China Automated Parking Assist (APA) and Automated Valet Parking (AVP) Markets, 2019-2020 & 2021-2023
DUBLIN, June 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Automated Parking Assist (APA) and Automated Valet Parking (AVP) Industry Report, 2021" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering
Automated Parking Assist (APA) and Automated Valet Parking (AVP) Industry Report, 2021 combs through technology routes, business models, products and solutions of major APA and AVP suppliers, and parking intelligence of OEMs.
For AVP single vehicle intelligence technologies, memory parking is firstly landed; at the parking lot end, AVP is firstly used in P3 and P4 parking lots.
Bosch is a typical parking lot intelligence solution provider. Together with Mercedes-Benz and the parking lot operator Apcoa, Bosch has deployed a set of AVP system for trial commercial operation at the car park P6 at Stuttgar Airport.
The General Technical Requirements of Automated Valet Parking Systems firstly defines parking lot standards.
In current stage, AVP standards are mainly formulated by associations. To fill the gaps in AVP industry standards in China and deal with the challenge of AVP compatible with multiple solutions, China-SAE and China Communications Industry Association introduced the General Technical Requirements of Automated Valet Parking Systems (T/CSAE156-2020) in December 2020.
The standard covers the three technology routes: single vehicle intelligence, parking lot intelligence and vehicle-parking lot cooperation. It has four parts of content: system definition, security application scenarios, general technical requirements of the system, and general technical requirements of testing.
The General Technical Requirements of Automated Valet Parking Systems defines levels of intelligent parking lots: P0, P1, P2, P3, P4 and P5.
According to the table above, P2 parking lots meet the conditions needed by AVP single vehicle intelligence; P4 parking lots are basically qualified for being AVP parking lots at the strong end; P3 parking lots meet the conditions of AVP parking lots at the weak end, with most CVIS solutions deployed in P3 parking lots.
Most insiders argue that CVIS is the future of AVP. After exchanges with experts, we believe any technology roadmap needs a subject of responsibility for safety, that is, who takes charge of the safety of AVP system, vehicle end or parking lot end? We think the subject of responsibility at the strong end should be parking lot operators and AVP technology providers, and at the weak end, the OEMs and AVP technology providers.
Application of AVP in P2 parking lots needs L4 intelligent vehicles which are however unlikely to be mass-produced shortly (before 2025). Even if P2 parking lots are built, there will be few vehicles available. So before 2025, parking lots (P3/P4) that support CVIS solutions have plenty of room for growth.
As a substandard of the General Technical Requirements of Automated Valet Parking Systems, the Technical Requirements of Automated Valet Parking Maps and Positioning is under discussion and expected to be drafted in December 2021. The study of other AVP substandards such as AVP parking lot communications, AVP test and memory parking is in the pipeline.
OEMs step up R&D of intelligent parking systems for mass production
OEMs are accelerating R&D of intelligent parking systems for mass production by way of independently developing or seeking external collaborations. Some OEMs like Weltmeister have achieved AVP for L4 automated driving in designated scenarios through working with Baidu; Geely with 5G-AVP technology enabling 1km autonomous parking will step into exploration of intelligent cloud based AVP; with a plan of trying to equip some of its models with memory parking function in late 2020, GAC has installed AVP function in some high-end and luxury models in 2021H1; Great Wall Motor and Baidu Apollo have worked together on mass production of AVP, and announced to spawn AVP-enabled vehicles in 2021.
There is a common belief that the pace of AVP system testing will quicken to gear up for use in vehicles between 2021 and 2022, and the mass adoption of AVP system will begin in 2023.
For parking business models, parking lot operators, OEMs and AVP solution providers make profits by charging AVP subscription fee or pay-per-use billing. Parking lot operators also make benefits with value-added services derived from intelligent parking systems. An example is Bosch which combines electric vehicle automatic charging, autonomous washing of vehicles and express delivery to provide complete solutions for parking lot operators.
Key Topics Covered:
1 Automated Parking Concept and Technologies
1.1 Concept and Definition of Automated Parking
1.2 Composition and Technologies of Automated Parking System
1.3 Development Trends of AVP System
2 Automated Parking Market
2.1 AVP Market Size
2.2 Installations and Installation Rate of APA, 2019-2020
2.3 Monthly Installations of APA and YoY Growth, 2019-2020
2.4 Monthly Installation Rate of APA and YoY Growth, 2019-2020
2.5 Installations and Installation Rate of APA by Price, 2019-2020
2.6 Installations and Installation Rate of APA by Country, 2019-2020
2.7 Installation Rate of APA by Price Range, 2019-2020
2.8 TOP15 Brands by Installations of APA, 2019-2020
2.9 TOP15 Models by Installations of APA, 2019-2020
2.10 Ranking of APA-enabled Models by Brand/Model, 2020
2.11 APA-enabled Models as a Percentage of Total Vehicle Sales, 2019-2020
2.12 Installation Rates of APA & AVP in China, 2014-2024E
3 APS/AVP Technology Providers
3.3 Hyundai Mobis
3.4 ZongMu Technology
3.5 Uisee Technology
3.10 SKunchen Technology
3.11 ForVision Intelligent Technology
3.15 TJD Parking
3.16 Desay SV
3.19 DJI Automotive
4 Application Status and Trends of APA/AVP of OEMs
4.1.1 Evolution of Intelligent Parking
4.1.2 Automated Parking Test and Parking Supporting Services
4.1.3 Automated Parking for VW Touareg Autonomous Driving
4.3 Changan Automobile
4.5 Xiaopeng Motors
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