Strategic Insight of Electrically Actuated Power Steering for Light and Medium Commercial Vehicles in Europe

Half of LCVs and MCVs to Offer Electrically Actuated Steering by 2021

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Most of the commercial vehicles operating in the light (LCV) and medium (MCV) range are predominantly steered by hydraulic power steering (HPS). Very few LCVs use an electrified steering solution, while none of the MCVs are able to use electrified steering because of the front axle. This research looks in the potential for steering electrification and the potential for add-on steering modules such as iHSA. This research is based on secondary and primary data collected from LCV and MCV OEMs active in the European market. The research covers market trends for steering electrification and OEM technology preferences as well as key conclusions, outlooks, and predictions. The base year of the study is 2014, with forecasts up to 2021.

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Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Key FindingsKey Findings and Future OutlookSteering Electrification Market Evolution for LCV and MCVBenefits of Add-on Steering Module over Traditional Steering SystemsKey Findings from Frost & Sullivan’s 2014 Voice of Customer StudyCurrent and Future Outlook for Steering Electrification in EuropeResearch Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions this Study will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyProduct Definitions and Market SegmentationPower Steering System SegmentationPower Steering System DefinitionsPower Steering System Definitions (continued)Market SegmentationOverview of Safety and Efficiency Improvement Solutions Commercial Vehicle Safety Systems Technology RoadmapOverview of Safety and Efficiency Improvement SolutionsDriver Shortage Leading to Need for Safety SystemsHealth, Wellness, and Wellbeing of Ageing Truck DriversAdvent of Autonomous Trucks Accelerates Electrification of SteeringMarket Measurement AnalysisCombined LCV and MCV Unit Shipment Forecast Scenario AnalysisUnit Shipment Breakdown by OEM and Product TypesPenetration of Electrically Actuated Solution in LCV SegmentPenetration of Electrically Actuated Solution in MCV SegmentPricing Analysis and Return on InvestmentHours-of-Service (HOS) RuleInsurer Perspective Case Study 1—Scenario I: Replacing a Highly Experienced Driver with an Average Driver—7.5-ton MCVCase Study 1—Scenario I: Replacing a Highly Experienced Driver with an Average Driver—7.5-ton MCV (continued)Case Study 1—Scenario II: Replacing an Average Driver with an Inexperienced Driver—7.5-ton MCVCase Study 1—Scenario II: Replacing an Averagely Driver with an Inexperienced Driver—7.5-ton MCV (continued)Case Study 2—Scenario I: Replacing a Highly Experienced Driver with an Average Driver—17-ton MCVCase Study 2—Scenario I: Replacing a Highly Experienced Driver with an Average Driver—17-ton MCV (continued)Case Study 2—Scenario II: Replacing an Average Driver with an Inexperienced Driver—17-ton MCV Case Study 2—Scenario II: Replacing an Average Driver with an Inexperienced Driver—17-ton MCV (continued)SummaryKey OEMs in the Steering Electrification Market OEM Profile—Daimler GroupOEM Profile—Fiat ProfessionalOEM Profile—Ford GroupOEM Profile—Volkswagen GroupConclusions and Future OutlookKey ConclusionsKey Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixCost Split for a Highly Experienced Driver of a 7.5-ton MCVCost Split for an Average Driver of a 7.5-ton MCVCost Split for an Inexperienced Driver of a 7.5-ton MCVCost Split for a Highly Experienced Driver of a 17-ton MCVCost Split for an Average Driver of a 17-ton MCVCost Split for an Inexperienced Driver of a 17-ton MCVAbbreviations and Acronyms UsedAbbreviations and Acronyms Used (continued)Market Engineering Methodology




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