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.
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31 Jan 2014  |  Europe
With ESC Getting Commoditised, Future Potential Lies in Architectural and Functional Innovations
Electronic braking technology is on verge of eliminating vacuum boosters in an effort to improve the overall vehicle efficiency and braking performance. The current trend of electronically modulating mechanical system, vacuumless braking will be the next step towards bridging the gap between braking technology used on non EVs and fully electric veh...
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23 Apr 2013  |  Asia Pacific
Affordable Systems Targeted at Small and Mini Segments are Driving the Market
This research service presents an analysis of the advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) market in Japan. The market is in the growth phase of development and is expected to see considerable market expansion in future. This research service includes secondary and primary research data from original equipment suppliers, regulation authorities, an...
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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 ...
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...
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10 Jan 2014  |  Europe
Legal Compliance of Indirect Systems Increases Original Equipment Manufacturers' Preference
The aim of this study is to research, analyse, and forecast the tyre pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) market in Europe and gauge the impact of emerging technologies in direct, indirect, and hybrid TPMS. A consistent level of technology mix of both direct and indirect systems is expected from 2012 to 2020. The trend is predicted to shift towards i...
03 Jan 2014  |  North America
OEM Preference for Direct TPMS Will Cap Indirect TPMS at 2% Penetration by 2020
The purpose of this study is to research, analyze, and forecast the North American market for tire pressure monitoring systems. The study covers the emerging technologies in direct, indirect, and hybrid tire pressure monitoring systems as well as the impact on growth and performance. In addition, the study covers market drivers and restraints. Dire...
17 Mar 2016  |  North America
Automated Vehicle Technologies Set for Take-Off, Early Wave Testers Include Ford Motor Company, Volvo AB and Big 3 German OEMs in Europe
Major automotive OEMs globally are now incorporating active safety and automated vehicle technologies in their future vehicle line-up to enhance safety and driver comfort. To gauge the suitability of each technology, continuous testing and validation is a must. Based on the supportive legislation, several regions across the globe have been identifi...
24 Aug 2016  |  Europe
Stringent Regulations and Strong Consumer Demand Result in Ten-fold Growth for eAWD
While original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) are facing increasing pressure from governmental authorities to meet the stringent emission and fuel efficiency targets, there is a growing demand from consumers for technologies that offer superior performance, safety, and enhanced driving dynamics. As a result, more OEMs are looking at driveline elect...
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,...
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...