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Insight on North American OEM ADAS Sensor Strategies

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Insight on North American OEM ADAS Sensor Strategies
Published: September 30, 2016 Content info: 48 Pages
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Market Leader to be the Next in Line with the Introduction of Semi-autonomous Features in the North American Market

While OEMs are racing toward achieving level 4 and 5 automation features in their vehicles in North America, there will be major changes and improvements in the ADAS sensors that will be used to achieve the desired features. With this in mind, some OEMs are also looking forward to transforming themselves as mobility service providers rather than remain a conventional OEM. Several key disruptions are expected in the autonomous driving space within the next 5 years.

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Product Code: K0FD-18

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1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • Key Questions this Study will Answer
  • NA OEM Approach for Step-wise Introduction of Autonomous Driving
  • Overview of Active Safety and Autonomous Driving Feature Availability
  • Overview of Active Safety and Autonomous Driving Feature Availability (continued)
  • Automotive Sensors-Performance and Qualitative Benefits

2. RESEARCH SCOPE AND SEGMENTATION

  • Research Scope
  • Vehicle Segmentation

3. FORD MOTOR GROUP-FORD AND LINCOLN

  • Ford Motor Co.-Autonomous Driving Vision
  • Sensor Suite-Current Generation Versus Future Expectation
  • Ford Group-Functional Roadmap
  • Ford-Functional Timeline: Toward Level 5 Automation
  • Model-wise ADAS Capabilities-Major Models
  • Ford-Penetration Rates of Key ADAS Sensors
  • Ford Motor Co.-Sensor Suite Strategy: Production Vehicle

4. FIAT CHRYSLER AUTOMOBILES-FIAT, CHRYSLER, JEEP, DODGE, RAM

  • FCA Strategy
  • Sensor Suite-Current Generation Versus Future Expectation
  • FCA-Functional Roadmap
  • FCA-Functional Timeline
  • Model-wise ADAS Capability-Current
  • FCA-Penetration Rates of Key ADAS Sensors
  • FCA-Sensor Suite Strategy: Production Vehicle

5. GENERAL MOTORS-BUICK, CHRYSLER, CHEVROLET, GMC

  • GM-Autonomous Driving Strategy
  • GM-Functional Timeline: Toward Level 5 Automation
  • Sensor Suite-Current Generation Versus Future Expectation
  • GM-Functional Roadmap
  • Model-wise ADAS Capability-Current
  • GM-Penetration Rates of Key ADAS Sensors
  • GM-Sensor Suit Strategy: Production vehicle

6. TESLA MOTORS, INC.

  • Tesla Motors-Autonomous Driving Capabilities
  • Over-the-Air Updates-Standout Point of Technology
  • Tesla-Autopilot
  • Sensor Suite-Current Generation Versus Future Expectation

7. VITAL CONCLUSIONS AND OUTLOOK FOR THE FUTURE

  • Vital Conclusions and Takeaways
  • Legal Disclaimer

8. APPENDIX

  • Major Assumptions
  • Market Engineering Methodology
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