Chassis, Safety & Autonomous
Increasing need of safety and the ever growing pursuit of improving drivability are key trends that drive the Chassis & Safety domain within the industry. With the advent of autonomous driving, core chassis functionalities are fast overlapping with the various safety technologies, resulting in strong consolidation in the market while also opening avenues for new market entrants.
At this time when OEMs and suppliers are in need of rethinking their philosophies and approaches to technology development, opportunities arise for the various market players that will need reliance on robust market intelligence and a fine understanding on the industry mega trends that could redefine the market.
23 Jun 2020  |  Europe
Regulation to Play an Important Role in the Adoption of Technology and Subsequent Market Penetration
According to accident research conducted by the German Insurance Association up to 17% of collisions involving pedestrians and vehicles, leading to personal injury, occur at the rear side of the car. 70% of the accident victims were elderly or children below the age of 12 and an estimated 1,400 people are seriously injured in such incidences across...
15 Jun 2020  |  North America
Next-generation Perception Sensors for Autonomous Driving in North America and Europe, Forecast to 2030
Next-generation Perception Sensors will be Introduced with Driver-out-loop Features, and Uptake of These Sensors will Increase with the Launch of Level-4 Vehicles
Increase in adoption of advanced driver assistance systems and evolution in autonomy has intensified the need to sense and perceive vehicle surroundings entirely and accurately. With the rise in the level of autonomy, the number of perception sensors will increase to provide complete 360o perception of vehicle surroundings and an additional layer o...
14 Jan 2019  |  Europe
Increasing Demand for Luxury Vehicles and Stringent Safety and Emission Norms to Drive Growth for Advanced Suspension Systems
Advanced suspension systems were touted to be the next big thing in the automotive industry when they were launched a couple of decades ago. However, owing to the high cost of these systems, their market penetration has remained confined to premium vehicles. Many original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) have been offering passive suspension systems ...
19 Apr 2018  |  Europe
OEMs to Play a Key Role in Selection of Supplier for LED Drivers
Automakers across the globe are increasingly showing more interest towards light emitting diodes (LEDs) as they offer better luminescence, have a superior service life, consume lower amounts of energy, and have greater design flexibility for creating different shapes and sizes. This research service explores the current LED driver sourcing strategy...$1,500.00
09 Nov 2017  |  North America
Despite Offering Superior Comfort, Ride, and Handling, the Demand for Advanced Suspension Will Remain Muted
Advanced suspension systems were touted to be the next big thing in the automotive industry when they were launched a couple of decades back. However, owing to the high cost of these systems, the penetration of these systems has remained confined to the premium vehicles. Many OEMs have been offering passive suspension systems that offer the benefit...
12 Jul 2017  |  Asia Pacific
Every Third FWD Vehicle Manufactured in China is to be Made by the Volkswagen Group
As the Chinese government seeks to improve the air quality and make China the global hub for cutting-edge electric vehicle technologies, the government is promoting new energy vehicles (battery and plug-in hybrid vehicles) through regulations and subsidies. In order to avoid penalties and take advantage of the incentives, a growing number of origin...
24 Apr 2017  |  North America
Cockpit Digitization Will Have a Positive Impact on Take Rates for eMirrors in Future
Piloted driving is rapidly being offered by most OEMs for a particular stretch. All major OEMs have a definite plan to launch an automated vehicle by at least 2025, while trying to differentiate themselves by how the automation is delivered to the customer. Automakers face the inevitable shift from today's brand loyalty into more functional and l...
21 Nov 2016  |  North America
At an Estimated Spending of €60 to €80 per Gram per KM of CO2 Reduction, 48v offers the Best Possible Means for Adhering to 2020 and 2025 Norms
OEMs are looking for various means to reduce the CO2 emissions required for 2020 and 2025. The 12v power-net can no longer sustain the electrical load that present day top-end vehicles use. Any new addition to the electrical load will require an increase of the power-net capacity. Therefore, OEMs are considering migrating to a 48v power-net, thereb...
21 Nov 2016  |  Global
Software Margins in ADAS Applications to Grow Above 20% by 2020
This research service discusses LIDAR as a part of the ADAS sensor suite in the future generation of automated passenger vehicles. With OEMs accepting LIDAR as an integral part of the solution for partial to fully automated vehicles, this study details the type of LIDAR that would be best suited for enabling active safety and automated driving. Thi...
25 Oct 2016  |  North America
Every Third eAWD Vehicle Manufactured in North America to be Made by Tesla
A growing number of original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) are starting to look at driveline electrification as a solution to meet the increasing pressure from governmental authorities to meet the stringent emission and fuel efficiency targets. Moreover, there is an increasing demand from consumers for technologies that offer superior performance,...