Future of Automotive Sensor Fusion for Active Safety

Software Margins in ADAS Applications to Grow above 20% by 2020

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The complexities of next generation semi and highly automated driving, clubbed with the increasing number of complimentary qualities among vision sensors, makes it challenging for ADAS system developers to decide on the most compatible sensor suite. Sensor fusion as a technique allows developers to choose the right sensor combination, where ADAS implementation is executed by using data from various sensors rather than just one sensor. This report looks at the current and future sensor fusion approaches and the market shares of each sensor and indicates the best approaches for OEMs and suppliers looking to use this technology to propel their growth in the fast evolving ADAS and automated driving market.

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Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Key FindingsADAS Market Sizing Europe and North AmericaKey RegulationsComparative Analysis of Camera, LIDAR, and RADARComparative Analysis of Various Automotive SensorsTypical Sensor Fusion Suite for Future ADAS ApplicationResearch Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions This Study Will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyKey OEM/Player Groups Compared in this StudyDefinitions and SegmentationProduct or System DefinitionsMarket OverviewErrors in Sensing SystemsEmerging Use Cases For On-board Perception SystemsSensor Suite Based on ADAS ApplicationSensor Suite Based on ADAS Application (continued)Data Fusion on a Typical Sensor Suite for ADAS ApplicationSensor Fusion StrategiesACC Market—Component Break-up and Value Chain AssessmentACC OEM—Supplier RelationshipLDW Component Break-Up and Value Chain AssessmentLDW OEM-Supplier RelationshipFCW Component Break-up and Value Chain AssessmentFCW OEM-Supplier RelationshipNV Component Break-up and Value Chain AssessmentNV OEM-Supplier RelationshipBSD Component Break-Up and Value Chain AssessmentBSD OEM-Supplier RelationshipPA Component Break-up and Value Chain AssessmentPA OEM-Supplier RelationshipDrivers and RestraintsMarket Drivers and RestraintsExpansion of Market DriversMarket Drivers and RestraintsExpansion of Market RestraintsMarket Size and ForecastMethodology for Forecasting RADAR Sensor UptakeRADAR Sensor ForecastMethodology for Forecasting Camera Sensor UptakeMono + Stereo Camera Sensor Forecast (Frontal View)Methodology for Forecasting Ultrasonic Sensor UptakeUltrasonic Sensor ForecastMethodology for Forecasting Infrared Sensor UptakeInfrared Sensor ForecastValue-Chain AnalysisValue-Chain AnalysisPrices Across Value ChainConclusions and Future OutlookKey ConclusionKey Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixAbbreviations and Acronyms UsedAbbreviations and Acronyms Used (continued)Market Engineering Methodology

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Release Date : 11-Jun-18

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