Mapping the most important companies in autonomous vehicle tech

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Moving closer to operational setups across the world, here is the latest update of the global Autonomous Driving Network, showcasing most of the disclosed partnerships, collaborations and investments on the path to autonomous vehicles.

Increased investment and partnership activities

If you have a look on the investment side, the autonomous driving space is seeing increased funding activities again after the first hype phase between 2016 and 2018. Since 2020, the investments in the self-driving ecosystem are seeing a steep upwards trend again according to a recent McKinsey study.

Investors have poured more than USD 105 billion into the autonomous driving tech landscape, roughly 51% was going into semiconductors/computing, followed by 33% for ADAS components. The remaining 15% were spread across simulation and mapping, autonomous vehicle integrations and software.

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