Driver Monitoring Systems (DMS) providers can use the regional regulatory framework to develop low-cost versions of their solutions tailored to deliver the Euro NCAP and European Commission basic requirements for mass-market OEMs that are not looking for differentiation.
OEMs can select the most suitable sensing and processing technologies as well as platform providers for their DMS implementation projects.
DMS providers planning significant investments in new sensing and processing technologies can use the shipments and revenue forecasts to calculate and justify ROI.
Critical Questions Answered
What is the revenue opportunity of embedded and aftermarket DMS?
How and when will the private vehicle's vertical DMS revenue outgrow the commercial vehicle's vertical revenue?
What is the market opportunity for camera-based Occupant Monitoring Systems (OMS)?
What is the impact of upcoming regulation for DMS and OMS adoption?
What are the possible DMS applications in vehicles with different automation levels (SAE Level 0 to 5)?
Comprehensive assessment of market trends and competitive landscape, covering offerings from twelve DMS providers and seven automakers.
In-depth analysis of current and upcoming legal requirements in four different regions.
Ten years DMS and OMS shipment and revenue forecasts covering the private and commercial vehicle verticals.
Who Should Read This?
Decision-makers within OEMs who are responsible for the implementation of in-vehicle new technologies.
Innovation leaders and software developers within DMS vendors.
Planners within the OEMs, Tier 1 and software provider that need to map the short-term strategy to meet the ascending demand within the next two years.