Smart Transportation

Smart
Transportation

The Smart Transportation program examines the global market for hybrid electric, plug-in hybrid electric, and other alternative fuel vehicles for both consumer and commercial applications. Navigant Research also analyzes the market dynamics and opportunity for alternative drivetrains in commercial vehicles including trucks and buses, as well as two-wheel vehicles such as motorcycles, scooters, and bicycles. Additional coverage includes analysis of other emerging transportation technologies designed for improvement in fuel efficiency, and intelligent management of wide scale transportation systems.


Smart Transportation Research Services

Electric Vehicles Electric
Vehicles

The Electric Vehicles Research Service focuses on the emerging market opportunities for electrified vehicles on a worldwide basis. Research coverage includes plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, battery electric vehicles, hybrid cars and trucks, and electric bicycles, motorcycles, and scooters. Enabling technologies such as batteries and charging equipment infrastructure are also analyzed in depth. The service examines key industry players within the EV ecosystem as well as policy and regulatory factors and drivers of consumer and fleet demand for electrified vehicles.

Advanced Transportation Technologies Advanced Transportation
Technologies

The Advanced Transportation Technologies Research Service analyzes market issues and trends related to the development and adoption of a wide range of emerging transportation technologies. The service includes coverage of intelligent transportation systems, alternative drivetrain technologies, autonomous vehicles, natural gas vehicles, and the associated infrastructure and systems, along with profiles and analysis of the key market participants in each sector. Technology development and commercialization issues are examined in depth, and market forecasts are provided for each area, segmented by world region.


Transportation Forecast Transportation
Forecast

The Transportation Forecast Research Service focuses on global sales forecasts for light, medium, and heavy duty vehicles. The Transportation Forecast Model component of the Research Service factors in the impact of the various market, technology, and governmental drivers on the demand for all types of vehicles. The forecasts also include registered vehicles in use as well as the amounts of fuel consumed. The forecasts are segmented by the following types of drivetrains: Stop-Start, Hybrid, Plug-In Hybrid, Battery Electric, Fuel Cell, Natural Gas, Propane (Autogas), and Conventional vehicles (gasoline and diesel).


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