In-Vehicle Networking Technologies

Price: Starting at USD 3,000
Publish Date: 16 Dec 2019
Code: PT-2238
Research Type: Presentation
Pages: 52
In-Vehicle Networking Technologies
RELATED SERVICE: Smart Mobility & Automotive
Actionable Benefits

Actionable Benefits

  • Develop a strategy to build future proof architectures that can enable future connected and autonomous vehicle applications.
  • Gain strategic insight into future in-vehicle networking (IVN) requirements, and how these are driven by autonomous and connected car technology trends.
  • Identify which new networking technologies can support future IVN requirements.
  • Identify key vendors and industry associations advancing secure, high-throughput, low-latency IVN protocols.
  • Anticipate transition from flat topologies through to zonal architectures.
Critical Questions Answered

Critical Questions Answered

  • How will connected and autonomous vehicle trends drive in-vehicle network requirements?
  • What are the IVN requirements for domain controller and zonal architectures?
  • Which protocols can fulfill future requirements?
  • Which current protocols will face displacement by Ethernet and when?
Research Highlights

Research Highlights

  • Overview of CAN, LIN, MOST, FlexRay, Ethernet and HDBaseT protocols.
  • Analysis of domain controller and zonal architectures.
  • Ethernet port forecast.
  • Timeline of architecture changes up to 2030.
Who Should Read This?

Who Should Read This?

  • Strategic decision-makers in the network semiconductor vendors.
  • Decision makers within Tier 1 suppliers and OEMs.
  • Automotive product managers at network semiconductor vendors.

Table of Contents


Overview of IVN Protocols

Legacy Architectures

Limitations and Advantages
Future IVN Requirements

Next Generation Architectures

Domain Controllers
Features and Advantages

Future Architectures

Zonal Architectures
Features and Advantages
IVN Requirements


Key Future IVN Vendors
Key Future IVN Industry Bodies

Market Opportunity Forecast

Summary of Market Trends
IVN Connections Forecast
Ethernet Port Forecast
Ethernet Revenue Forecast