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ADAS市場:システム別(ACC、DMS、IPA、PDS、TJA、FCW、CTA、RSR、LDW、AEB、BSD)、コンポーネント別(レーダー、LiDAR、超音波、カメラユニット)、車両別(PC、LCV、バス、トラック)、自動化レベル別(L1、L2・L3、L4、L5)、提供別、EV別、地域別 - 2030年までの世界予測

ADAS Market by System (ACC, DMS, IPA, PDS, TJA, FCW, CTA, RSR, LDW, AEB, & BSD), Component (Radar, LiDAR, Ultrasonic, & Camera Unit), Vehicle (PC, LCV, Bus, & Truck), Level of Autonomy (L1, L2&3, L4, L5), Offering, EV, and Region - Global Forecast to 2030

 

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この調査レポートはADAS市場を分析・予測したMarketsandMarketsの市場調査報告書です。

Overview

“Stringent vehicle safety regulations are driving the growth of the ADAS market.”
The global ADAS market size is projected to grow from USD 27.0 billion in 2020 to USD 83.0 billion by 2030, at a CAGR of 11.9%. Safety features are an important prerequisite for automotive customers across the world. Governments across the world have mandated the incorporation of features such as lane departure warning (LDW) and automatic emergency braking (AEB). Different types of safety features have, therefore, been developed to assist drivers and lower the number of accidents.
“Growing demand for safety and driving assistance systems likely to drive the growth of the ADAS market during the forecast period”
The automotive industry is witnessing a rapid evolution of safety features, which is expected to increase exponentially in the coming years to provide a safer and more convenient driving experience. Major OEMs such as Toyota and Honda are launching more vehicles with features such as blind spot detection, rear cross traffic, lane keep assist, forward collision warning, and automatic emergency braking as a standard. OEMs such as Cadillac, Tesla, Nissan, and Audi are currently developing L3 driving systems for their upcoming models. The increasing demand for sophisticated cruise control and driving comfort features has also fueled the safety systems market. Transforming a vehicle into a self-driving one could help reduce errors caused by drivers. As per the NHTSA, the total number of fatalities due to road accidents in the US was 36,560 in 2018. ADAS could play a crucial role in reducing this number and lead to a safe, productive, and efficient driving experience. Active safety systems such as blind spot detection (BSD), automatic emergency braking (AEB), and lane departure warning (LDW) play a major role in automated driving technology today.
Demand for luxury vehicles will further strengthen the demand for ADAS during the forecast period. Several economies around the world have recovered from the 2008 recession. Higher growth rates have been observed in developing countries such as China and India, among others. The standard of living has also improved in developing countries, along with a considerable rise in spending power. German auto brands such as Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and Audi dominate the global luxury car market. The change in consumer preferences has increased the demand for better products, which has positively affected the sales of premium cars across the globe. For instance, major BMW’s automotive division recorded growth in 2019, despite the slowdown in the global automotive market. The division registered a growth of 6.8% in 2019 due to increasing deliveries in the luxury cars segment. Its subsidiary, Rolls Royce, sold 5,100 units, an increase of 21.6%, compared to 4,194 units, a year earlier, while the production volume increased by 25.3%. Similarly, the group sold more BMW branded vehicles in 2019 than in 2018. Safety innovations are first introduced in the luxury and premium car segments, and this rise in sales will act as a driver for the ADAS market.

“North America is projected to play a major role in the ADAS market during the forecast period.”
The North American region has been studied for the US, Canada, and Mexico. The ADAS market in the region is projected to witness significant growth during the forecast period due to the higher penetration of ADAS features in most vehicles here. North American OEMs such as Ford Motors Co., General Motors Co., and Fiat-Chrysler Automotive, along with established European and Asian OEMs such as Toyota (Japan), Nissan (Japan), Honda (Japan), Hyundai/Kia (South Korea), BMW (Germany), and Volkswagen (Germany) offer ADAS features in vehicles. The automotive industry, largely dominated by the US, is one of the most advanced. The US is considered one of the most lucrative markets for ADAS, as it has always been an innovation hub for global automakers. The country houses domestic OEMs such as General Motors and Ford as well as foreign automakers such as FCA Group, Volkswagen, Toyota, and Nissan. These OEMs invest heavily in megatrends, such as connected mobility and autonomous vehicles. Major automakers in the US offer ADAS as standard in most vehicles. According to the NHTSA, 12 OEMs already mandated AEB in 75% of their new passenger car vehicles for the period September 1, 2018, through August 31, 2019. Just 2 years ago, penetration was only 30%. More active initiatives by OEMs would further increase the demand for AEB systems in the country.
The COVID-19 crisis has resulted in manufacturing and supply disruptions in North America, due to which, the automobile industry in the region has experienced a decline in demand with an uncertain recovery timeline. Additionally, OEMs have stopped production across North America, which has resulted in a decline in production as well as sales. Automotive-related high-tech tests that companies were carrying out in the region have also been suspended. For instance, self-driving technology companies, including Waymo, Cruise, and Uber, have suspended autonomous car testing that involves backup drivers. Pony.ai has paused its testing of Robo Taxi in California. This might not change the direction of the automobile industry in the region toward the adoption of autonomous driving, connected services, electric driving, and shared mobility, but the adoption rate might slow down. OEMs are likely to slow down their investment in R&D in the forthcoming quarters of 2020 to maintain revenue flow; this will also affect the intervention of new technologies in the region.
The study contains insights from various industry experts, ranging from component suppliers to Tier 1 companies and OEMs. The break-up of the primaries is as follows:
- By Company Type: OEMs - 30%, Tier 1 - 51%, and Tier 2 - 19%,
- By Designation: CXOs - 31%, Directors - 41%, and Others* - 28%
- By Region: North America - 33%, Europe - 38%, Asia Pacific - 24%, and Rest of the World- 5%
*Others include sales, marketing, and product managers.

The ADAS market comprises major manufacturers such as Robert Bosch (Germany), Continental AG (Germany), ZF Friedrichshafen (Germany), Denso (Japan), Aptiv (UK), Valeo (France), and Magna International (Canada).
Research Coverage:
The study covers the ADAS market across various segments. It aims at estimating the market size and future growth potential of this market across different segments such as system, component, offering, electric vehicle, level of autonomy, vehicle type, and region. The study also includes an in-depth competitive analysis of key players in the market, along with their company profiles, key observations related to product and business offerings, recent developments, and acquisitions.

Key Benefits of Buying the Report:
The report will help leaders/new entrants in this market with information on the closest approximations of the revenue numbers for the overall ADAS market. This report will help stakeholders understand the competitive landscape and gain more insights to better position their businesses and plan suitable go-to-market strategies. The report also helps stakeholders understand the pulse of the market and provides them with information on key market drivers, restraints, challenges, and opportunities.



目次

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 INTRODUCTION 26
1.1 OBJECTIVES OF STUDY 26
1.2 MARKET DEFINITION 27
1.2.1 INCLUSIONS & EXCLUSIONS 27
1.3 MARKET SCOPE 28
1.4 YEARS CONSIDERED FOR THE STUDY 29
1.5 LIMITATIONS 29
1.6 STAKEHOLDERS 29
1.7 SUMMARY OF CHANGES 30
2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 32
2.1 RESEARCH DATA 32
2.2 SECONDARY DATA 33
2.2.1 KEY DATA FROM SECONDARY SOURCES 34
2.3 PRIMARY DATA 35
2.3.1 SAMPLING TECHNIQUES & DATA COLLECTION METHODS 36
2.3.2 PRIMARY PARTICIPANTS 36
2.4 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION 36
2.4.1 ADAS MARKET: BOTTOM-UP APPROACH 37
2.4.2 ADAS MARKET: TOP-DOWN APPROACH 37
2.5 MARKET BREAKDOWN AND DATA TRIANGULATION 40
2.6 ASSUMPTIONS 41
3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 43
4 PREMIUM INSIGHTS 47
4.1 ADAS MARKET TO GROW AT A SIGNIFICANT RATE DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD (2020-2030) 47
4.2 EUROPE ESTIMATED TO LEAD THE GLOBAL ADAS MARKET IN 2020 (VALUE) 48
4.3 ADAS MARKET, BY OFFERING AND VEHICLE TYPE 49
4.4 ADAS MARKET, BY SYSTEM 50
4.5 ADAS MARKET, BY COMPONENT 51
4.6 ADAS MARKET, BY OFFERING 52
4.7 ADAS MARKET, BY LEVEL OF AUTONOMY 52
4.8 ADAS MARKET, BY ELECTRIC VEHICLE TYPE 53
4.9 ADAS MARKET, BY VEHICLE TYPE 53
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5 MARKET OVERVIEW 54
5.1 INTRODUCTION 54
5.2 MARKET DYNAMICS 55
5.2.1 DRIVERS 56
5.2.1.1 Stringent vehicle safety regulations 56
5.2.1.2 Growing demand for safety and driving comfort features 57
5.2.1.3 Demand for luxury vehicles 58
5.2.2 RESTRAINTS 58
5.2.2.1 Lack of required infrastructure in developing countries 58
5.2.3 OPPORTUNITIES 59
5.2.3.1 Emergence of autonomous vehicles 59
5.2.3.2 Rising demand for electric vehicles (EV) 60
5.2.4 CHALLENGES 61
5.2.4.1 High cost of ADAS 61
5.2.4.2 Environmental constraints and security threats 61
5.2.4.3 Maintaining a balance between cost & quality 61
5.2.5 IMPACT OF MARKET DYNAMICS 62
5.3 REVENUE SHIFT DRIVING MARKET GROWTH 63
5.4 REVENUE MISSED: OPPORTUNITIES FOR ADAS SOLUTION PROVIDERS 63
5.5 PORTER’S FIVE FORCES 64
5.6 TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS 65
5.6.1 INTRODUCTION 65
5.6.2 CONJUNCTION OF ADAS, CAMERA, AND AI 65
5.6.3 ADAS APPLICATIONS 66
5.6.4 AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES: CYBERSECURITY AND DATA PRIVACY 67
5.6.5 CELLULAR V2X (C-V2X) 67
5.6.5.1 LTE-V2X 68
5.6.5.2 5G-V2X 68
5.7 VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS 69
5.8 ECOSYSTEM ANALYSIS 70
5.9 PRICING ANALYSIS 71
5.10 CASE STUDY ANALYSIS 71
5.10.1 GENERAL MOTORS 71
5.10.2 MPILOT PARKING 72
5.11 DEMOCRATIZATION OF ADAS SOLUTIONS 72
5.12 ADAS MARKET SCENARIO (2020-2030) 73
5.12.1 MOST LIKELY SCENARIO 74
5.12.2 OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO 75
5.12.3 PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO 75
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6 COVID ? 19 IMPACT 76
6.1 OEM ANNOUNCEMENTS 76
6.2 TIER 1 MANUFACTURER ANNOUNCEMENTS 77
6.3 IMPACT ON GLOBAL AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY 77
6.4 IMPACT ON GLOBAL ADAS MARKET 78
6.4.1 IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON ADAS AND AUTONOMOUS DRIVING SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT 78
7 ADAS MARKET, BY COMPONENT 81
7.1 INTRODUCTION 82
7.1.1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 83
7.1.2 OPERATIONAL DATA 84
7.1.3 ASSUMPTIONS 84
7.2 KEY PRIMARY INSIGHTS 84
7.3 CAMERA UNIT 85
7.3.1 ADOPTION OF CAMERA-BASED VISION SYSTEMS IS INCREASING 85
7.4 LIDAR 88
7.4.1 DECREASING LIDAR COST DRIVES MARKET GROWTH 89
7.5 RADAR SENSOR 92
7.5.1 SHIFT TOWARD LONG-RANGE RADAR SENSORS DRIVES THE MARKET 92
7.6 ULTRASONIC SENSOR 95
7.6.1 INCREASING FOCUS ON BLIND SPOT REDUCTION BOOSTS THE DEMAND FOR ULTRASONIC SENSORS 95
7.7 INFRARED SENSOR 98
7.8 MARKET LEADERS 98
8 ADAS MARKET, BY SYSTEM 99
8.1 INTRODUCTION 100
8.1.1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 102
8.1.2 ASSUMPTIONS 103
8.1.3 KEY PRIMARY INSIGHTS 103
8.2 ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL 103
8.2.1 PENETRATION OF ACC IN MID AND LOWER SEGMENT VEHICLES WILL DRIVE THE MARKET 104
8.3 ADAPTIVE FRONT LIGHT 104
8.3.1 ADVANCEMENTS IN AUTOMOTIVE LIGHTING WILL BOOST DEMAND FOR AFL 105
8.4 AUTOMATIC EMERGENCY BRAKING 105
8.4.1 MANDATES TO INSTALL AEB WILL BOOST DEMAND 106
8.5 BLIND SPOT DETECTION 107
8.5.1 INCREASING DEMAND FOR BLIND SPOT REDUCTION WILL ENHANCE SEGMENT GROWTH 107
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8.6 CROSS TRAFFIC ALERT 108
8.6.1 INCREASING FOCUS ON REVERSE VISION SYSTEMS WILL DRIVE THE DEMAND FOR CTA 108
8.7 DRIVER MONITORING SYSTEM 109
8.7.1 FOCUS ON ELIMINATION OF ACCIDENTS DUE TO DRIVER DROWSINESS WILL BOOST THE MARKET FOR DMS 109
8.8 FORWARD COLLISION WARNING 110
8.8.1 ADOPTION OF COLLISION AVOIDANCE SYSTEMS WILL DRIVE THE FCW SEGMENT 110
8.9 INTELLIGENT PARK ASSIST 111
8.9.1 INCLUSION OF CONVENIENCE FEATURES IN LUXURY VEHICLES DRIVES IPA SEGMENT 111
8.10 LANE DEPARTURE WARNING 112
8.10.1 NEED TO MITIGATE ACCIDENTS DUE TO UNINTENTIONAL STRAYING FROM LANES DRIVES LDW MARKET 112
8.11 NIGHT VISION SYSTEM 113
8.11.1 NEED TO PREVENT ACCIDENTS DUE TO LOW LIGHT CONDITIONS DRIVES THE NVS MARKET 113
8.12 PEDESTRIAN DETECTION SYSTEM 114
8.12.1 NEED FOR PROTECTION OF VULNERABLE ROAD USERS DRIVES PDS SEGMENT GROWTH 114
8.13 ROAD SIGN RECOGNITION 115
8.13.1 RAPID SHIFT TOWARD L3 DRIVING WILL BOOST DEMAND FOR RSR 115
8.14 TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM 116
8.14.1 TPMS MANDATES FURTHER STRENGTHEN SEGMENT GROWTH 116
8.15 TRAFFIC JAM ASSIST 117
8.15.1 DEMAND FOR COMFORTABLE HIGHWAY DRIVING BOOSTS DEMAND FOR TJA 117
8.16 MARKET LEADERS 118
9 ADAS MARKET, BY OFFERING 119
9.1 INTRODUCTION 120
9.1.1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 121
9.1.2 ASSUMPTIONS 121
9.1.3 KEY PRIMARY INSIGHTS 122
9.2 HARDWARE 122
9.2.1 INCREASING DEVELOPMENT IN CAMERA AND RADAR TECHNOLOGY DRIVES HARDWARE SEGMENT 122
9.3 SOFTWARE 123
9.3.1 LOW LATENCY OBJECT DETECTION WOULD BE A KEY ADAS SOFTWARE SOLUTION 123
9.4 MARKET LEADERS 124
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10 ADAS MARKET, BY LEVEL OF AUTONOMY 125
10.1 INTRODUCTION 126
10.1.1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 127
10.1.2 ASSUMPTIONS 127
10.1.3 KEY PRIMARY INSIGHTS 128
10.2 L1 128
10.2.1 HIGHER PENETRATION OF ACC ACROSS MODELS WILL BOOST THE L1 SEGMENT 128
10.3 L2 & L3 129
10.3.1 DEMAND FOR MORE SEMI-AUTONOMOUS FEATURES WILL DRIVE THE MARKET 129
10.4 L4 130
10.4.1 INCREASING DEMAND FOR AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES WILL DRIVE L4 SEGMENT 130
10.5 L5 131
10.5.1 LACK OF STANDARD REGULATION MAJOR CONCERN FOR L5 131
10.6 MARKET LEADERS 132
11 ADAS MARKET, BY ELECTRIC VEHICLE 133
11.1 INTRODUCTION 134
11.1.1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 135
11.1.2 ASSUMPTIONS 136
11.1.3 KEY PRIMARY INSIGHTS 136
11.2 BATTERY ELECTRIC VEHICLE (BEV) 136
11.3 FUEL CELL ELECTRIC VEHICLE (FCEV) 137
11.4 HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLE (HEV) 137
11.5 PLUG-IN HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLE (PHEV) 138
11.6 MARKET LEADERS 138
12 ADAS MARKET, BY VEHICLE TYPE 139
12.1 INTRODUCTION 140
12.1.1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 141
12.1.2 ASSUMPTIONS 142
12.1.3 KEY PRIMARY INSIGHTS 142
12.2 PASSENGER CAR 143
12.2.1 HIGHER PENETRATION OF ADAS IN PASSENGER CAR SEGMENT WILL DRIVE THE MARKET 143
12.3 LIGHT COMMERCIAL VEHICLE 144
12.3.1 INVESTMENT IN PASSENGER CAR-LIKE FEATURES TO DRIVE ADAS MARKET FOR LIGHT COMMERCIAL VEHICLES 144
12.4 TRUCK 145
12.4.1 INCREASING FOCUS ON SAFER AND EFFICIENT LOGISTICS DRIVES ADAS MARKET FOR TRUCKS 145
12.5 BUS 146
12.5.1 GROWING AWARENESS FOR SAFER PUBLIC TRANSPORT WILL DRIVE THE BUS SEGMENT 146
12.6 MARKET LEADERS 147
13 ADAS MARKET, BY REGION 148
13.1 INTRODUCTION 149
13.2 ASIA PACIFIC 151
13.2.1 IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON ASIA PACIFIC ADAS MARKET 151
13.2.2 CHINA 155
13.2.2.1 China vehicle production data 155
13.2.2.2 China: Decline in vehicle production due to COVID-19 155
13.2.2.3 China: Decline in vehicle Sales due to COVID-19 155
13.2.2.4 High vehicle production would drive the market in China 156
13.2.3 INDIA 157
13.2.3.1 India vehicle production data 157
13.2.3.2 India: Decline in vehicle production due to COVID-19 157
13.2.3.3 India: Decline in vehicle Sales due to COVID-19 157
13.2.3.4 Increasing presence of global OEMs would have a positive impact on the market in India 158
13.2.4 JAPAN 158
13.2.4.1 Japan vehicle production data 159
13.2.4.2 Japan: Decline in vehicle production due to COVID-19 159
13.2.4.3 Japan: Decline in vehicle sales due to COVID-19 159
13.2.4.4 Standardization of ADAS features by Japanese OEMs expected to drive the market 159
13.2.5 SOUTH KOREA 160
13.2.5.1 South Korea vehicle production data 161
13.2.5.2 AEB and LDW regulations imposed by South Korean government to drive demand 161
13.2.6 THAILAND 162
13.2.6.1 Thailand vehicle production data 162
13.2.6.2 Thailand: Decline in vehicle production due to COVID-19 162
13.2.6.3 Thailand: Decline in vehicle sales due to COVID-19 162
13.2.6.4 Localization of vehicle production will have a major impact on ADAS market in Thailand 163
13.2.7 REST OF ASIA PACIFIC 164
13.2.7.1 Emerging economies such as Taiwan and Indonesia will witness major growth 164
13.3 EUROPE 165
13.3.1 IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON THE EUROPEAN ADAS MARKET 165
13.3.2 GERMANY 169
13.3.2.1 Germany vehicle production data 169
13.3.2.2 Germany: Decline in vehicle production due to COVID-19 169
13.3.2.3 Germany: Decline in vehicle sales due to COVID-19 169
13.3.2.4 Innovation from German OEMs will propel the demand for ADAS 170
13.3.3 FRANCE 170
13.3.3.1 France vehicle production data 171
13.3.3.2 France: Decline in vehicle production due to COVID-19 171
13.3.3.3 France: Decline in vehicle sales due to COVID-19 171
13.3.3.4 AEB and LDW mandates for commercial vehicles will drive the market in France 171
13.3.4 ITALY 172
13.3.4.1 Italy vehicle production data 172
13.3.4.2 Italy: Decline in vehicle production due to COVID-19 173
13.3.4.3 Italy: Decline in vehicle sales due to COVID-19 173
13.3.4.4 Consumer demand for more driver assistance features will impact the market positively in Italy 173
13.3.5 RUSSIA 174
13.3.5.1 Russia vehicle production data 174
13.3.5.2 Russia: Decline in vehicle production due to COVID-19 174
13.3.5.3 Increasing ADAS penetration in the passenger car segment will fuel the Russian market 174
13.3.6 UK 175
13.3.6.1 UK vehicle production data 176
13.3.6.2 UK: Decline in vehicle production due to COVID-19 176
13.3.6.3 UK: Decline in vehicle sales due to COVID-19 176
13.3.6.4 Focus on vehicle export will fuel the demand for ADAS in the UK 176
13.3.7 TURKEY 177
13.3.7.1 Turkey vehicle production data 177
13.3.7.2 Turkey: Decline in vehicle production due to COVID-19 177
13.3.7.3 Turkey: Decline in vehicle sales due to COVID-19 178
13.3.7.4 Innovations to enhance driving comfort are expected to drive the market in Turkey 178
13.3.8 SPAIN 179
13.3.8.1 Spain vehicle production data 179
13.3.8.2 Spain: Decline in vehicle production due to COVID-19 179
13.3.8.3 Spain: Decline in vehicle sales due to COVID-19 179
13.3.8.4 Adoption of advanced safety systems will drive the Spanish ADAS market 180
13.3.9 REST OF EUROPE 180
13.3.9.1 Increasing adoption of electric vehicles in other European countries will drive the market 181
13.4 NORTH AMERICA 181
13.4.1 IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON NORTH AMERICAN ADAS MARKET 182
13.4.2 US 184
13.4.2.1 US vehicle production data 184
13.4.2.2 US: Decline in vehicle production due to COVID-19 185
13.4.2.3 US: Decline in vehicle sales due to COVID-19 185
13.4.2.4 Developments in autonomous driving will drive the US market 185
13.4.3 CANADA 186
13.4.3.1 Canada vehicle production data 186
13.4.3.2 Canada: Decline in vehicle production due to COVID-19 187
13.4.3.3 Canada: Decline in vehicle sales due to COVID-19 187
13.4.3.4 L3 driving system development will boost the demand in Canada 187
13.4.4 MEXICO 188
13.4.4.1 Mexico vehicle production data 188
13.4.4.2 Mexico: Decline in vehicle production due to COVID-19 188
13.4.4.3 Mexico: Decline in vehicle sales due to COVID-19 188
13.4.4.4 Focus on light truck production will drive demand in Mexico 189
13.5 REST OF THE WORLD (ROW) 190
13.5.1 BRAZIL 191
13.5.1.1 Brazil vehicle production data 191
13.5.1.2 Brazil: Decline in vehicle production due to COVID-19 191
13.5.1.3 Brazil: Decline in vehicle sales due to COVID-19 192
13.5.1.4 Favorable government regulations fuel demand in Brazil 192
13.5.2 SOUTH AFRICA 193
13.5.2.1 South Africa: vehicle production data 193
13.5.2.2 South Africa: Decline in vehicle production due to COVID-19 193
13.5.2.3 South Africa: Decline in vehicle sales due to COVID-19 193
13.5.2.4 Adoption of safety systems will drive the South African market 194
13.5.3 OTHERS IN ROW 194
13.5.3.1 New investments and presence of major automotive players to drive market in other RoW countries 194
14 RECOMMENDATIONS BY MARKETSANDMARKETS 196
14.1 ASIA PACIFIC WILL BE A MAJOR MARKET FOR ADAS 196
14.2 INCREASING DEVELOPMENT IN SEMI-AUTONOMOUS AND AUTONOMOUS DRIVING WILL BE KEY FOCUS AREAS FOR AUTOMAKERS 197
14.3 CONCLUSION 197
15 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 198
15.1 MARKET EVALUATION FRAMEWORK 198
15.2 OVERVIEW 199
15.3 MARKET RANKING ANALYSIS 199
15.4 MARKET EVALUATION FRAMEWORK: REVENUE ANALYSIS OF TOP 5 PLAYERS 200
15.5 COMPETITIVE LEADERSHIP MAPPING 201
15.5.1 STAR 201
15.5.2 EMERGING LEADERS 201
15.5.3 PERVASIVE 201
15.5.4 EMERGING COMPANIES 201
15.6 COVID-19 IMPACT ON ADAS SOLUTION PROVIDERS 202
15.7 STRENGTH OF PRODUCT PORTFOLIO: ADAS SOLUTION PROVIDERS 204
15.8 BUSINESS STRATEGY EXCELLENCE: ADAS SOLUTION PROVIDERS 205
15.9 STRENGTH OF PRODUCT PORTFOLIO: ADAS STARTUPS 207
15.10 BUSINESS STRATEGY EXCELLENCE: ADAS STARTUPS 208
15.11 WINNERS VS. TAIL-ENDERS 209
15.12 COMPETITIVE SCENARIO 211
15.12.1 NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS 211
15.12.2 EXPANSIONS 215
15.12.3 COLLABORATIONS/PARTNERSHIPS/AGREEMENTS 216
15.12.4 MERGERS/ACQUISITIONS 220
16 COMPANY PROFILE 222
(Business overview, Products & services offered, Recent Developments, SWOT analysis, MNM view)*
16.1 ROBERT BOSCH GMBH 222
16.2 CONTINENTAL AG 227
16.3 ZF FRIEDRICHSHAFEN AG 232
16.4 DENSO 236
16.5 APTIV 240
16.6 VALEO 244
16.7 MAGNA INTERNATIONAL INC. 246
16.8 HYUNDAI MOBIS 249
16.9 SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS 251
16.10 VEONEER INC. 254
16.11 INTEL 257
16.12 NVIDIA 260
*Details on Business overview, Products & services offered, Recent Developments, SWOT analysis, MNM view might not be captured in case of unlisted companies.
16.13 OTHER KEY PLAYERS 263
16.13.1 ASIA PACIFIC 263
16.13.1.1 Aisin Seiki 263
16.13.1.2 Hitachi Automotive 263
16.13.1.3 Nidec Corporation 263
16.13.1.4 Renesas Electronics Corporation 263
16.13.2 EUROPE 263
16.13.2.1 WABCO 263
16.13.2.2 Infineon Technologies AG 264
16.13.2.3 Ficosa International SA 264
16.13.2.4 Hella 264
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16.13.3 NORTH AMERICA 264
16.13.3.1 Texas Instruments 264
16.13.3.2 VOXX International Corp. 265
16.13.3.3 BlackBerry 265
16.13.3.4 Microsemi Corporation 265
16.13.3.5 Xilinx, Inc 265
17 APPENDIX 266
17.1 DISCUSSION GUIDE ? ADAS MARKET 267
17.2 KNOWLEDGE STORE: MARKETSANDMARKETS SUBSCRIPTION PORTAL 272
17.3 AVAILABLE CUSTOMIZATIONS 274
17.4 RELATED REPORTS 274
17.5 AUTHOR DETAILS 275

 

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