A vehicle platoon is a group of vehicles that travels in close proximity to one another, nose-to-tail, at highway speeds. A lead vehicle is followed by a number of other vehicles that closely match their speeds and maneuvers to the lead vehicle. Vehicle platoons have been proposed since at least the early 1960s. Since then, various universities and government-funded organizations have been studying them.
Before we had commercial wireless communications, GPS, and radar sensors, recommendations generally included some type of mechanical coupling between vehicles, much like a “road train” (although, unlike a road train, you will see barreling through the outback.)
This report will cover the topics pertaining to:
- Vehicle Platooning Market Landscape
- IP Overview
- New Entrants and Market Players
- Future scope of Vehicle Platooning technology
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