Key Focus Areas for Driving Interface Systems for Passenger Cars

Leveraging Electronic Innovation to Enhance Vehicle Dynamics in Manual and Automated Modes

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New developments in terms of the increasing consumer need for better ride and handling have shifted the focus from chassis development to safety, data recognition, and real-time information by utilising maps from GPS navigation systems, image recognition based on cameras, LIDAR and radar, and data points acquired via V2V and V2I communications. In addition, there is growing interest in autonomous driving systems. Through integrated control involving the cooperative inter-operation of these technologies with chassis control systems, numerous OEMs and tier 1 companies are developing systems that further enhance road safety, performance, and driving comfort, as required by present-day consumers.

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Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Key FindingsDriving Interface Technology Adoption DriversKey Findings and Future Outlook Executive Summary—Associated MultimediaResearch Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions this Study will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyKey OEM/Participant Groups Compared in this StudyDefinitions and SegmentationProduct/System SegmentationETS System DefinitionsMarket OverviewKey Facts about the Driving Interface Systems MarketDriving Interface Technology Adoption DriversETS Adoption DriversRoad Surface Condition Sensing Adoption DriversPedals Adoption DriversAnalysis of the ETS SystemETS—SummaryETS—TechnologyETS—Key Performance GoalsETS—Technology TrendsTechnology Alternatives and Key AttributesTechnology Alternatives and OEM PreferenceCase Study: JaguarDrive SelectorCase Study: Automated Manual Transmission (AMT) by ProdriveCase Study: AMT by Prodrive (continued)Purchase Criteria—Importance versus SatisfactionAnalysis of PedalsPedals—SummaryPedals—Key Considerations Pedal Sensors—Technology Alternatives and Key AttributesTechnology Alternatives for Pedal Sensors—Inductive SensorsTechnology Alternatives for Pedal Sensors—Magnetic SensorsComparative Analysis of Different Pedal Position Sensor TechnologiesKey Pedal TechnologiesApplications of Haptic FeedbackCase Study—Nissan Haptic Gas PedalHuman Factors in Fully Automated VehiclesTechnology Architectural Alternatives and Key AttributesPurchase Criteria by Driveline and TransmissionAnalysis of Road Surface Condition SensingRoad Surface Condition Sensing—SummaryRoad Surface Condition Sensing Technology—Key Performance GoalsTechnology Alternatives and Key AttributesComparative Analysis of Sensor and Camera-based Surface Condition SensingComparative Analysis of Connectivity-based Surface Condition SensingImportant Aspects to Improve the Driving ExperienceConclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixRelevant ResearchMarket Engineering Methodology

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