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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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...
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22 Jan 2016  |  North America
Improved Ride and Handling Expectations Spur Adoption, Opportunities Proliferate as High Performance and Luxury Vehicles become First Wave of Adopters
Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) target ride and handling performance improvement through the introduction of advanced suspension innovations in vehicles. Such innovations are likely to get integrated at an incremental cost. High performance/luxury vehicles are expected to be the first adopters. By 2022, integration of vehicle ride height co...
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30 Sep 2015  |  Europe
Behavior-Based Systems to Remain Strong Until 2021 Despite Advanced Functionality of Inward-Facing Camera-Based Systems
Driver Monitoring Systems (DMS) analyze driver behavior, detect behavior patterns for micro-sleep, and issue appropriate warnings to alert and refocus the drivers attention back to the road, thus working to reduce drowsiness-related crashes. DMS functions are achieved using data processed from the steering angle sensor, the sensors on the steering...
24 Nov 2014  |  Europe
Powered by Tenfold Growth, LEDs Will Hold about 70% of the Revenue Potential
Vehicle manufacturers are looking at lighting solutions to create an identity for their brands. The LED lighting technology brings more flexibility to design front and rear lighting systems. Demand for these systems is increasing because of the LED solution and the growing awareness among consumers regarding the importance of adaptive lighting solu...
14 Nov 2014  |  North America
Consolidated Supplier Base to Compete for Untapped Revenue Potential of $1 Billion
Despite a slow start, electric power steering (EPS) has been successful in North America. Now, OEMs are interested in shifting from electro-hydraulic power steering (EHPS) and hydraulic power steering (HPS) systems to EPS systems, especially to meet consumer demand for enhanced fuel economy, improved safety, and comfort. This study is based on seco...
30 Oct 2014  |  Europe
Revised Front-axle Load Limits Redefine OEM Strategies towards Various Types of Steering Systems
Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) across Europe are working towards providing improved safety and comfort to consumers through various technologies. Electric power steering (EPS) has been a success since its introduction in developed markets and is gaining preference in emerging markets. European consumers in higher segments are increasingly ...
13 Aug 2014  |  Asia Pacific
Strong Potential with Market Revenue Expected to Grow Fivefold by 2020
Despite being the largest automotive market in the world, the ADAS market is in its nascent stage in China with most major ADAS technologies attracting less than 10% penetration rates in the market. However, the future looks positive with clear market potential with the regional ADAS market expected to grow six fold in revenue by 2020. Vehicle safe...
09 Jul 2014  |  Europe
Ride and Handling Improvement is the Key Reason for Driveline System Development
With increased fuel prices and dynamic consumer needs, the market for all-wheel drive (AWD) systems for passenger vehicles is challenged on various fronts. To counteract market challenges, regional original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) adopt various strategies regarding their driveline portfolios for specific vehicle segments. This research servi...
04 Apr 2014  |  Europe
Collision Prevention Functions Hold Maximum Potential of Sixfold Revenue Growth Until 2019
Vehicle safety and driver comfort attract tremendous interest within the automotive industry, with legislations to touch every aspect of safety from avoiding collisions to pedestrian security. Given that autonomous driving is a real possibility, ADAS is expected to take centre-stage for chassis and safety systems in an automobile. This will channel...
05 Mar 2014  |  North America
Collision-prevention Functions Hold Potential of Fourfold Revenue Growth by 2020
The automotive industry is currently focusing on sensor and vision-based solutions capable of minimising errors caused through driver input in speed zones. Current technologies are confined to premium segments, mainly due to cost effectiveness and public acceptance. But with the onset of legislative measures mandating some of the ADAS applications,...