Strategic Analysis of Key Focus Areas for Steering Technology Development

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"Electric power steering (EPS) is going to be a standard fitment across all platforms in the near future. There are supplementary functions currently under development, which would exploit the benefits offered by EPS in order to provide added safety to the driver. The vast data collected by the installed sensors and cameras would aid in improving the assistance provided to the driver in various situations, such as lane departure and cross-winds compensation. At the same time, the operational limit of EPS is being stretched beyond 13 kN to incorporate heavy passenger vehicles, light commercial vehicles, and pickups. Simultaneously, technologies such as ultra-low-cost column EPS cater to the emerging markets in n

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings and Future OutlookExecutive Summary—Associated MultimediaResearch Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions This Study Will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyKey OEMs Group and Suppliers Compared in This StudySteering Systems—Definitions and SegmentationSteering System—Technology/System OverviewSteering System—Technology/System Scope and DefinitionSteering System—Technology/System Scope and Definition (continued)Loss-of-Assist Mitigation Loss-of-Assist Mitigation—SummaryKey Technology Factors Associated with Loss-of-Assist Mitigation Technology Alternatives and Key AttributesLoss-of-Assist Mitigation SolutionsApproaches and Alternatives to Mitigate Loss of Power Steering AssistLoss-of-Assist Mitigation Using Redundancy in Existing HardwareLoss-of-Assist Mitigation Using Hardware Add-onsLoss-of-Assist Mitigation Using Software and Control LogicAdvanced EPS FunctionsEPS Functions—SummaryKey Types of Advanced EPS Functions Launched by OEMsCase Study—Ford’s EPS FunctionsBest Practice Case Study—Ford’s Pull-drift Compensation FunctionBest Practice Case Study—Ford’s Active Park Assist FunctionsBest Practice Case Study—Ford’s Lane Keeping SystemCase Study—Ford’s Lane Keeping System Torque InterventionCase Study—Ford’s Lane-Keeping System Torque Intervention (continued) Ultra Low-cost Column EPSUltra Low-cost Column EPS Systems—SummaryKey Approaches Adopted by OEMs for Ultra Low-cost Column EPSLow-cost Leadership versus Strength of AllianceUltra Low-cost CEPS AdoptionPerformance Attributes for Ultra Low-cost CEPSHeavy-duty EPSHeavy-duty EPS—SummaryKey Adoption Drivers Associated with Heavy-duty EPSTechnology Alternatives and Key AttributesEPS Sizing Based on Friction LoadSteer-by-WireSteer-by-wire—SummaryKey Adoption Drivers Associated with Steer-by-wireTechnology Alternatives and Key AttributesInfiniti Q50 Steering ArrangementConclusions and Future Outlook—Total MarketKey Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixAbbreviations and Acronyms UsedRelevant ResearchMarket Engineering Methodology

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