Strategic Analysis of North American In-Vehicle Network Technologies and Protocols

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This study details the CAN (controller area network), LIN (local interconnect network), MOST (media oriented systems transport), and FlexRay in-vehicle network technologies and protocols, and briefly discusses several others -- J1850, Byteflight, J1939, time-triggered protocol, time-triggered CAN, IDB 1394, universal serial bus, and D2B SMARTwireX. For the four main protocols, the technology and its automotive applications are discussed, and installation rates in light vehicles sold in North America are forecast through 2012.

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Strategic Analysis of North American In-Vehicle Network Technologies and Protocols, Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive SummaryStrategic Analysis of North American In-Vehicle Network Technologies and Protocols, North American In-Vehicle Network Technologies and ProtocolsMarket OverviewIntroductionDefinition and ScopeLifecycle AnalysisVehicle Segmentation and Sales ForecastDrivers and RestraintsMarket DriversMarket RestraintsRoadmap and Installation Rate ForecastsRoadmap for In-Vehicle Network Technologies and ProtocolsInstallation Rates of In-Vehicle Network Technologies and ProtocolsStrategic AnalysisStrategic AnalysisStrategic Recommendations -- AutomakersStrategic Recommendations -- SuppliersMarket and Technology TrendsMarket TrendsTechnology TrendsFrost & Sullivan AwardsFrost & Sullivan Award for Technology LeadershipFrost & Sullivan Award for Product Innovation LeadershipFrost & Sullivan Award for Customer Value LeadershipStrategic Analysis of North American In-Vehicle Network Technologies and Protocols, Controller Area Network Technology and ProtocolIntroductionIntroductionTechnology AnalysisTechnology OverviewOperating Principle and Data TransmissionAutomotive Application Potential and Installation Rate ForecastsAutomotive ApplicationsInstallation Rate ForecastsStrategic Analysis of North American In-Vehicle Network Technologies and Protocols, Local Interconnect Network Technology and ProtocolIntroductionIntroductionTechnology AnalysisTechnology OverviewOperating Principle and Data TransmissionAutomotive Application Potential and Installation Rate ForecastsAutomotive ApplicationsInstallation Rate ForecastsStrategic Analysis of North American In-Vehicle Network Technologies and Protocols, Media Oriented Systems Transport Technology and ProtocolIntroductionIntroductionTechnology AnalysisTechnology OverviewOperating Principle and Data TransmissionAutomotive Application Potential and Installation Rate ForecastsAutomotive ApplicationsInstallation Rate ForecastsStrategic Analysis of North American In-Vehicle Network Technologies and Protocols, FlexRay Technology and ProtocolIntroductionIntroductionTechnology AnalysisTechnology OverviewOperating Principle and Data TransmissionAutomotive Application Potential and Installation Rate ForecastsAutomotive ApplicationsInstallation Rate ForecastsStrategic Analysis of North American In-Vehicle Network Technologies and Protocols, Other Key In-Vehicle Network Technologies and ProtocolsOther Key In-Vehicle Network Technologies and ProtocolsIntroductionJ1850ByteflightJ1939Time-Triggered ProtocolTime-Triggered CANIDB 1394Universal Serial BusD2B SMARTwireXStrategic Analysis of North American In-Vehicle Network Technologies and Protocols, AppendixAppendixAbbreviationsGlossaryCompound Annual Growth RateConversion EquationsExchange RatesStrategic Analysis of North American In-Vehicle Network Technologies and Protocols, Decision Support DatabaseDecision Support DatabaseAverage Household ExpenditureAverage Household IncomeNominal GDPLight Vehicle Sales




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