Market Research Report
Transport and Logistics Innovations Overview - Commercial Vehicle Automation and Electrification, Robotic and Drone-Based Deliveries, AI, Smart Logistics Platforms, and Blockchain for Logistics: Global Market Analysis and Forecasts
|Published by||Navigant Research||Product code||910673|
|Published||Content info||65 Pages; 44 Tables, Charts & Figures
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|Transport and Logistics Innovations Overview - Commercial Vehicle Automation and Electrification, Robotic and Drone-Based Deliveries, AI, Smart Logistics Platforms, and Blockchain for Logistics: Global Market Analysis and Forecasts|
|Published: September 10, 2019||Content info: 65 Pages; 44 Tables, Charts & Figures||
Delivering commercial goods to customers in urban areas has become expensive, polluting, and logistically difficult. As a result, a diverse set of suppliers in the transport and logistics ecosystem is developing and deploying innovative technologies to make shipping more flexible, efficient, and sustainable as it grows, and as online shopping rates increase. Although trucks are effective vehicles for delivering goods between cities, last-mile logistics (LML) remain a significant challenge-most trucks are large, relatively fuel inefficient, prone to idling, and block available driving lanes.
Advanced logistics technologies have the potential to revolutionize the way goods are transported. Some traditional business models are already being disrupted (e.g., freight brokerage) and others are likely to be completely upended (e.g., LML) over the next few decades. According to Navigant Research, annual sales of advanced logistics vehicles (excluding L1-L2 automated trucks) are expected to grow from about 28,500 vehicles in 2019 to roughly 500,000 by 2030, at a compound annual growth rate of 29.7%.
This Navigant Research report provides an analysis of the ongoing transformation occurring in the transport and logistics industry, with a focus on automated commercial vehicles, electric trucks, robotic and drone-based deliveries, smart logistics platforms, artificial intelligence (AI) and data analytics, and blockchain. The study also examines the dynamic supplier ecosystem. Global market forecasts of advanced logistics technologies, segmented by region and technology type, are included for 2019-2030.