Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) Strategies for Driver Monitoring Systems in 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 driver’s 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 wheel, and a mono camera with lane assist. However, the industry is expected to move from using traditional sensors to camera-based systems. Several OEMs have realized the potential of systems which not only support additional DMS functionalities, but also act as a human machine interface and enhance the driver experience.
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Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Driver Monitoring Systems—Implications
Comparative Analysis—Key OEMs’ Strategies with Vision-based DMS
Market Competitors—Key Success Factors
Summary of Technological Trends
Executive Summary—Associated Multimedia
2. Research Scope
Scope
Key Participant Groups Compared in This Study
3. Key Definitions and Market Overview
System Classification and Definition
Legislative Overview for Driver Monitoring Systems
Levels of On-Road Vehicle Automation
Evolution of DMS from Safety to Human Machine Interface (HMI)
Comparative Analysis of DMS Functions and Technology Preferences
DMS—Key Functions Matrix
DMS—Additional Functions Possible
4. Drivers and Restraints
DMS Market Drivers and Restraints
Market Drivers
Market Restraints
5. Forecast and Trends
Unit Shipment Forecast by Technology—Leading OEMs
Unit Shipment Forecast by Functions—Leading OEMS
Driver Monitoring Systems—OEM Preference of Technology
Driver Monitoring Systems—OEM Preference of Functionality
Feasibility Analysis of Selected Technologies
6. Architectural Overview of Major OEMs with ADAS Strategies
Architectural Preferences for DMS—Leading OEMs
Case Study 1: Audi—Rest Recommendation
Case Study 1: Audi—DMS Overview
Case Study 2:BMW—Attentiveness Assistant
Case Study 2: BMW—Schematic Depiction
Case Study 2: BMW—System Overview
Case Study 3: Ford—Driver Alert
Case Study 3: Ford—System Overview
Case Study 4: Mercedes-Benz—Attention Assist
Case Study 4: Mercedes-Benz—Attention Assist Schematic Depiction
Case Study 4: Mercedes-Benz—Attention Assist System Overview
Case Study 5: Volkswagen—Driver Fatigue Detection
Case Study 5: Volkswagen—System Overview
7. DMS Strategies of Other OEMs—Outline
DMS Strategies of Other OEMs
8. Major Suppliers—DMS Roadmap and Key OEM Partnerships
Bosch—Focus on Driver Monitoring System
Bosch’s Schematic for Integrating DMS with ADAS and Automated Driving
Bosch—DMS Roadmap
Continental—Driver Monitoring System
Continental—DMS Roadmap
Case Study—Denso Driver Monitoring System
Other Tier-I Suppliers Considering DMS
9. Conclusion and Key Findings
Key Conclusions and Future Outlook
The Last Word—3 Big Predictions
Legal Disclaimer
10. Appendix
Market Engineering Methodology


List of Figures & Charts

1. DMS Market: System Implications, Europe, 2014–2021
2. DMS Market: Comparative Analysis of Key OEM Strategies with Vision-Based Systems, Europe, 2014–2021
3. Summary of Technological Trends
4. DMS Market: Key Questions This Study Will Answer, Europe, 2014
5. Key Participant Groups Compared in This Study
6. DMS Market: Key Functions Matrix, Europe, 2014–2021
7. DMS Market: Possible Addition of Functions, Europe, 2014–2021
8. DMS Market: Key Market Drivers, Europe, 2015–2021
9. DMS Market: Key Market Restraints, Europe, 2015–2021
10. DMS Market: Existing and Expected Model Introduction, Europe, 2014–2021
11. DMS Market: Existing and Expected Model Introduction, Europe, 2014–2021
12. DMS Market: System Overview, Europe, 2014–2021
13. DMS Market: Bosch DMS, Europe, 2014–2021
14. DMS Market: Other Tier-I suppliers, Europe, 2014–2021


1. DMS Sensor Market: Technology vs. Functions, Europe, 2014
2. DMS Market: System Classification, Europe, 2014
3. Legislative Overview for Driver Monitoring Systems
4. Automated Vehicle Market: SAE1 Definitions of Levels of Automations, Europe and North America, 2014
5. DMS Market: Progression of DMS, Europe, 2014–2021
6. DMS Market: Technology Preferences of Leading OEMs, Europe, 2014–2021
7. DMS Market: Key Market Drivers and Restraints, Europe, 2015–2021
8. DMS Market: Percent Unit Shipment Forecast by Leading OEMs, Europe, 2014–2021
9. DMS Market: Breakdown by Functions—Leading OEMs, Europe, 2014 to 2021
10. Feasibility Analysis of Selected Technologies
11. DMS Market: Futuristic Approach of Leading OEMs, Europe, 2014–2021
12. DMS Market: System Employed in Audi Cars Explained, Europe, 2014–2021
13. DMS Market: Audi’s System Overview, Europe, 2014–2021
14. DMS Market: System employed in BMW cars explained, Europe, 2014–2021
15. Case Study 2: BMW—Schematic Depiction
16. DMS Market: BMW System Overview, Europe, 2014–2021
17. DMS Market: System Employed in FORD Cars Explained, Europe, 2014–2021
18. DMS Market: Ford System Overview, Europe, 2014–2021
19. DMS Market: System employed in Mercedes-Benz cars explained, Europe, 2014–2021
20. DMS Market: System in Mercedes-Benz Cars Explained, Europe, 2014–2021
21. DMS Market: Mercedes-Benz System Overview, Europe, 2014–2021
22. DMS Market: System Employed in Volkswagen Cars Explained, Europe, 2014–2021
23. DMS Market: Volkswagen System Overview, Europe, 2014–2021
24. DMS Market: Bosch System Architecture, Europe, 2014–2021
25. DMS Market: Bosch DMS Roadmap, Europe, 2014–2021
26. DMS Market: Continental DMS Concept, Europe, 2014–2021
27. DMS Market: Continental DMS Roadmap, Europe, 2014–2021
28. DMS Market: Denso DMS Concept, Europe, 2014–2021



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