Automotive & Electric Vehicles Report

The prosperous EV business for construction, agriculture & mining will rocket to over $100bn in 2029

Electric Vehicles in Construction, Agriculture and Mining 2019-2029

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Table of Contents
1.EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
1.1.Purpose and scope of this report
1.2.Where we are headed
1.2.1.Overview
1.2.2.Other drivers of electrification
1.3.Construction site of the future: electric vehicles/ robots charged by movable zero gensets
1.4.Farm of the future: robots and drones charge from on-board solar and mobile "zero gensets"
1.5.Types of mine
1.6.Open pit (open cast) all electric mine of the future
1.6.1.No more haul trucks climbing the sides?
1.6.2.Mine of the future: electric land and air vehicles charging from zero emission mine microgrids
1.7.Progress towards the end game: all electric CAM vehicles
1.7.1.Overview
1.7.2.Electric vehicles compared to non-electric vehicles
1.7.3.Full hybrid vehicle
1.7.4.Pure electric vehicle
1.8.Major suppliers' coverage across CAM electric vehicles
1.9.Supplier appraisal Caterpillar
1.10.Supplier appraisal Komatsu
1.11.Revenues of top agricultural equipment companies
1.12.CAM electric vehicle value market share $ billion in 2019 and EV CAM $ billion 2029
1.13.Market forecasts
1.13.1.Market forecasts - number (thousand)
1.13.2.Market forecasts - unit price (US$ thousand)
1.13.3.Market forecasts - market value (US$ billion)
1.14.Market forecasts for construction, agriculture and mining electric vehicles 2019-2029
1.14.1.Number of CAM electric vehicles 2019-2029
1.14.2.Market value of CAM electric vehicles 2019-2029
1.14.3.Market value of CAM electric vehicles 2019 and 2029
1.14.4.Number of CAM electric vehicles 2019-2029 - all categories
1.14.5.Unit price of CAM electric vehicles 2019-2029 - all categories
1.14.6.Market value of CAM electric vehicles 2019-2029 - all categories
1.15.CAM vehicle market outlook
1.16.Patent analysis
2.INTRODUCTION
2.1.Here come mines and agriculture electrified then unmanned
2.2.Goldcorp Chapleau all electric mine
2.3.Issues driving the agricultural vehicle revolution
2.3.1.Growing population and growing demand for food
2.3.2.Major crop yields are plateauing
2.3.3.Aging farmer population
2.3.4.Greenhouse and local emissions in agriculture
2.3.5.Emission push for pure electric equipment
2.4.Robots attract as farming wages rise and micro-faring arrives
2.5.Towards ultra precision agriculture: variable rate technology
2.6.Transition towards to swarms of small, slow, cheap robots
2.7.Ultra Precision farming will cause upheaval in the farming value chain
2.8.Agricultural robotics and ultra precision = value chain upheaval
2.9.Business models between RaaS and equipment sales
2.10.CAM EVs past and present
2.10.1.History of electrification
2.10.2.CAM EV examples today
2.10.3.Equipment definitions: market player landscape
2.10.4.Some recent industry announcements
2.11.Powertrain trends
3.CONSTRUCTION
3.1.Drones in construction
3.2.Overview
3.2.1.Pure electric or hybrid construction excavators?
3.3.Mini excavators
3.3.1.Mini excavator market shares
3.3.2.Caterpillar
3.3.3.JCB
3.3.4.Mecalac: Dana
3.3.5.Takeuchi
3.3.6.Verkooyen Machines BV
3.3.7.Volvo Construction Equipment
3.3.8.Wacker Neuson
3.3.9.Yanmar
3.4.Hybrid mainstream excavators
3.4.1.Overview
3.4.2.Caterpillar
3.4.3.Hitachi
3.4.4.Komatsu
3.4.5.NASATA
3.5.Other construction EVs: loaders, dumpers etc.
3.5.1.Ausa
3.5.2.Avant Tecno
3.5.3.Huddig
3.5.4.John Deere, Oerlikon
3.5.5.Kramer- werke
3.5.6.Volvo CE
3.5.7.Wacker Neuson
4.AGRICULTURE
4.1.Transition to swarms of small, slow, cheap robots
4.2.Market and technology readiness by agricultural activity
4.3.Market and technology readiness by agricultural activity
4.4.Technology progression
4.4.1.Driverless autonomous large tractors
4.4.2.Autonomous, ultra precision weeding
4.4.3.Robotic fresh fruit harvesting
4.4.4.Electrification of tractors
4.5.Tractors
4.5.1.AGCO (Fendt)
4.5.2.Autonxt
4.5.3.Belarus Tractors
4.5.4.CNH
4.5.5.Farmtrac
4.5.6.John Deere
4.5.7.Kubota
4.5.8.Mahindra
4.5.9.STW
4.6.Planters
4.6.1.AGCO (Fendt)
5.MINING
5.1.Mining by use of self-produced zero emission electricity
5.2.Future of quarrying
5.3.Underground mining
5.4.Some electrification timelines and models involved
5.5.Mining EV manufacturers by type and maturity
5.6.EVs in operation by mine: examples
5.7.Electric vehicle models
5.8.Mining: equipment application
5.9.Artisan Vehicle Systems
5.10.Atlas Copco
5.11.BYD
5.12.Caterpillar
5.13.GE
5.14.Hitachi
5.15.Komatsu Joy Global
5.16.Kuhn Schweiz AG - Komatsu
5.17.Maclean Engineering
5.18.Sandvik
6.ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES
6.1.Mine power and tools reinvented
6.2.Four key EV enabling technologies
6.3.New options for making zero emission power for CAM sites
6.4.Next toolkit for zero emission gensets: relocatable, much less intermittent
6.5.Energy storage
6.5.1.Comparison of specific energy and energy density
6.5.2.Battery requirements for industrial electric vehicles
6.5.3.Advantages of Li-ion batteries
6.5.4.Disadvantages of Li-ion batteries
6.5.5.Li-ion battery manufacturers by location
6.5.6.Forecast of Li-ion battery cost (industrial) $/kWh)
6.5.7.Battery packs
6.5.8.BYD
6.5.9.Microvast
6.5.10.Battery packs - Akasol
6.5.11.Battery Packs - Lithium storage GmbH
6.5.12.Battery Packs - Saminco
6.6.Traction motors
6.6.1.Dana including TM4
6.6.2.Visedo Oy
6.6.3.Saminco
6.6.4.Siemens

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