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Advanced Driver Assistance Systems: Driver Monitoring, Adaptive Cruise Control, Collision Warning, Lane Departure, Blind Spot, and Night Vision Systems

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are entering a new phase in production that shows a shift from availability solely on luxury and executive vehicles to their introduction into higher volume products. Along with the growth in volume, the sensor prices have been coming down in cost as silicon fabrication efficiencies are implemented. Additional functionality and multiple features from sensors are expected to provide customers with greater incentive to choose ADAS options when specifying new vehicles over the next few years. This overview report captures the important highlights of six recent individual ADAS reports completed since the beginning of 4Q10. The tables originated from ABI Research's Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Market Data, but the time frame has been extended to 2020 and the assumptions have been updated. While the majority of this report is a high-level summary of the six other reports, the longer time frame is new to automotive, and will be featured in updates to all future reports.

Table of Contents

  • Top Line Forecast
  • 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • 2. MARKET AND BUSINESS ISSUES
    • 2.1. The Issue of Driver Distraction
    • 2.2. The Particular Issues of Night Driving
    • 2.3. The Cost of Distracted Drivers
    • 2.4. Accident Analysis
    • 2.5. Safety
    • 2.6. Safety Research
    • 2.7. Speed Limits
    • 2.8. Recently Implemented and Planned Legislation
    • 2.9. Government Incentives
    • 2.10. Commercial vs. Consumer Driving
    • 2.11. A Difficult Sell
    • 2.12. Driver Benefits
    • 2.13. Improving Driver Skills
    • 2.14. Impact on Insurance
    • 2.15. Brand Image Enhancement
    • 2.16. Financial Benefits
    • 2.17. The Human-machine Interface Is Critical
  • 3. TECHNOLOGY ISSUES
    • 3.1. Monitoring the Driver
    • 3.2. Research Programs
    • 3.3. Speed Control Systems
    • 3.4. Adaptive Cruise Control
    • 3.5. Intelligent Speed Adaption
    • 3.6. Collision Prevention Systems
    • 3.7. Collision Warning Systems
    • 3.8. Collision Mitigation Systems
    • 3.9. Pedestrian Detection
    • 3.10. Current CW Testing Status
    • 3.11. Aftermarket
    • 3.12. Lane Departure Systems
    • 3.13. Mitigation: Lane Keeping
    • 3.14. LDW Aftermarket
    • 3.15. Road Sign Recognition
    • 3.16. Blind Spot Detection Systems
    • 3.17. BSD Warning Systems
    • 3.18. BSD Mitigation
    • 3.19. Rear Cross Traffic Alert
    • 3.20. Lane Change Support
    • 3.21. BSD Sensors
    • 3.22. BSD Camera
    • 3.23. BSD Radar
    • 3.24. BSD Light Detection and Ranging (Lidar)
    • 3.25. BSD Ultrasonic
    • 3.26. BSD Aftermarket
    • 3.27. Night Vision Systems
    • 3.28. Detecting Infrared Light
    • 3.29. Active Infrared Systems
    • 3.30. Passive Infrared Systems
    • 3.31. The Ever-present Cost Issue
    • 3.32. Advanced Headlights
    • 3.33. Sensors
    • 3.34. Camera Sensors
    • 3.35. Human-machine Interface
    • 3.36. ITS and Dedicated Short Range Communications
    • 3.37. Infrastructure (V2I)
    • 3.38. Vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V)
  • 4. KEY INDUSTRY PLAYERS
    • 4.1. Manufacturers
    • 4.2. Audi AG
    • 4.3. BMW AG
    • 4.4. Chrysler LLC
    • 4.5. Daimler AG
    • 4.6. Fiat S.p.A.
    • 4.7. Ford Motor Company
    • 4.8. General Motors Company
    • 4.9. Honda Motor Company
    • 4.10. Hyundai Motor Company
    • 4.11. Jaguar Land Rover
    • 4.12. Mazda Motor Corporation
    • 4.13. Mitsubishi Motors
    • 4.14. Nissan Motor Company
    • 4.15. Porsche AG
    • 4.16. PSA Peugeot Citroën
    • 4.17. Renault S.A.
    • 4.18. Rolls-Royce Motor Cars
    • 4.19. Saab Automobile AB
    • 4.20. Subaru
    • 4.21. Toyota Motor Corporation
    • 4.22. Volkswagen AG
    • 4.23. Volvo Car Corporation
    • 4.24. Tier 1 Suppliers
    • 4.25. Aisin Group
    • 4.26. Audiovox
    • 4.27. Autoliv, Inc
    • 4.28. Automotive Lighting
    • 4.29. Bendix
    • 4.30. Continental Automotive Systems
    • 4.31. Delphi
    • 4.32. Denso
    • 4.33. Ficosa
    • 4.34. Hella KG Hueck and Company
    • 4.35. Iteris
    • 4.36. Johnson Controls
    • 4.37. Knorr-Bremse
    • 4.38. Magna Electronics
    • 4.39. Magneti Marelli
    • 4.40. Robert Bosch GmbH
    • 4.41. SMR
    • 4.42. TRW
    • 4.43. Valeo
    • 4.44. Visteon
    • 4.45. Lower Tier Suppliers
    • 4.46. Canesta
    • 4.47. DriveCam
    • 4.48. Elbit Systems
    • 4.49. FLIR Systems
    • 4.50. Freescale Semiconductor
    • 4.51. Greenroad Technologies
    • 4.52. IEE SA
    • 4.53. Infineon Technologies
    • 4.54. L-3 Communications
    • 4.55. Melexis
    • 4.56. Mobileye N.V.
    • 4.57. OmniVision
    • 4.58. Omron Automotive
    • 4.59. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
    • 4.60. NXP Semiconductors N.V.
    • 4.61. Ricardo, Inc
    • 4.62. Seeing Machines
    • 4.63. Sensata
    • 4.64. Seon Design
    • 4.65. Sirica
    • 4.66. SmartDrive Systems
    • 4.67. Smart Eye AB
    • 4.68. Takata
    • 4.69. Tecnalia-Automoción
    • 4.70. Viewnyx
    • 4.71. Research Programs
    • 4.72. Virginia Tech Transportation Institute
    • 4.73. University of Florida
    • 4.74. Centro Ricerche Fiat S.C.p.A.
    • 4.75. INRIA-Rocquencourt
    • 4.76. Fraunhofer Institute
    • 4.77. Government Bodies
    • 4.78. ERTICO
    • 4.79. European Commission
    • 4.80. International Transport Forum
    • 4.81. NHTSA
    • 4.82. Other Organizations
    • 4.83. ACEA
    • 4.84. ALD Automotive
    • 4.85. Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers
    • 4.86. CLEPA
    • 4.87. EARPA
    • 4.88. EUCAR
  • 5. MARKET FORECASTS
    • 5.1. Forecasting Assumptions Overview
    • 5.2. North America
    • 5.3. Asia-Pacific
    • 5.4. Western Europe
    • 5.5. Rest of World
    • 5.6. Trends by ADAS Function
    • 5.7. DMS
    • 5.8. ACC
    • 5.9. ISA
    • 5.10. CWM
    • 5.11. PD
    • 5.12. LDW
    • 5.13. RSR
    • 5.14. BSD
    • 5.15. NV
    • 5.16. AH
  • 6. COMPANY DIRECTORY
  • 7. ACRONYMS
  • 8. LINKS TO RELATED RESEARCH
    • 8.1. Scope of Study
    • 8.2. Sources and Methodology
    • 8.3. Notes

Charts

  1. ADAS Value World Region, by Function, Forecast: 2010 to 2020
  2. ADAS Overall Value
  3. Driver Monitoring System Installations
  4. Driver Monitoring System Installations by Type
  5. Driver Monitoring System Value by Region
  6. Adaptive Cruise Control System Installations
  7. Adaptive Cruise Control System Market Value
  8. Intelligent Speed Assist System Installations
  9. Intelligent Speed Assist System Market Value
  10. Front Collision Warning System Installations
  11. Front Collision Warning System Market Value
  12. Pedestrian Detection System Installations
  13. Pedestrian Detection System Market Value
  14. Lane Departure Warning System Installations
  15. Lane Departure Warning System Market Value
  16. Road Sign Recognition System Installations
  17. Road Sign Recognition System Market Value
  18. Blind Spot Detection System Installations
  19. Blind Spot Detection System Market Value
  20. Night Vision System Installations
  21. Night Vision System Market Value
  22. Adaptive Headlight System Installations
  23. Adaptive Headlight System Market Value

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Research Information

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  • Publish Date 4Q 2011
  • Research Type Research Report Report
  • Code RR-ADAS-11
  • Pages 104
  • Tables 35
  • Charts 45
  • File Formats Excel PDF Powerpoint

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