In-vehicle Connectivity and Networking

The explosion of in-vehicle sensors for ADAS and automated driving, the adoption of connected infotainment, the emergence of drive-by-wire, and the integration of portable devices poses new challenges for in-vehicle networking technologies in terms of cost, bandwidth, and complexity. As a result Ethernet is being considered as a replacement for legacy bus protocols such as MOST and FlexRay, Bluetooth Low Energy and High Speed 802.11ac Wi-Fi for connecting smartphones and wearables, and wired broadband MHL for rear-seat infotainment.

This study provides an overview of all wired and wireless in-vehicle networking technologies, main vendors, drivers and benefits of new standards and protocols and shipment and penetration forecasts for bus protocols (CAN, LIN, MOST, FlexRay, and Ethernet), wired connectivity (USB, MHL), and wireless connectivity (Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC).

  • 1. THE CASE FOR NEXT-GENERATION IN-VEHICLE NETWORKING
    • 1.1. Introduction: New Connected Car Paradigms
    • 1.2. Drivers for and Benefits of Next-generation In-vehicle Networking Technologies
    • 1.3. Traditional In-vehicle Networking
    • 1.4. The Adoption of Mobile and Consumer Electronics Technologies
  • 2. IN-VEHICLE CONNECTIVITY AND NETWORKING TECHNOLOGIES
    • 2.1. In-Vehicle Networking Technology Types and Categories
    • 2.2. Vehicle Wiring Harness and Vehicle Networking Architecture
    • 2.3. CAN (Controller Area Network)
    • 2.4. OBD-II/EOBD
    • 2.5. D2B
    • 2.6. FlexRay
    • 2.7. MOST
    • 2.8. LIN
    • 2.9. LVDS
    • 2.10. APIX
    • 2.11. Jaspar
    • 2.12. AUTOSAR
    • 2.13. Ethernet
    • 2.14. IP
    • 2.15. HDMI and MHL
    • 2.16. USB
    • 2.17. Bluetooth
    • 2.18. Wi-Fi
    • 2.19. RFID
    • 2.20. NFC
    • 2.21. Proprietary RF
    • 2.22. DC-BUS
    • 2.23. Wireless Power
    • 2.24. Others
  • 3. FORECASTS
    • 3.1. Vehicle Bus Standards
    • 3.2. Wired In-vehicle Connectivity Standards
    • 3.3. Wireless In-vehicle Connectivity Standards
  • 4. IN-CAR CONNECTIVITY AND NETWORKING ECOSYSTEM
    • 4.1. Qualcomm
    • 4.2. Broadcom
    • 4.3. Harman
    • 4.4. Silicon Image
    • 4.5. Pioneer
    • 4.6. Panasonic
    • 4.7. Clarion
    • 4.8. JVCKENWOOD
    • 4.9. BMW
    • 4.10. PSA
    • 4.11. Ford
    • 4.12. Toyota
    • 4.13. General Motors
    • 4.14. Volkswagen
    • 4.15. Daimler
    • 4.16. Volvo
    • 4.17. Hyundai
    • 4.18. NXP
    • 4.19. Renesas
    • 4.20. Continental
    • 4.21. Bosch
    • 4.22. Elektrobit
    • 4.23. Movimento
    • 4.24. Freescale

Charts

  1. New Vehicle Shipments with In-vehicle Bus Standards by Type, World Market, Forecast: 2012 to 2020
  2. Penetration of In-vehicle Bus Standards in New Vehicles by Type, World Market, Forecast: 2012 to 2020
  3. New Vehicle Shipments with Wired Connectivity Standards by Type, World Market, Forecast: 2012 to 2020
  4. Penetration of Wired Connectivity Standards in New Vehicles by Type, World Market, Forecast: 2012 to 2020
  5. New Vehicle Shipments with Wireless Connectivity Standards by Type, World Market, Forecast: 2012 to 2020
  6. Penetration of Wireless Connectivity Standards in New Vehicles by Type, World Market, Forecast: 2012 to 2020

Figures

  1. New Connected Car Paradigms
  2. Legacy In-vehicle Networking Bus Protocols
  3. Legacy Technologies
  4. Automotive Wiring Harness
  5. Role of CAN as In-vehicle Bus Backbone
  6. MOST Applications
  7. Central Gateway/In-vehicle Networking, World Market: 2013
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Research Information

Price
Starting at USD 4500
Publish Date
1Q 2014
Code
AN-1624
Research Type
Technology Analysis Report
Pages
22