Top Auto Trends at 2016 Consumer Electronics Show

Autonomous Driving Under Spotlight, HD Maps and Sensors Synergize Safe Driving

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This roundup on CES 2016 analyzes the next generation of trends and highlights automated driving as the key showcase once again. HMI moves towards providing a holistic in-vehicle experience with digital dashboards and voice assistants bridging gaps in consumer engagements and leading the transition from zero to complete automation. Implementing shared mobility services within controlled environments will be crucial test beds for autonomous vehicles. Apart from LiDAR, HD maps, migration to Ethernet, and investments in AI and deep learning, foray of new SOC/GPU manufacturers is expected to disrupt conventional autonomous road maps. Tier I suppliers will evolve from traditional OEM puppets to becoming mobility integrators/service providers.

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Executive Summary Top Impressions from CES 2016Hits and Misses from the ShowKey Announcements to be Commercialized in Short Term (2016–2020)—OEMSKey Announcements to be Commercialized in Short Term (2016–2020)—Tier I Suppliers and OthersSnapshot of Takeaways from Key OEMs Snapshot of Takeaways from Key Tier I SuppliersSnapshot of Other Converging Trends Key Announcements at CES 2016—Vehicle ManufacturersBMW at CES 2016BMW at CES 2016 (continued)BMW at CES 2016—Key Exhibits and Related Media Faraday Future at CES 2016Ford at CES 2016Ford at CES 2016—Key Exhibits and Related Media Kia at CES 2016Kia at CES 2016—Key ExhibitsMercedes-Benz at CES 2016Mercedes-Benz at CES 2016—Key Exhibits and Related Media Toyota at CES 2016Toyota at CES 2016—Key Exhibits GM at CES 2016FCA at CES 2016Volkswagen at CES 2016Volkswagen at CES 2016 (continued)Volkswagen at CES 2016—Key ExhibitsAudi at CES 2016Audi at CES 2016 (continued)Audi at CES 2016—Key Exhibits Key Announcements at CES 2016—Tier I SuppliersDenso at CES 2016Denso at CES 2016—Key ExhibitsHyundai Mobis at CES 2016Hyundai Mobis at CES 2016—Key ExhibitsMagna at CES 2016Valeo at CES 2016Valeo at CES 2016—Key Exhibits and Related Media Bosch at CES 2016Bosch at CES 2016 (continued)Bosch at CES 2016—Key ExhibitsContinental at CES 2016Continental at CES 2016—Related MediaVisteon at CES 2016Visteon at CES—Key ExhibitsPanasonic at CES 2016Panasonic at CES—Key ExhibitsMitsubishi Electric at CES 2016Mitsubishi Electric at CES 2016—Key Exhibits and Related MediaDelphi at CES 2016Harman at CES 2016Harman at CES 2016 (continued)Pioneer at CES 2016ZF at CES 2016Autoliv at CES 2016 Key Announcements at CES 2016—Other Automotive Ecosystem Partners HERE at CES 2016HERE at CES 2016 (continued)HERE at CES 2016—Key Exhibits and Related Media Nvidia at CES 2016 Mobileye at CES 2016Movimento at CES 2016Airbiquity at CES 2016Argus at CES 2016SiriusXM at CES 2016Nuance at CES 2016Key Conclusions from CES 2016Key Conclusions from CES 2016Additional Media at CES 2016Legal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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