Global X-by Wire Systems Market - Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2018 - 2023)

  • ID: 4515719
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 93 pages
  • Mordor Intelligence
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • AUDI
  • HONEYWELL
  • NISSAN
  • ORSCHELN PRODUCTS
  • PUGEOT
  • RLP ENGINEERING
  • MORE
The x-by-wire systems market is anticipated to register a CAGR of 13.7% over the forecast period 2018 - 2023. In the automotive x-by-wire systems, the actual control of the vehicle is initially supported by electronically assisted control before the elimination of the mechanical linkage.. This technology helps replace traditional components such as steering column, intermediate shafts, pumps, hoses and others in a vehicle.

MALFUNCTIONING OF ELECTRONICS

Limited functionality of sensors leads to a reduction in their reliability. Malfunctioning of even a single sensor could lead to catastrophic results. On the other hand, an error in the Electronic Control Unit (ECU) function could also lead to an accident even if all the sensors are functioning correctly. For instance, if the braking system of the vehicle comes equipped with a brake-by-wire system, which commits an error in calculating the amount of pressure required for optimum braking, or if the sensor fails for once in taking the input, the brakes will not be applied, leading to an accident. Not only the braking system but any glitch in the functioning of any sensor can also be dangerous and cause an accident. For example, there are many customers of Toyota vehicles, which use a throttle-by-wire system, which experienced issues with the throttle-by-wire system’s performance.

This fault led to the complete opening of the throttle valve even when the driver has not used the accelerator pedal. A malfunctioning throttle-by-wire in the Lexus ES350 led to the death of four travelers in California, America. Toyota has agreed to recall over four million vehicles, which might have a possible malfunctioning throttle-by-wire software. Nissan also decided to recall its Infiniti Q50 luxury sedans, which might have a potential steer-by-wire issue. According to the report filed with National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the steering by wire system could seize to function if the engine compartment temperature falls below zero degree Celsius. Such incidents may lead to a reduction in the adoption rate for these systems thereby posing a threat to the x-by-wire market. However, with advances in the electronic and software technology, these incidences are expected to reduce which will, in turn, drive the growth of the market.

AUTONOMOUS CARS

Self-driving cars are not an automotive technology of the future. In fact, there are already cars with partial or complete self-driving features. The prerequisite of any autonomous vehicles is the full automation of all the control systems which do not require any human intervention. The only possible way of achieving complete autonomous vehicle is by the application of drive-by-wire technology. For vehicles to be completely autonomous, the functions are programmed to a microprocessor equipped with electronic safety systems. These autonomous vehicles are divided into two different categories, namely, semi-autonomous vehicles and fully autonomous vehicles. These vehicles are expected to make their debut soon, with BMW planning to launch its self-driving electric vehicle, the BMW iNext, in 2021, Toyota by 2020 and Tesla by the end of 2018. Furthermore, Audi is also in plans of launching their Audi A8 2018 L3 Autonomous vehicle by the end of 2018.

The technology used in the Audi shall be known as “Traffic Jam Pilot” which shall enable the vehicle to drive itself autonomously through extreme traffic with zero driver input. The all new Audi A8 shall feature number of ultrasonic, radar and laser sensors with front facing cameras which shall enable the car to achieve autonomous driving. Even though the regulatory approvals are likely to take 1-3 years, many autonomous vehicles are expected to be on-road by 2025. Many advanced driver assistance systems can be made possible only with the use of electronics and microprocessors and switch to the drive-by-wire technology from the conventional technology. The transformation of the present vehicles to the autonomous vehicles is not an instantaneous process but a progressive one in which the x-by-wire technology is a crucial step.

Key Developments in the Market:

January, 2018: Nexter Automotive which is a global leader in intuitive motion control has announced the expansion of its advanced steering technology suite at the 2018 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS).

Major Players: NISSAN, PUGEOT, RLP ENGINEERING, TORC TECHNOLOGIES, AUDI, ORSCHELN PRODUCTS, TRW, HONEYWELL AMONGST OTHERS.

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1. Provides Latest Insights into the global automotive x-by-wire systems market
2. Analyzing various perspectives of the market with the help of Porter’s five forces analysis
3. Detailed analysis on the region expected to witness fastest growth in the market
4. Identify the latest developments, market shares, and strategies employed by the major market players
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • AUDI
  • HONEYWELL
  • NISSAN
  • ORSCHELN PRODUCTS
  • PUGEOT
  • RLP ENGINEERING
  • MORE
1. Introduction
1.1 Research Phase
1.2 Scope of the market
1.3 Study Deliverables

2. Executive Summary

3. Market Overview and Trends
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Market Trends
3.3 Porter's Five Force Framework
3.3.1 Bargaining Power of Buyers
3.3.2 Bargaining Power of Supplier
3.3.3 Threat of New Entrants
3.3.4 Threat of Substitute Products
3.3.5 Intensity of Competitive Rivalry

4. Market Dynamics
4.1 Drivers
4.1.1 Increasing Focus on fuel efficiency
4.1.2 Advances in research maximizing the marginal time savings by substituting mechanical linkages with electric ones
4.2 Restraints
4.2.1 Malfunctioning of Electronics
4.2.2 High Cost of systems and associated components
4.3 Opportunity
4.3.1 Autonomous Cars

5. Global X-by-wire system market, Segmented by type
5.1 Throttle-by-wire systems
5.2 Brake-by wire systems
5.3 Steer-by-wire systems
5.4 Park-by-wire systems
5.5 Shift-by-wire systems

6. Global X-by-wire system market, Segmented by vehicle type
6.1 Passenger Vehicles
6.2 Commercial Vehicles

7. Global X-by-wire system market, Segmented by Geography
7.1 North America
7.1.1 United States
7.1.2 Canada
7.1.3 Mexico
7.1.4 Others
7.2 Europe
7.2.1 UK
7.2.2 France
7.2.3 Germany
7.2.4 Italy
7.2.5 Switzerland
7.2.6 Rest of Europe
7.3 Asia-Pacific
7.3.1 India
7.3.2 China
7.3.3 Japan
7.3.4 South Korea
7.3.5 Rest of Asia-Pacific
7.4 South America
7.4.1 Brazil
7.4.2 Argentina
7.4.3 Others
7.5 Africa & Middle-East
7.5.1 Saudi Arabia
7.5.2 UAE
7.5.3 South Africa
7.5.4 Qatar
7.5.5 Rest of Africa & Middle-East

8. Competitive Landscape
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Market Structure & Analysis

9. Company Profiles
9.1 Nissan
9.2 Peugeot S.A.
9.3 RLP Engineering Ltd.
9.4 TORC Technologies Inc.
9.5 Audi AG
9.6 Orscheln Products LLC
9.7 ZF TRW Automotive Holdings Corporation
9.8 Infineon Technologies
9.9 Honeywell Inc.
9.10 Lokar Performance Products
9.11 Audi AG
9.12 Tesla Corporation

10. Future Outlook of the Market

11. Disclaimer
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  • NISSAN
  • PUGEOT
  • RLP ENGINEERING
  • TORC TECHNOLOGIES
  • AUDI
  • ORSCHELN PRODUCTS
  • TRW
  • HONEYWELL
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