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The Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Active Safety Report 2013 - Product Image

The Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Active Safety Report 2013

  • Published: August 2013
  • 116 Pages
  • SupplierBusiness

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • ADAM
  • Audi
  • Bosch
  • Daimler/Mercedes Benz
  • GKM
  • Hella
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The global market for advanced driver assistance systems has grown substantially in recent years, as vehicle companies have increased the safety content of their vehicles in response to market and legislative pressures. In essence ADAS features focus on increasing the automatic or autonomous control of the car's behaviour, independently of the driver, and/or providing the driver with increased information on road conditions to improve his/her driving performance.

This report provides an overview of the current technology and looks at the developments both OEMs and suppliers are making with their ADAS and active safety technologies. The report includes an interview with Andy Whydell, Senior Manager, Product Planning, TRW Global Electronics and also features supplier profiles for ten key driver assistance systems suppliers.

Content within the report covers the following topic areas:

- Existing and developing technologies
- Reviews of automakers' and suppliers' plans and developments
- Interview: Andy Whydell, Senior Manager, Product Planning, TRW Global Electronics
- Case Studies: Continental and Mobileye
- Ten key supplier profiles

1. Executive Summary/Overview
- Introduction
- Vehicle manufacturers are embracing ADAS technology
- Suppliers

2. Introduction
- - A highly valuable and rapidly growing market
- The rationale behind ADAS systems
- Consumer acceptance not universal

3. Technology overview
- Blind Spot Detection
- Driver Monitoring
- Park/Reversing Assist Systems
- Semi-Automatic Parking
- Surround-View Cameras
- Intelligent Speed Adaptation
- Lane Departure Warning
- Adaptive Cruise Control
- Forward Collision Warning
- V2V and V2X systems
- Autonomous Driving

4. Vehicle Manufacturer review
- - Audi
- Audi's piloted driving technologies are outlined below
- - BMW
- BMW's current and future driver assistance systems
- - Daimler/Mercedes Benz
- Collaboration with Elekrobit
- Future Developments
- - Ford
- USA - Explorer
- Europe - Focus
- Ford Australia
- Future developments – brake lights communicating with the car behind
- Ford – autonomous vehicles not far away
- - GM Opel
- ADAM
- Inisignia
- Cascada

5. Suppliers
- Interview: Andy Whydell, Senior Manager, Product Planning, TRW Global Electronics
- Supplier Review
- - Bosch
- Organisation
- ADAS technologies
- Future Direction and Strategy
- - Continental
- Organisation
- ADAS Technologies
- Future Direction and Strategy
- - TRW
- - Valeo

6. Case Studies: Continental and Mobileye
- - Continental
- Introduction
- ADAS technology
- Customers
- - Mobileye
- Mobileye's ADAS systems

7. Supplier Profiles
- Aisin Seiki
- Bosch
- Continental
- GKM
- Hella
- Mobileye
- Omron
- Smarteye
- TRW Automotive

- ADAM
- Aisin Seiki
- Audi
- BMW
- Bosch
- Continental
- Daimler/Mercedes Benz
- Ford
- GKM
- GM Opel
- Hella
- Mobileye
- Omron
- Smarteye
- TRW Automotive

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