International and China Autonomous Mining Driving Market Report 2021 That includes Chinese language Expertise Corporations, Chinese language OEMs, & International Enterprises Corresponding to Komatsu, Caterpillar, ASI, BELAZ

DUBLIN, April 29, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Global and China Mining-Autonomous Driving Industry Report, 2020-2021 has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s listing.

Demand and policies are accelerating the landing of autonomous driving in mining

Traditional mines have problems with recruitment, efficiency, costs and potential safety risks that can be well resolved by autonomous driving. At the same time, mining areas offer a closed environment, fixed lines, low speed and point-to-point, which is one of the best scenarios for autonomous driving.

Intelligent mining emerged abroad as early as the 1990s. Australia is currently the most mature in this regard. From February 2020Almost 80% of the world’s 500 or so autonomous trucks were in Australia. China has successively introduced measures to promote the development of smart mining, in particular the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) and other 7 ministries and commissions that have issued guidelines to accelerate the development of smart coal mines in 2020, clearly calling for open pit mining -Coal mines are required should realize unmanned transport by 2025.

Based on the relevant guidelines, autonomous driving will accelerate implementation in mining.

Science and technology companies lead the development of China Autonomous driving in mining

As the most important part of intelligent mining, low-speed autonomous driving has now entered the phase of commercial operation worldwide.

As early as 1994, Caterpillar tested autonomous mining vehicles in mines in The United States, and JapanKomatsu, based in 2005, also began testing an autonomous transportation system.

From April 2020Komatsu had used a total of 221 AHS equipped vehicles in Australia, North America, and South Americaand had fulfilled the automated transport of more than 3.5 billion tons of material in 12 years.

Caterpillar has 276 autonomous trucks in service around the world and has transported 2 billion tons of material using the MineStar system.

Although domestic mining began developing autonomous driving relatively late with few players, more than 100 autonomous mining vehicles have been put into operation, according to the information disclosed.

in the ChinaLocal businesses mostly dominate autonomous driving in mining, including startups and some OEMs. Among them, startups represented by WAYTOUS, Tage IDriver Technology and EQ are more influential. On the one hand, they work with OEMs to represent the OEM market, reduce modification costs and gain economies of scale in future mass production. On the other hand, they can quickly implement and iterate software and hardware by partnering with mining companies in delivering the AM market.

Capital favors low-speed autonomous driving market for mining

At the moment, the capital market is also very optimistic about autonomous driving at low speeds in mining. Most companies have completed several rounds of funding. Among these, Tage IDriver Technology has completed the B + round with a relatively large total funding amount, while CiDi (Changsha Intelligent Driving Institute) Ltd. has reached more than the highest value 400 million RMB.

Due to the demand, guidelines and capital of users, the development of autonomous driving in the mining industry is accelerating, and it will create a market worth hundreds of billions of yuan in the next few years.

Main topics covered:

1 Low Speed ​​Autonomous Driving Market for Mining
1.1 Smart mining
1.1.1 Overview
1.1.2 Overall architecture of networked autonomous driving
1.1.3 Cloud Platform Framework
1.1.4 Relationship between typical applications and mining scenarios
1.1.5 Overview of developments at home and abroad
1.2 Autonomous driving at low speed in mining
1.2.1 Overview
1.2.2 Key technology
1.2.3 Necessity
1.2.4 Industrial chain
1.2.5 Solution
1.3 Operating model of autonomous driving at low speed in mining
1.4 Competitive Landscape of Autonomous Driving at Low Speed ​​in Mining
1.4.1 Status quo of large foreign companies
1.4.2 Competitive landscape in China
1.4.3 Autonomous driving solutions and technical teams from Chinese companies
1.4.4 Main partner of Chinese companies
1.4.5 Financing of Chinese companies
1.4.6 Commercialization cases of Chinese companies
1.5 Benchmark for autonomous low-speed driving in mining
1.5.1 Market scale for possible changes
1.5.2 Potential Operational Market Scale
1.6 Commercialization difficulties with autonomous driving at low speed in mining
1.7 Development trends of autonomous driving at low speed in mining

2 Global companies that operate low-speed autonomous driving in the mining industry
2.1 Komatsu
2.1.1 Profile
2.1.2 History of the development of autonomous mine cars
2.1.3 Autonomous Minecart System – FrontRunner
2.1.4 Development path of autonomous mine wagons
2.1.5 Commercial operation of autonomous mine cars
2.1.6 Development plan
2.2 caterpillar
2.2.1 Profile
2.2.2 Operation
2.2.3 Autonomous Minecart System: CAT MineStarT System
2.2.4 CAT MineStarT state
2.2.5 CAT MineStarT command
2.2.6 Hardware configuration of the autonomous mine car
2.2.7 Configuration of autonomous carrying scrapers
2.2.8 Autonomous Minecart Use Cases
2.2.9 Autonomous mine car operation
2.3 ASI
2.3.1 Profile
2.3.2 Main data
2.3.3 Platform model
2.3.4 Structure of an autonomous driving system
2.3.5 Modular functions of the autonomous driving control software Mobius
2.3.6 Automatic transport AI of the autonomous driving control software Mobius
2.3.7 Autonomous mine car operating cases
2.4 BELAZ
2.4.1 Profile
2.4.2 Intelligent mining system

3 Chinese tech companies that operate low-speed autonomous driving in mining
3.1 WAYTOUS
3.1.1 Profile
3.1.2 History of development
3.1.3 Unmanned mining solution
3.1.4 Yugong Parallel Mine Solution
3.1.5 Six subsystems of the Yugong Parallel Mine Solution
3.1.6 Parallel driving 3.1 Solution
3.1.7 Design solution for smart connectivity locations
3.1.8 Remote control system
3.1.9 Main Partner
3.1.10 collaboration
3.1.11 Commercialization cases of autonomous driving in mining
3.2 days of IDriver technology
3.2.1 Profile
3.2.2 History of development
3.2.3 Business model
3.2.4 “KuangguT” autonomous transport system in the new mining area
3.2.5 “KuangguT” subsystem
3.2.6 Overview of “KuangguT” in a variety of scenarios
3.2.7 Active safety collision protection system of a mining truck
3.2.8 Technology for changing mining vehicles: “Driving Robot” and “CAN Control-by-Wire”
3.2.9 “5G + Autonomous Mine Truck Joint Laboratory”
3.2.10 Commercialization of autonomous driving in mining
3.3 EQ
3.3.1 Profile
3.3.2 Design goal of autonomous driving in mining
3.3.3 Autonomous driving system in mining
3.3.4 Management platform for autonomous driving clusters in opencast mines
3.3.5 Autonomous mining vehicle technology
3.3.6 Progress in the marketing of autonomous journeys
3.3.7 Partners
3.4 Intelligent Boonray technology
3.4.1 Profile
3.4.2 History of development
3.4.3 Intelligent iDrive system
3.4.4 “Boonray Cloud”
3.4.5 Smart Mine Solution
3.4.6 5G mine solution
3.4.7 Commercialization cases of autonomous driving in mining
3.5 CiDi (Changsha Intelligent Driving Institute) Ltd.
3.5.1 Profile
3.5.2 Core team
3.5.3 History of development
3.5.4 ADAS solution
3.5.5 Autonomous driving solution for mining
3.5.6 Function modules and hardware architecture of autonomous mine cars
3.5.7 Commercialization of autonomous driving in mining
3.5.8 Joining the Rare Earth New Alliance Vehicle Industry Alliance in Inner Mongolia
3.6 Builder
3.6.1 Profile
3.6.2 Hardware package
3.6.3 Remote control system
3.6.4 Intelligent system
3.6.5 Application scenarios for products
3.6.6 a.m. Products
3.6.7 Commercialization of autonomous driving in mining
3.7 MaxSense technology
3.7.1 Profile
3.7.2 System architecture for autonomous driving solutions
3.7.3 Solution for autonomous driving in mining
3.7.4 Autonomous driving system
3.7.5 Main application scenarios
3.7.6 Cooperation with Breton and Chengda New Energy in unmanned mining
3.7.7 Commercialization of autonomous driving in mining
3.8 Yuexin Intelligent
3.8.1 Profile
3.8.2 History of development
3.8.3 5G Smart Mining Solution
3.8.4 Operating process of the intelligent unmanned mine planning system
3.8.5 Autonomous electric road-rail mine car
3.8.6 Cooperation with CATL, Huawei and China Mobile in the smart mining layout
3.8.7 Main Products of Yuexin Times (Subsidiary)
3.8.8 Commercialization of autonomous driving in mining
3.9 Westwell
3.9.1 Profile
3.9.2 Smart Mine Solution
3.9.3 Autonomous electric heavy truck Q-Truck
3.9.4 Commercialization of autonomous driving in mining

4 Chinese OEMs operating low-speed autonomous driving in mining
4.1 SANY Smart Mine Technology
4.1.1 Profile
4.1.2 Open pit smart mining system
4.1.3 Overall architecture of the Smart Mining MOS system
4.1.4 Shipping management platform
4.1.5 Automated mining system
4.1.6 AI Smart Bagger
4.1.7 Cooperation with Unicom in 5G Smart Mining
4.1.8 Autonomous driving Widebody successfully settled in the mining area
4.2 Inner Mongolia North Hauler Joint Stock Co., Ltd.
4.2.1 Profile
4.2.2 Cooperation with the Tage IDriver technology in autonomous mining vehicles
4.3 XCMG
4.3.1 Profile
4.3.2 Autonomous Minecart Technology
4.3.3 Autonomous mine car scenario: Autonomous loading and unloading
4.3.4 Autonomous Mine Car Scenario: Pursuit
4.3.5 Autonomous Minecart Scenario: Multi-Sensor Fusion Perception
4.4 Breton
4.4.1 Profile
4.4.2 Autonomous mine car
4.5 Dongfeng Trucks
4.5.1 Profile
4.5.2 Autonomous mine car
4.6 Aerospace heavy industry
4.6.1 Profile
4.6.2 Autonomous mine car

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