Exploring the Future of Mobility: Autonomous, Connected, Electric, and Shared (ACES) Mobility Automotive Engineering Service Provider Compendium 2021
Service Provider Compendium

30 Sep 2021
by Akshat Vaid, Mayank Maria, Shivank Narula, Swarnim Banerjee

Evolving customer demands and experience centricity are driving disruptive changes across the automotive engineering landscape. As expectations around mobility change, so do some of the market dynamics, with newer trends such as a shift in propulsion technologies to hybrid and electric, autonomous driving and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), predictive maintenance and other new services, and an overall technology-centric landscape.

These developments have fueled the need to establish a compelling ecosystem of partners, and engineering service providers are actively enhancing their capabilities and offerings to help enterprises tackle the challenges in their automotive engineering journeys, stay relevant, and create experience-centric offerings for end-consumers.

This report examines the dynamics of the automotive engineering service provider market and presents detailed profiles of 23 leading engineering service providers featured on Everest Group’s Autonomous, Connected, Electric and Shared (ACES) Mobility Automotive Engineering Services PEAK Matrix®. Each profile provides a comprehensive picture of the service provider’s focus on ACES engineering services, key Intellectual Property (IP) / solutions, buyer case studies, partnerships, and domain investments. The report also includes our insights on enterprise sourcing considerations for each service provider.

Scope:

  • Industry: automotive
  • Geographic scope: global

Contents

This report features 23 automotive engineering service provider profiles, each of which includes:

  • Key strengths and limitations of each of the 23 ACES automotive engineering services providers featured on our PEAK Matrix assessment
  • An overview of the providers’ ACES engineering services business and offerings – vision and strategy, ACES engineering services revenue and YoY growth, and adoption across geographies, value chain elements, and buyer sizes
  • Case studies, IP/solutions, partnerships, and domain investments

Membership(s)

Engineering Services

Sourcing and Vendor Management

 

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