Global Ride-by-Wire in Motorcycles Market 2016-2021

  • ID: 3843308
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 60 Pages
  • Affluent Technology Limited
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Aprilia
  • CTS Corporation
  • Ducati
  • Explorer
  • Honda
  • Infineon Technologies AG
  • MORE
The ride-by-wire technology helps to deliver smoother acceleration and improved fuel economy. Ride by-Wire throttle Control does not require a mechanical actuator to operate the throttle, but instead has an Electronic Control Module (ECM) operating the throttle. The ECM typically uses a voltage signal to command throttle position. Based on the throttle input signal, the ECU actuates the fuel injector to deliver optimum fuel input to the cylinder.

Various forms of electronically controlled throttles, have been in use in some segments of motorcycle market. The most common form of an electronically controlled throttle is the combination of a mechanical throttle valve and a secondary electronic throttle valve in series configuration which essentially means, the air passes through two throttles. The most recent technology is the full ETC systems. They use only one ETC throttle with no direct mechanical control by the operator. The throttle valve is actuated by a DC motor with gearing. The throttle position sensor is realized as a redundant double track potentiometer. However this type of throttle mechanism requires specific control strategies and software function. In the past systems of this type could only be found in custom motorcycles built specifically for racing application.

The use of ride-by-wire technology opens the possibility of advanced rider assistance and safety features such as cruise control, traction control and ride mode selector. Ride by Wire system comes as standard on certain models of premium motorcycles like Triumph Tiger Explorer, Explorer XC, Triumph Trophy and Trophy SE, Ducati Diavel Carbon, Ducati Monster 821, Ducati Monster 1200, Kawasaki ZX10, Yamaha R6, R1, Aprilia RSV4, Honda VFR1200F, and other large displacement bikes. However, the technology is slowly trickling down to lower displacement bikes as KTM has decided to offer ride by wire on its upcoming generation of KTM 390.

As of now the penetration of ride by wire in two wheelers globally is X% which will grow to X% in 2021. The volume of ride by wire in two wheelers will rise from X units at present to X units in 2021 growing at a CAGR of X.

Key Topics Covered in the Report:

- The market size of the Ride by wire in motorcycles and forecast till 2021
- Ride by wire in motorcycles - By Region (U.S., Europe, China, India, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Vietnam) Volume (`000 Units) & Value (`000 Million) forecast till 2021
- Ride by wire in motorcycles - By engine capacity (Entry level(<400CC), Mid-Size(400-700CC), Full Size-(700-1000CC), Performance-(1000CC))
- Detailed global competitive landscape of Ride by wire manufacturers
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Aprilia
  • CTS Corporation
  • Ducati
  • Explorer
  • Honda
  • Infineon Technologies AG
  • MORE
1.Introduction
1.1 Overview
1.2 Report Description
1.3 Research Methodology
1.4 Industry Ecosystem-Organized sector

2. Market Dynamics
2.1 Drivers
2.2 Restraints
2.3 Opportunities
2.4 Challenges
2.5 Porter's Five Forces Analysis

3. Ride by wire in motorcycles - By engine capacity (Entry level (<400CC), Mid-Size (400-700CC), Full Size-(700-1000CC), Performance-(1000CC)) (2014, 2015, 2016 and Forecast Till 2021)
3.1 APAC-Share by engine capacity
3.2 EMEA-Share by engine capacity
3.3 Americas-Share by engine capacity
3.4 Entry Level (By volume and value)
3.5 Mid-Size ( By volume and Value)
3.6 Full Size (By volume and value)
3.7 Performance (By volume and value)

4. Ride by wire in motorcycles - By Region (2014, 2015, 2016 and Forecast Till 2021)
4.1 Ride by wire in motorcycles - Share by region
4.2 Ride by Wire in US ( By Volume & Value)
4.2.1 Entry Level (By volume and value)
4.2.2 Mid-Size ( By volume and Value)
4.2.3 Full Size (By volume and value)
4.2.4 Performance (By volume and value)
4.3 Ride by Wire in Europe( By Volume & Value)
4.3.1 Entry Level (By volume and value)
4.3.2 Mid-Size ( By volume and Value)
4.3.3 Full Size (By volume and value)
4.3.4 Performance (By volume and value)
4.4 Ride by Wire in India( By Volume & Value)
4.4.1 Entry Level (By volume and value)
4.4.2 Mid-Size ( By volume and Value)
4.4.3 Full Size (By volume and value)
4.4.4 Performance (By volume and value)
4.5 Ride by Wire in China ( By Volume & Value)
4.5.1 Entry Level (By volume and value)
4.5.2 Mid-Size ( By volume and Value)
4.5.3 Full Size (By volume and value)
4.5.4 Performance (By volume and value)
4.6 Ride by Wire in Japan( By Volume & Value)
4.6.1 Entry Level (By volume and value)
4.6.2 Mid-Size ( By volume and Value)
4.6.3 Full Size (By volume and value)
4.6.4 Performance (By volume and value)
4.7 Ride by Wire in Indonesia ( By Volume & Value)
4.7.1 Entry Level (By volume and value)
4.7.2 Mid-Size ( By volume and Value)
4.7.3 Full Size (By volume and value)
4.7.4 Performance (By volume and value)
4.8 Ride by Wire in Malaysia ( By Volume & Value)
4.8.1 Entry Level (By volume and value)
4.8.2 Mid-Size ( By volume and Value)
4.8.3 Full Size (By volume and value)
4.8.4 Performance (By volume and value)
4.9 Ride by Wire in Vietnam ( By Volume & Value)
4.9.1 Entry Level (By volume and value)
4.9.2 Mid-Size ( By volume and Value)
4.9.3 Full Size (By volume and value)
4.9.4 Performance (By volume and value)

5. Competitive Landscape
5.1 Market Share of top 3 market players
5.2 New Product Developments
5.3 Partnerships/Agreements/Joint Ventures & Supply Contract
5.4 New Developments
5.5 Other Major Developments

6. Conclusion
6.1 Analyst`s View
6.2 Recommendation
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- Aprilia
- CTS Corporation
- Ducati
- Explorer
- Honda
- Infineon Technologies AG
- KTM
- Kawasaki
- RSV4
- Robert Bosch Gmbh Continental AG
- Triumph
- Yamaha
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