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Autonomous Driving Image Sensing and Viewing Technology Market, Edition – 2019

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  • 137 Pages
  • September 2019
  • Region: Global
  • M14 Intelligence
  • ID: 4850494

The Automotive Intelligence Vertical has a detailed and exhaustive database available on the ADAS and autonomous driving industry. The Autonomous Driving Intelligence team is comprised of 10 Consultants and Subject Matter Experts. The author and co-authors of the report have more than 10 years and 5 years of experience respectively.

As a part of yearly publications, an exhaustive industry analysis report on Imaging and Sensing Technology Market for ADAS and Autonomous Driving Industry, Edition 2019 was recently published. This report provides a deep-dive investigation into the autonomous driving industry and detailed analysis on the camera imaging and sensing technologies, their components, and trends that enable autonomous driving. The report is an analysis of more than 140 pages with 100+ infographics and data tables.

The scope of the research study is enlisted below -

Industry Dynamics


  • Historical and recent new passenger car sales trend across major markets
  • Mandatory safety regulations for safer roads across major markets
  • Need for electrification of vehicles
  • Shared mobility for reduced road congestion
  • Government and private funding for autonomous driving
  • Drivers, Challenges, and Opportunities for autonomous driving industry
  • Supply/Demand trends in the automotive industry
  • AV Readiness Index by leading automotive markets

Competition Assessment


  • Car Manufacturers and their race for autonomous driving
  • Robotic Vehicles Trend - Robotic Taxis and Autonomous Shuttles Providers
  • Partnership between Car Manufacturers and Tier 1s, Technology Providers, Robotic Vehicle Companies, Shared Mobility Companies, Imaging and Sensing System Suppliers, System Integrators, AV Testing & Simulation Companies, Telecom Providers, Artificial Intelligence Companies, Software Providers, Navigation and Mapping Companies
  • Market Share Analysis of all the sensors, processors, system, and technology providers, along with OEMs

Levels of Autonomous Driving Technology


  • SAE Level 0 - No Automation
  • SAE Level 1 - Advanced Driver Assistance (ADAS)
  • SAE Level 2 - Partial Automation
  • SAE Level 3 - Conditional Automation
  • SAE Level 4 - High Automation
  • SAE Level 5 - Full Automation/Driverless Cars
  • Robotic Vehicles - Robotic taxis and autonomous shuttles

The historical, actual, and forecasts of the sales demand for the cars by levels of automation is covered in the report. In the case of Level 2 vehicles, car sales of leading OEMs by models is also covered. In the case of Level 3 and above autonomy, the car sales are estimated and forecasted based on the announcements by the leading OEM brands.

Camera Technologies That Enables Autonomous Driving


For all the technologies mentioned below, detailed analysis on the market size, sales demand, pricing breakdown, sensor content per vehicle, leading suppliers’ assessment, and important partnerships across the levels of autonomy and major markets is covered in this report.


Region and Country-Level Analysis


Regions analyzed during this research are - North America, Central, and South America, Western Europe, Eastern and Central Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East, and Africa. Of which, the U.S., U.K. Germany, China, Japan, and India are the few of the important markets that are covered exhaustively in the report.


Table of Contents


1 Executive Summary
2 Research Scope And Methodology
2.1. Scope Of The Study
2.2. Methodology
3 Changing Industry Dynamics
3.1.  ADAS And Autonomous Functions
3.1.1. ADAS Cognitive Processes
3.1.2. The Many Levels Of Automation
3.1.3. Sae Levels Used By The Industry
3.2. Benefits, Drivers, Challenges, And Opportunities In Adoption Of Autonomous Driving
3.2.1. Benefits
3.2.2. Opportunities
3.2.3. Driving Factors
3.2.4. Challenges
3.3. Autonomous Driving Projects
3.3.1. Government Funded Projects
3.3.2. Private Funded Projects
3.4. R&D Expenses In Autonomous Driving
3.4.1. R&D Expenses Of Car Makers
3.4.2. Top Automotive Suppliers R&D Expenses
3.5. Autonomous Driving From Buyers Perspective
3.6. Accessing Countries’ Autonomous Vehicles Readiness Index
3.6.1. Government’S Role In Country’S Av Readiness
3.6.2. Social Acceptance
3.6.3. Ease Of Adoption
3.6.4. Technological Advancements
3.7. Assessing Countries’ Autonomous Driving Regulations And Impact
3.7.1. North America
3.7.2. Europe
3.7.3. Latin America
3.7.4. Australasia
3.7.5. Southeast Asia
3.8. Mobility As A Service, Ev, And Autonomous Driving - Correlation And Impact
3.9. Shared Mobility - Autonomous Vehicles Biggest Market Opportunity
3.10. Connected And Autonomous Vehicles - Cost To Buyers
3.11. Mapping And Navigation Market - Benefited From Av
3.11.1. Here Maps
3.11.2. Tomtom
3.11.3. Civil Maps
3.11.4. Navinfo
3.11.5. Zenrin
3.11.6. Lvl5
3.11.7. Mapbox
3.11.8. Deepmap
3.11.9. Ushr
3.11.10. Carmera
3.11.11. Momenta
3.11.12. Mapillary
4 ADAS And Autonomous Vehicles Market
4.1. Assumptions For Market Size Estimation And Forecast
4.2. ADAS / Level 1 Cars
4.3. Partial Automation / Level 2 Cars
4.4. Conditional Automation / Level 3 Cars
4.5. High - Full Automation / Level 4/5 Cars
4.6. Robotic Vehicle Sales
5 Image Viewing And Sensing For Ad Industry
5.1. Camera For Autonomous Driving - Summary
5.2.  Forward ADAS Monocular Camera
5.3. Forward ADAS Stereo Camera
5.4.  Forward ADAS Triple/Trifocal Camera
5.5. Thermal / Ir/ Night Vision Camera
5.6. Driver Monitoring, In-Cabin, Dash Camera, And Gesture Recognition Camera
5.7.  Rear-View, Surround View, And Side-Mirror Replacement Camera
6 References
List of Tables
Table 1-1 Gnss Supplier Mapping - By OEMs, Tier 1S, Antenna Chip Providers
Table 3-1 Nvidia Inorganic Growth Strategy In Autonomous Driving Industry
Table 3-2 Aimotive Inorganic Development Strategy
Table 3-3 Argo Ai Inorganic Development Strategy
Table 3-4 Ibm Watson Inorganic Development Strategy
Table 3-5 Intel Inorganic Development Strategy
Table 3-6 Microsoft Inorganic Development Strategy
Table 3-7 Nuance Communication Inorganic Development Strategy
Table 3-8 Pony.Ai Inorganic Development Strategy
Table 3-9 Roadstart.Ai Inorganic Development Strategy
Table 3-10 Drive.Ai Inorganic Development Strategy
Table 3-11 Plus AI Inorganic Development Strategy
Table 3-12 Ascent Robotics Inorganic Development Strategy
Table 3-13Sensetime Inorganic Growth Strategy
Table 3-14 Cortica Inorganic Development Strategy
Table 3-15 Momenta Inorganic Development Strategy
Table 3-16 Government Of U.K. Funding For Driverless Technology
Table 3-17 Recent Private Funded Autonomous Driving Industry Projects
Table 3-18 VW R&D Expenditure
Table 3-19 Audi R&D Expenditure
Table 3-20 Daimler R&D Expenditure
Table 3-21 Mercedes Benz R&D Expenditure
Table 3-22 Bmw R&D Expenditure
Table 3-23 Toyota R&D Expenditure
Table 3-24 Ford R&D Expenditure
Table 3-25 Volvo R&D Expenditure
Table 3-26 Nissan R&D Expenditure
Table 3-27 Tesla R&D Expenditure
Table 3-28 Gm R&D Expenditure
Table 3-29 Hyundai R&D Expenditure
Table 3-30 Honda R&D Expenditure
Table 3-31 Iihs Ratings-2019 Winner Models Of Minicars, Mid-Size Luxury, Mid -Size And Small Cars
Table 3-32 Euro Ncap 2019 Ratings For Cars
Table 3-33 Ancap Star Ratings For Cars
Table 3-34 Asean Ncap Star Ratings For Cars In 2018-19
Table 3-35 Partnerships Between Oem And Ridesharing Companies Globally
Table 3-36 Additional Equipment And Services For Autonomous Vehicles
Table 3-37 Here Maps Inorganic Development Strategies
Table 3-38 Tomtom’S Inorganic Development Strategies
Table 3-39 Civil Maps Inorganic Development Strategies
Table 3-40 Navinfo Inorganic Development Strategies
Table 3-41 Zenrin Inorganic Development Strategies
Table 3-42 Lvl 5 Inorganic Development Strategies
Table 3-43 Mapbox Inorganic Development Strategies
Table 3-44 Deepmap Inorganic Development Strategies
Table 3-45 Ushr Inorganic Development Strategies
Table 3-46 Carmera Inorganic Development Strategies
Table 3-47 Momenta Inorganic Development Strategies
Table 3-48 Mapillary Inorganic Development Strategies
Table 5-1 Cmos Image Sensor Suppliers - Partnership Mapping
Table 5-2 Partnership Mapping - Oems & Models, Tier 1S, Camera System Suppliers, And Image Sensor Suppliers
Table 5-3 Mono Camera Suppliers Mapping
Table 5-4 Stereo Camera Suppliers Mapping
Table 5-5 Night Vision Camera Supplier Mapping
Table 5-6 Driver Monitoring System Companies Partnerships In Autonomous Driving Industry


List of Figures
Figure 1-1 Image Sensors Shipment, 2018 - 2020
Figure 1-2 Image Sensors And Vision Processors Market, 2019
Figure 1-3 Image Sensor Sales Breakdown By Technology Type, 2019
Figure 3-1 Society Of Automotive Engineers (Sae) Levels Of Automation
Figure 3-2 The U.K. Representation Of The Sae Levels
Figure 3-3 R&D Expense Ratio Of Leading Automotive Oems
Figure 3-4 R&D Expense Ratio Of Leading Automotive Suppliers In Autonomous Driving Industry
Figure 3-5 Autonomous Vehicle Readiness Index Scores By Country
Figure 3-6 Government’S Role Index Score In Country’S Role In Country’S Av Readiness
Figure 3-7 Social Acceptance Index Score In Country’S Av Readiness
Figure 3-8 Ease Of Adoption Score For Country’S Av Readiness
Figure 3-9 Technological Advancements Score For Country’S Av Readiness
Figure 4-1 Oem Passenger Cars And Robotic Vehicle Sales, Breakdown By Levels Of Automation, 2018 - 2030
Figure 4-2 ADAS/Level 1 Equipped Car Sales Forecast
Figure 4-3 Level 1 Car Sales - By Region, 2019 And 2030
Figure 4-4 Top Level 1 Car Sales Markets
Figure 4-5 Partial Automated Cars / Level 2 Cars Sales, Growth, And Market Penetration Snapshot
Figure 4-6 Top Level 2 / Partial Automated Cars Markets, 2019 And 2030
Figure 4-7 Level 2/ Partial Automated Car Sales - By Region, 2019
Figure 4-8Level 3 Car Sales And Market Penetration Snapshot
Figure 4-9 Top Level 3 Cars Markets, 2021 And 2030
Figure 4-10 Level 3 / Conditional Automated Car Sales - By Region, 2021 And 2030
Figure 4-11 Level 4 And 5 Car Sales Demand Estimation And Forecast Snapshot
Figure 4-12 Highly Autonomous Cars Sales Demand Estimation - By Region, 2030
Figure 4-13 Top Markets For Level 4 And 5 Cars, 2025 And 2030
Figure 4-14 Robotic Vehicle Sales Demand Forecast, 2019 - 2030
Figure 5-1 Camera Sensing Technology Comparison
Figure 5-2 ADAS Functions Served By Camera Technologies
Figure 5-3 Automotive Image Sensor Suppliers Market Share, 2018 (%)
Figure 5-4 Imaging Players Ecosystem In ADAS And Autonomous Driving Industry
Figure 5-5 Mono Camera Module Sales Demand, 2018 - 2030
Figure 5-6 Forward Mono Camera Sales Demand By Levels Of Automation, 2019 - 2030
Figure 5-7 Mono Camera Market Size, 2019 - 2030
Figure 5-8 Forward Mono Camera Market Size By Levels Of Automation, 2019 - 2030
Figure 5-9 Forward Stereo Camera Sales, 2019 - 2030
Figure 5-10 Forward Stereo Camera Market Size And Pricing Trend, By Levels Of Automation
Figure 5-11 Forward Stereo Camera Sales Demand, By Levels Of Automation
Figure 5-12 Forward ADAS Trifocal Camera Sales Demand
Figure 5-13 Thermal Camera Sales Demand, 2018 - 2030
Figure 5-14 Thermal Camera Adoption Trend By Levels Of Automation
Figure 5-16 Thermal Camera Pricing Trend, 2019 - 2030
Figure 5-16 Thermal Camera Market Size, 2019 - 2030
Figure 5-17 Driver Monitoring Camera Sales Demand And Market Size, 2019 - 2030
Figure 5-18 Dash Camera Sales Demand And Market Size, 2019 - 2030

Companies Mentioned

  • 510 Systems
  • Adasens
  • AdaSKy
  • AIRY3D
  • Ambarella
  • ARM
  • Audatex
  • Autonomos
  • Baidu
  • BlackVue
  • Bosch
  • Brightwayvision
  • Broadmann
  • C-Tower
  • Calin Tcehnology
  • Carnegie Robotics
  • Caruma Technologies
  • CarVi
  • Chronocam
  • CMOSIS
  • CogniVue
  • Control-Tec
  • CortexLabs
  • Cox
  • Cretif
  • Cruise Automation
  • Cypress Semiconductors
  • Denso
  • Embedded Vision Systems
  • eyeris
  • Fastree 3D
  • Fenderhawk
  • Ficosa
  • Flir Systems
  • Fuji Heavy Industries
  • Fujinon
  • Gardian optical Technologies
  • Garmin
  • Genesys
  • GESO
  • Google
  • Great Changes
  • Guardian Optical Technologies
  • Guardvant
  • Haesung Optics
  • HealthyRoad
  • IEE
  • Intello Transpo
  • Ionterra
  • IPROC
  • itseez
  • Kalray
  • Kappa
  • Kyocera
  • Largan
  • Leopard Imaging
  • LightMetrics
  • LyfeLens
  • Lytx
  • mcnex
  • Micron
  • Microsoft
  • Myakiatto
  • New Imaging Technologies
  • Nexvision
  • Ocular Robotics
  • OmniVision
  • OPGAL
  • Optalert
  • Photoneo
  • PixelPlus
  • PLK Technologies
  • PMDTechnologies
  • RoadAngel
  • RoadEyes
  • Roadsense
  • SarmoTek
  • Satir
  • Seegrid Corporation
  • Seeing Machine
  • Sekonix
  • Senso Optics
  • Silterra
  • SK Hynix
  • Smart Eye
  • Smartautolabs
  • SmartDrive Systems
  • smarteye
  • SmartRay
  • Sunex
  • Sunfleet
  • Sunny Optical Technologies
  • Teledyne Dalsa
  • Towerjazz
  • UURMI
  • Valeo
  • vayyar
  • Veoneer
  • Vicomtech-IK4
  • VisLab
  • Zendrive
  • Zenuity (Autoliv & Volvo)
  • ZF Group (ZF TRW)