Automotive & Electric Vehicles Report

Last Mile Electric Vehicles 2018-2028

EVs taking goods or people to their final destination

The last mile EV market will reach over $792 billion by 2028
 

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Table of Contents
1.EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
1.1.Definitions and issues
1.1.1.Last mile travel for people is closely allied
1.1.2.Scope of this report
1.1.3.EV definition, drivers and component structure
1.1.4.Examples of LM and allied EVs currently in use
1.1.5.EVs carried in or on long range vehicles
1.1.6.Experimental LM EVs
1.2.LM vehicle needs and challenges
1.2.1.LM pure electric, internal combustion, manual compared
1.2.2.Tightening legal constraints
1.2.3.Delivery drones in cities may see disillusion 2018-2028
1.3.Main solutions compared
1.4.Market forecasts 2017-2028
1.5.Market for commercially transported goods
1.6.Share of US grocery market
1.7.Market for urban goods transport grows rapidly
1.8.Market for urban people transport changes and grows
1.9.Yamada Denki Update November 2017
1.10.E-cargo bikes to replace London diesel vans January 2018
1.11.World's first self driving store January 2018
1.12.Technical University of Munich (TUM) e-trike
2.INTRODUCTION
2.1.Overview
2.2.China
2.3.Convergence of technologies and new challenges overview
2.4.Unmanned autonomous vehicles: operational, technical, ethical challenges
2.5.Insurance challenges
2.6.Societal impact
3.CASE STUDIES
3.1.Case studies overview
3.1.1.Amazon beating Wal-Mart by solving Last Mile?
3.1.2.Amazon drone hive
3.1.3.Amazon drones
3.2.DHL Germany
3.2.1.Packstations
3.2.2.Electric StreetScooters
3.3.First Transit: first commercially operated driverless vehicle? UK, USA
3.4.PonyZero Italy
3.4.1.PonyZero technology
3.5.Terra Motors Japan
3.5.1.Terra Motors Japan (India and Bangladesh)
3.5.2.Terra Motors Japan (Vietnam)
3.5.3.Terra Motors Japan (Philippines)
3.5.4.Terra Motors Japan (Japan)
3.6.Tesco UK: one hour EV delivery
3.7.Ocado UK
3.8.Moby Mart, Japan
3.9.Grunner e-bike Croatia
3.10.Three 'cars' to a parking space: Archimoto
3.11.Other case studies 2017
3.12.BlueSG shuttle bus announcement 2018
3.13.Ericsson self-driving shuttles trial 2018
3.14.Nuro self driving delivery pod 2018
4.DELIVERING PEOPLE
4.1.Land vehicles general
4.2.Two wheel
4.2.1.Airbus 'Light Rider'
4.2.2.Victory Racing
4.2.3.Lito Sora
4.2.4.Electric Honda Cub enters production 2020
4.2.5.Mahindra
4.2.6.Hybrid Module Mobility
4.3.India
4.4.Taxis and cars 3 and 4 wheel
4.4.1.Many types of micro EV
4.5.Clean Motion Sweden
4.6.Electra Mechanica Italy
4.7.Toyota Postal Micro EV Japan
4.8.Autonomous Micro EV Canada
4.9.Mobility for the disabled
4.11.1.Autonomous shuttles in Switzerland
4.11.2.Gateway autonomous bus UK
4.11.3.IBM Olli bus/ delivery vehicle USA
4.11.4.Electric shuttle in Hamburg
4.11.5.Life for Silver Coast project Italy
4.11.6.Here come more small buses Postbus Switzerland: winner of UITP photo competition 2017 "Capturing public transport at its most innovative"
4.11.7.Autonomous bus and bus-taxi concepts
4.11.8.University of Michigan shuttle bus
4.11.9.Alstom
4.11.10.Mercedes and Bosch Taxis
4.11.11.Huge scope for media
4.11.12.Boat that climbs mountains: Vanquisher
4.11.13.Air taxi and personal aircraft
4.12.UBS forecast for 'robotaxis'
5.DELIVERING PRODUCTS
5.1.Overview
5.2.Tesla of pick up trucks: Havelaar Canada
5.3.Delivery robots on land
5.3.1.Starship, Marathon Robotics, Just Eat, Domino
5.3.2.Domino's and Ford
5.3.3.Teleretail Switzerland
5.3.4.Marble
5.3.5.Deliver-E
5.3.6.Lidl's autonomous trucks
5.3.7.Royal Mail all electric vans
5.3.8.Follow Me Mail Bot
5.3.9.GMW and BigBasket Deliveries
5.3.10.UPS Electric Trike, Pittsburgh
5.3.11.UPS Low Impact City Logistics Project
5.4.Drones
5.4.1.Delivery drone concepts
5.4.2.Delivery drone concepts
5.4.3.Morphing drones UK
5.4.4.Cargo dropping drone: Zipline Rwanda
5.4.5.Disposable cargo drone USA
5.4.6.DelivAir by Cambridge Consultants
6.TECHNOLOGY
6.1.Technology introduction
6.2.Battery and supercapacitor energy density 2016-2028
6.3.Rapid Li-ion scale-up with rapid change of product spells trouble
6.3.1.So called "safe LFP" Li-ion battery burning in taxi in China
6.3.2.Hoverboard lithium-ion related battery fires 2015 - 2017
6.4.Structural electronics tears up the rule book
6.5.Fuel cell vehicles have problems
6.6.Power electronics becoming more important than batteries
6.7.Peak in overall car sales then peak in electric car sales k globally - goodbye to many things...
6.8.Energy independent LM EVs
6.8.1.People mover and mobility vehicle China, USA
6.8.2.CargoTrike solar UK
6.8.3.Microbus China
6.8.4.Solar Ship helium inflatable Canada
6.9.Energy positive last mile vehicles
6.9.1.Stella Lux car/ van Netherlands
6.9.2.CHJ Micro EV
6.9.3.IFEVS van Italy