This research service discusses LIDAR as a part of the ADAS sensor suite in the future generation of automated passenger vehicles.
With OEMs accepting LIDAR as an integral part of the solution for partial to fully automated vehicles, this study details the type of LIDAR that would be best suited for enabling active safety and automated driving. This study also discusses the market penetration of LIDAR-based solutions in the passenger vehicle market and the OEMs that possess a large revenue potential.
Suppliers catering to participating OEMs have also been compared in order to evaluate which of them is better equipped to cater to OEMs needs. Finally, the price point of a LIDAR solution that could be commercially viable by 2022 is discussed.
- What is the choice of LIDAR based on the requirement in the autonomous vehicle market?
- What are the different types of LIDAR that are suitable enablers of autonomous driving?
- Which OEMs possess a large revenue potential for solid-state LIDAR-based active safety and automated driving functions?
- Among those with a LIDAR product portfolio, which suppliers are well-positioned to cater to the needs of OEMs and disruptors?
- Key Findings
- Feature Roadmap-Automated Vehicles with LIDAR
- Potential LIDAR User by OEM
- Research Scope
- Key Questions this Study will Answer
- Research Background
- Key Participant Groups Compared in This Study
- LIDAR-System Definition
- Detailed Definitions of Product and System
- Current Specifications of Automotive-grade LIDAR
- Requirements of LIDAR
- Expected Mount Location On-board LIDAR Sensor
- Automated Vehicles with LIDAR-The Foreseeable Future
- Configurations with LIDAR
- Functional Matrix for Active Safety and Automated Driving
- Market Drivers
- Drivers Explained
- Market Restraints
- Restraints Explained
8. OEM Roadmaps for LIDAR Adoption
- BMW-Functional Roadmap
- Mercedes-Benz-Functional Roadmap
- Volvo Cars Group-Functional Roadmap
- Ford Motor Company-Functional Roadmap
- General Motors-Functional Roadmap
- Toyota-Functional Roadmap
- OEM Strategy and Comparative Analysis
- Competitive Positioning of Select OEMs
- Continental AG
- Robert Bosch GmbH
- Ibeo Automotive
- Quanergy Systems
- Valeo S.A.
- Velodyne Inc.
- Supplier-OEM Partnership Snapshot
- Key Conclusions
- Legal Disclaimer