vehicle models. It can be seen from use of HD map in automakers' L3 self-driving cars to be soon mass-produced that the map leaders like Amap, Baidu Map, NavInfo and eMapgo stay ahead in HD map application.

In addition to HD map services for third parties, more companies applied in 2019 to be the eligible providers of electronic navigation mapping with class-A qualification, such as DiDi, Huawei and SF Express. JD.com is primarily focused on the maps for unmanned delivery vehicle often running on the non-motorway and JD thus needs to collect the HD map data about the non-motorway.

HD map is used mainly in the three including mobility service market, enclosed areas and parking areas. As concerns mobility service, the map providers like Baidu have tried mobility services such as RoboTaxi in China and beyond. In respect of enclosed area, SAIC has conducted a trial project "5G+L4 self-driving heavy truck" at the Shanghai Yangshan Deepwater Port. What's more, AVP (automated valet parking) remains a hotspot over the past two years, and the map providers like Baidu and eMapgo have already launched the map solutions for automated parking.

HD map is not only for autonomous vehicle but serves as a stimulus to the development of intelligent connected roads. In September 2019, the State Council put forward the importance of smart connected road construction in the Program of Building National Strength in Transportation. At the same time, China Highway and Transportation Society (CHTS) also issued the Levels of Intelligent Connected Roads and Interpretations. It is now at the L1 in China.

In the next three years, a total of about RMB75 billion will be invested to build intelligent road projects in China. HD map will be an integral part of smart road and will be onto the cloud as a platform. Moreover, it offers a unified space benchmark for roads. HD map is also an important carrier of smart road toll collection by service.

HD map is an emerging industry and is still short of unified industrial criteria, and the map vendors still apply de facto standard. An industrial standard will not be developed until the massive use of HD map in self-driving cars. China Autonomous Driving Map Working Group plans to nail down all kinds of autonomous driving map related standards and testing standards in 2022.

Table of Contents

1 HD Map Industry

  • 1.1 Concept of HD Map and Technologies
    • 1.1.1 Concept of HD Map and Technologies
    • 1.1.2 HD Map Composition
    • 1.1.3 HD Map Format
    • 1.1.4 ADAS MAP
    • 1.1.5 HAD MAP
    • 1.1.6 HD Map for L4
    • 1.1.7 Dynamic Map
    • 1.1.8 Static Map
  • 1.2 Role of HD Map
    • 1.2.1 Vehicle Positioning
    • 1.2.2 Path Planning and Perception
    • 1.2.3 Decision Aid
    • 1.2.4 HD Map for Simulation
    • 1.2.5 HD Map for V2X
    • 1.2.6 Difficulties in HD Map Application
  • 1.3 Standards on HD Map
    • 1.3.1 Autonomous Driving Data Link and Ecosystem
    • 1.3.2 Map Standards
  • 1.4 Production and Maintenance of HD Map
    • 1.4.1 Production Process
    • 1.4.2 Data Production of Static Map
    • 1.4.3 Data Update of Dynamic Map
    • 1.4.4 Tools for Acquisition of Dynamic Map
    • 1.4.5 Maintenance of HD Map
  • 1.5 HD Map Market Size
  • 1.6 Competitive Pattern of HD Map
  • 1.7 Challenges for Development of HD Map
    • 1.7.1 Mapping Costs of HD Map
    • 1.7.2 Technical Complexity
    • 1.7.3 Frequency of HD Map Updates
  • 1.8 Development Trend of HD Map
    • 1.8.1 From Professional Mapping to Crowdsourcing Update
    • 1.8.2 Elimination of Perceptual Error
    • 1.8.3 Diversified Competition
    • 1.8.4 HD Map Gets Used Increasingly with Mass Production of L3 Autonomous Vehicle
    • 1.8.5 Facilitate the Development of Intelligent Roads

2 HD Map Supporting Technologies and Data

  • 2.1 HD Map Supporting Technology
  • 2.2 Data Acquisition of HD Map
  • 2.3 Mobileye and HD Map
  • 2.4 Bosch HD Map Technology
  • 2.5 Qianxun SI
  • 2.6 Dynamic Map Planning

3 Chinese Map Providers

  • 3.1 AutoNavi (amap.com)
  • 3.2 Baidu Map
  • 3.3 NavInfo
  • 3.4 Tencent Map
  • 3.5 Leador
  • 3.6 eMapgo (EMG)
  • 3.7 DiTu (Beijing) Technology
  • 3.8 Momenta
  • 3.9 Wuhan KOTEI Big Data Corporation
  • 3.10 Jiangsu Zhitu Technology
  • 3.11 JD Logistics
  • 3.12 Photool Technology
  • 3.13 Huawei Map
  • HD Map Development Roadmap of Chinese Map Providers
  • HD Map Technology Analysis of Three Leading Chinese Map Providers
  • HD Map Orders of Three Leading Chinese Map Providers

4 Foreign Map Providers

  • 4.1 Here
  • 4.2 TomTom
  • 4.3 Waymo
  • 4.4 Zenrin
  • 4.5 Increment P

5 HD Map Starups

  • 5.1KuanDeng Technology
  • 5.2 Deep Map
  • 5.3 Civil Maps
  • 5.4 lvl 5
  • 5.5 Carmera
  • 5.6 Wayz.ai
  • 5.7 Ushr
  • 5.8 DeepMotion
  • 5.9 Mapbox
  • 5.10 Dilu Technology
  • 5.11 TrafficData
  • 5.12 Netradyne

6 Standardization Organizations

  • 6.1 NDS
  • 6.2 ADASIS
  • 6.3 SENSORIS

7 Conclusions

  • HD Map Market Players
  • Comparison between Foreign HD Map Companies
  • Comparison between Chinese HD Map Companies (I)
  • Comparison between Chinese HD Map Companies (II)
  • HD Map Business Model
  • Applied Scenarios of HD Map