One such development in the automotive electronics segment which has caught the attention of the automotive OEMs and other vendors alike is the Driver Monitoring System (DMS). DMS combines the use of sensors and cameras and other “intelligent” devices to provide the driver with assistance, guidance and warning regarding various critical situations and in the time of emergencies. The ever-increasing number of traffic accidents in the developed world due to a diminished driver’s vigilance level has become a problem of grave business for the countries. Drivers with a decreased vigilance level suffer from a pronounced diminution in their abilities of perception, realization, and vehicle control, and therefore pose serious risk to their own lives as well the lives of others.
The report describes the driver monitoring systems market by product types, modules, fuel types, components, geography, and industry verticals. High level analysis about the individual DMS product costs, strategies, future opportunities along with the business landscape analysis of key market players are focused in this report.
The global market for advanced driver assistance systems has grown substantially in the recent years, as vehicle companies have increased the safety content of their vehicles in response to the market and government regulations. In essence, ADAS features focus on increasing the automatic or autonomous control of the car's behavior, independently of the driver, and/or providing the driver with increased information on road conditions to improve his/her driving performance.
2. Executive Summary
3. Global Driver Monitoring Systems – Market Landscape
4. Global Driver Monitoring Systems – Market Forces
4.1. Market Drivers
4.1.1. Increasing Number of Accidents on Highways Due To Drowsiness and Fatigue.
4.1.2. Monitoring and Rating Driver’s Performance by Fleet Management Companies to Improve Efficiency and Avoid Accidents.
4.2. Market Constraints and Challenges
4.2.1. Need for Automotive OEMS to Differentiate Product Offerings Due To Competitive Pressures
4.2.2. Need for Educational Campaigns to Proliferate Advantages of Driver Monitoring Systems across the World.
4.2.3. Lack of Willingness and Cooperation by Drivers to Be Monitored On the Job in Fleet Management Companies
4.3. Attractiveness of the Driver Monitoring Systems Industry
4.3.1. Power of Suppliers
4.3.2. Power of Customers.
4.3.3. Threat of New Entrants
4.3.4. Threat of Substitution
4.3.5. Degree of Competition
5. Global Driver Monitoring Systems Market – Strategic Analysis.
5.1. Value Chain Analysis
5.2. Opportunities Analysis
5.3. Product/Market Life Cycle Analysis
5.4. Suppliers and Distributors
6. Driver Monitoring Systems Market – By Key Technology.
6.1. Image Sensing/Cameras
6.2. Pressure Mats
6.3. Infrared Sensing
6.4. Strain Gauges.
6.5. Steering Angle Sensors
7. Driver Monitoring Systems Market – By Type of Monitoring
7.1. Driver Alertness/Distraction Monitoring.
7.2. Driver Fatigue Monitoring
7.3. Drunk Driving Monitoring
8. Driver Monitoring Systems Market – By Geographic Regions
8.2.2. U K
8.3.3. South Korea
9. Market Entropy
10. Company Profiles
10.1. Aisin Seiki Co., Ltd.
10.2. Autoliv, Inc.
10.3. Continental Automotive Systems
10.4. Delphi Automotive PLC
10.5. Denso Corporation.
10.6. Johnson Controls Inc.
10.7. Valeo SA
10.8. Visteon Corporation
10.9. Magneti Marelli S.p.A
10.10. Robert-Bosch Gmbh
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11.3. Research Methodology
11.4. Expert Insights