Report: Autonomous Driving System Developments in Japan

About the Report 

The technologies that might allow for fully-autonomous automobiles in the coming years have been all the rage across the world for much of at least the past four years. And Japan has certainly not been a laggard to participate with enthusiasm in a segment which promises to transform the automotive industry as well as the tens of thousands of companies that are part of the current supply chains for major automobile manufacturers across the world. This report titled "Autonomous Driving System Developments in Japan" aims to map out the current progress of Japan in this promising market. This report provides a comprehensive definition of the autonomous driving system, and takes a close look at its evolution. It then discusses the strategies taken by the main car producers in Japan, presenting the Japanese vision of the autonomous driving system sector. Then this report focuses on the efforts initiated by Japanese tech developers in this field, and elaborates on the government initiatives taken by Japan in the autonomous driving system sector. Lastly, this report provides various recommendations to EU companies for a successful market entry.

About the Expert:

Mr Nelson is graduated from Yale University and holds a Masters of Management from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Business in the USA. He is Operating Partner of Success Stories Media, a Japan-focused management consulting firm based in New York, and is Senior Editor of SUCCESS STORIES: JAPAN Executive Newsletter. Mr Nelson is a frequent paid speaker to executive groups around the world on Japan business and management topics and specialises in Japan's top 21,000 corporations and ultra-HNW CEOs. He is also a frequent guest on Japanese market and business topics on CNBC business TV. Click here to access his profile page.

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