Strategic Analysis of the Opportunities and Implications of Automotive Sensor Fusion

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This research service provides insights into the automotive sensor fusion initiatives. This research maps the possibilities of sensor fusion in the different automotive application domains like powertrain, chassis, safety and comfort & convenience by the different driving phases like entry/exit, urban, motorway, night, adverse and reversing & parking.

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Strategic Analysis of the Opportunities and Implications of Automotive Sensor Fusion, Strategic Analysis of Automotive Sensor FusionExecutive SummaryBenefits and RisksDriving Phases Impacting Sensor FusionApplication Areas Impacting Sensor FusionOEMs and Suppliers Leading Sensor FusionOEM and Supplier Involvement for Sensor FusionEntry Exit Driving Phase AnalysisConclusionsSensor Fusion Study ConceptStudy ObjectivesBasic Study ConceptDriving Phase MethodologyScope of the StudyStudy MethodologyResearch MethodologyOverview of Factors Influencing Sensor FusionSensor Fusion Types and OptionsAnalysis of Benefits of Sensor FusionAnalysis of Risks of Sensor FusionDiagnosticsMarket Potential for Sensor FusionOEM Position AnalysisSupplier Position AnalysisStrategic Opportunities and Threats for SuppliersAnalysis of Driving PhasesEntry/Exit Urban DrivingMotorway DrivingNight DrivingAdverse ConditionsReversing and ParkingAppendixList of Acronyms




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