Global and China Vision ADAS Industry Report, 2015-2020

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  • Report
  • Region: Global, China
  • 147 Pages
  • Research In China
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Global Automotive Camera Module Shipments Approximated 50.3 Million Pieces in 2015 and are Expected to Reach 62.1 Million Pieces in 2016, 141 Million Pieces in 2020, and 246 Million Pieces in 2025

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Autoliv
  • Clarion
  • Fujitsu Ten
  • Kostal
  • MCNEX
  • ONSEMI
  • MORE
Global and China Vision ADAS Industry Report, 2015-2020 focuses on the following:

1. Global vision ADAS system market and industry
2. Lane detection
3. Emergency braking (Anti-collision)
4. Night vision and adaptive high beam system
5. Parking Assist
6. Vision ADAS Companies

Camera-based vision ADAS systems can be divided into several categories of applications:

- Lane Detection, i.e., LDW/LKA/LCA (Lane Centering Assist) to prevent the car from deviating in the working state of either ACC or TJA (Traffic Jam Assist);
- Obstacles Detection and Recognition, i.e., FCW (Forward Collision Warning)/AEB (Autonomous Emergency Braking);
- Surroundings Display, i.e., Parking Assist, including Rear View and 360°Surround View.
- BSD (Blind Spot Detection);
- HBA (High Beam Assist) and Night Vision.

In application field, warning-only ADASs will gradually exit market, while the ADASs with actuator represent the mainstream in the future. For example, it is hard for drivers to take prompt countermeasures, as the warning time of FCW is no more than 3 seconds. Moreover, AEB (Autonomous Emergency Braking) may become the most important ADAS application. AEB will be a mandatory safety function across the world during 2021-2025.

Future orientation of development will be stereo camera rather than mono camera, especially in AEB field. As AEB concerns human life, there must be as much performance redundancy as possible, thus ensuring the safety of drivers to the utmost extent. Stereo camera has an overwhelming advantage over mono camera in the aspect of pedestrians recognition. However, the majority of companies (OEMs & Tier 1 suppliers) still adopt mono camera, as AEB is largely an optional component rather than a standard one, and the costs of stereo camera are much higher, resulting in higher price and low popularity.

Pedestrians Recognition will be a must of next-generation AEB, meaning that stereo camera has to be employed. Mercedes-Benz, Subrau, Jaguar, and Suzuki have adopted stereo camera from the very beginning, while VW, Toyota, Honda, and Nissan all employ stereo camera in their experimental models. As to Tier 1, Hitachi Automotive System has used stereo camera at the very start, while Continental, Bosch, Denso, and Fujitsu Ten see stereo camera as the priority of development. These companies are iconic ones in automobile industry and their moves represent the direction of automobile industry as a whole.

Global automotive camera module shipments approximated 50.3 million pieces in 2015 and are expected to reach 62.1 million pieces in 2016, 141 million pieces in 2020, and 246 million pieces in 2025. There are three cameras on each light vehicle on average, respectively for LKA, AEB, and Parking. Unlike mobile phone camera modules, automotive camera modules are highly demanding on reliability and range of operating temperature. Major vendors are Panasonic, Sony, Valeo, Fujitsu Ten, MCNEX, Magna, Gentex, Continental, and Hitachi. Panasonic ranks first globally in terms of market share and is far ahead of the second place.

Global automotive vision system market size was worth about USD3.1 billion in 2015 and is expected to hit USD6.1 billion in 2020. Magna, TRW (ZF), Hitachi Automotive System, and Continental are in the first camp, with Magna being the world’s largest, and Autoliv, Valeo, Denso, Fujitsu-ten, and Bosch are in the second camp. As the demand from carmakers varies greatly, the market concentration has been lower and this will continue for a considerable time.
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Autoliv
  • Clarion
  • Fujitsu Ten
  • Kostal
  • MCNEX
  • ONSEMI
  • MORE
1. Global Vision ADAS System Market and Industry
- Global Automotive Camera Module Shipments, 2009-2020E
- Front Camera Shipments, 2014-2020E
- Global Rear View and Surround View System Shipments, 2014-2020E
- Parking Assit System Shipment in the United States by Technology, 2015&2020E
- Parking Assit System Shipment in EU by Technology, 2015&2020E
- Parking Assit System Shipment in Asia-Pacific by Technology, 2015&2020E
- Parking Assit System Shipment in China by Technology, 2015&2020E
- Supply Relationship between Japanese Carmakers and Suppliers of ADAS Sensors
- Supply Relationship between U.S./South Korean/Chinese Carmakers and Suppliers of ADAS Sensors
- Supply Relationship between European Carmakers and Suppliers of ADAS Sensors
- Market Share of Global Surround View Suppliers, 2015
- Market Share of Global Rear View Suppliers, 2015
- Market Share of Global Automotive CMOS Image Sensor Suppliers, 2015
- Market Share of Global Automotive Camera Module Suppliers (by Turnover), 2015
- Market Share of Global ADAS Vision System Suppliers, 2015
- Number of Auto Models Equipped with ADASs Available in Chinese Market, 2015
- Penetration of Main ADASs in Chinese Market, Jan-Dec 2015
- Pre-installation of LDW in Domestic Passenger Car Brands, Jan-Dec 2015
- Pre-installation of LKA in Domestic Passenger Car Brands, Jan-Dec 2015
- Pre-installation of SV (Surround View) in Domestic Passenger Car Brands, Jan-Dec 2015
- Pre-installation of AEB in Domestic Passenger Car Brands, Jan-Dec 2015
- Pre-installation of FCW in Domestic Passenger Car Brands Jan-Dec 2015

2. Lane Detection
- Overview of LDW
- Trend of Lane Assist
- Difference of LDW/LKA/LCA
- Principle of LDW
- Block Diagram of LD W & ACC & TJA
- Control Structure Diagram of Lane Keep Assist/Lane Centering Assist System
- Control Structure Diagram of Conventional Hydraulic Brake System with Electronic Stability Control
- Control Structure Diagram of Electric Power Steering System
- Control Structure Diagram of Steer-by-Wire System
- LKW Algorithm
- Hough Transform
- Lane Detection Camera

3. Emergency Braking (Collision Avoidance)
- AEB: A Mandatory Standard Configuration Sooner or Later
- Proportion of Models with Front Crash Prevention (with Data from IIHS), 2000-2015
- Automotive Brand AEB Performance
- Overview of AEB (Advanced/Autonomous Emergency Brake)
- Sensor Fusion of AEB
- Sensor Matching and Merging of AEB
- Forward Crash Avoidance and Mitigation (FCAM) and AEB
- Collision Mitigation: An Extended AEB
- Emergency Steer Assist (ESA) of TRW
- Nissan’s Autonomous Emergency Steering System
- Continental SRL 111
- Low-cost Fixed-beam Infrared Lidar
- Unique Design of Three-beam Light

4. Night Vision and High Beam Assist
- Overview of Night Vision
- Night Vision Static
- BMW’s Night Vision
- Trend of Night Vision
- Overview of HBA (High Beam Assist)/Smart Beam
- LED Headlamp: A Must for HBA (High Beam Assist)
- HBA (High Beam Assist) Image Sensor
- Overview of Gentex’s Smart Beam
- HW-Architecture of SmartBeam

5. Vision for Parking Assist
- Comparison of Various Sensors
- Overview of Rear Assist
- Composition of Rear View Camera System at VW Touran
- Different Colors for Different Distances
- VW’s Rear Assist-CAN Network
- Dense Stereo for Parking Assist
- Motion-stereo Parking Assistant at BMW
- 79GHz UWB: A Likely Future Star
- Daimler’s 360? Surround View
- Delphi’s 360? Surround View Image Processing
- Adjusting Scope of Surround View
- Delphi’s Semi-automatic Parking-Parallel Parking Process
- Delphi’s Semi-automatic Parking-Vertical Parking Process

6. Vision ADAS Companies
6.1 Mobileye
- Revenue and Gross Profit of Mobileye, 2011-2016
- Shipments of Mobileye, 2007-2016
- Customers of Mobileye, 2012-2015
- Transformation of Mobileye into a Supplier of Map Acquisition Equipment
- Map Database of Mobileye
- Roadmap of Mobileye
- History of Mobileye
- Financial Data of Mobileye, 2012-2015
- Business Model of Mobileye
- Strategy of Mobileye
6.2 MCNEX
- Revenue and Operation Income of MCNEX, 2009-2016
- Revenue of MCNEX by Segment, 2010-2016
6.3 ONSEMI
- History of ON-SEMIISG
- Quarterly Sales and Gross Margin of ON SEMICONDUCTOR
6.4 Sunny Optical
- Revenue and Gross Margin of Sunny Optical, 2004-2015
- Auto Lens Sales of Sunny Optical, 2012-2016
6.5 Subaru Eyesight
- Overview of Eyesight Ver3.0
- History of Eyesight
- Functions of Eyesight Ver3.0
- Eyesight Roadmap
- Next-generation Eyesight
- Typical Stereo Vision Pipeline
- Block Diagram of Eyesight Ver3.0
- Principle of Stereo Camera
6.6 Magna
- Products and Customers of Magna
- Application of Magna Gen 1.0
- Application of Magna Gen 2.5
- Magna’s Roadmap
- Magna’s Strategy
6.7 Autoliv
- Revenue and Gross Margin of Autoliv, 2004-2015
- Customers of Autoliv, 2015H1
- Revenue of Autoliv by Product, 2014&2015
- Autoliv’s Technology Domain
6.8 Overview of Valeo CDA Division
- Status of Valeo in Automotive ADAS Industry
- Valeo’s Partner
- Valeo’s Park4U
- Park4U ECU
6.9 Continental Automotive ADAS
- Revenue and EBITDA of Continental’s Chassis and Safety Division, 2013-2015
- ADAS Revenue of Continental Automotive by Region
- Component of Continental Automotive 360 View
- Examples of Continental Automotive 360 View for Commercial Vehicles
- Continental Automotive 360 View Next-Remote Control Parking
- Overview of Continental Camera
- Data of Continental MFC2
6.10 Bosch
- Overview of Bosch Stereo Camera
- Overview of Bosch MPC2
6.11 Clarion
- Revenue and Operating Margin of Clarion, FY2006-FY2016
- Clarion Around View Next -Automated Parking
- Clarion’s SurroundEye for Commercial Vehicles
6.12 Fujitsu Ten
- Revenue and Operating Margin of Fujitsu Ten, FY2005-FY2015
- Fujitsu 360° Wrap-Around Video Imaging
- Component of Fujitsu 360° Wrap-Around Video Imaging
- Software for Fujitsu 360° Wrap-Around Video Imaging
- Block Diagram of Fujitsu’s MB86R12
- Communication Fujitsu’s MB86R12
- Park4U ECU
6.13 Overview of Gentex
- Revenue and Gross Margin of Gentex, 2010-2015
- Gentex’s Smart Mirror at Cadillac
6.14 Kostal
- ADAS Camera Roadmap of Kostal
- Close Cooperation between Kostal and Mobileye
- Kostal’s Roadmap
6.15 TRW (ZF)
- Revenue of TRW by Business, 2014
- Revenue of TRW by Customer, 2014
- Revenue of TRW by Region, 2014
- Magna vs. TRW Lawsuit
6.16 Denso
- Revenue of Denso by Segment
- Denso’s Supply of Toyota Safety Sense P
- ADAS Product Roadmap of Denso
- ADAS Roadmap of Denso
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- Autoliv
- Bosch
- Clarion
- Continental Automotive ADAS
- Denso
- Fujitsu Ten
- Gentex
- Kostal
- MCNEX
- Magna
- Mobileye
- ONSEMI
- Subaru Eyesight
- TRW(ZF)
- Valeo
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