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Sensor Chip Research: Automotive Sensors Have Entered a Technology Iteration Cycle, and Opportunities for Localization of Chips Are Coming
 
Automotive sensor chips can obtain external environment data for autonomous vehicles and improve the safety of autonomous driving as an indispensable part of autonomous vehicles. With the improvement of the autonomous driving level, the demand for sensor chips in vehicles will keep rising, and the requirements on product performance will also become higher and higher.

The demand for automotive cameras is growing rapidly, and domestic and foreign vendors are competing for the automotive CIS market

With the fast development of autonomous driving technology, the number of automotive cameras is gradually increasing. The higher the level of autonomous driving, the greater the demand for cameras. At present, all OEMs are actively deploying L3/L4 production autonomous models, which means the demand for automotive CIS chips is enormous.

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At present, the automotive CIS market is almost monopolized by oligarchs, with ON Semiconductor occupying nearly 60% market share. Traditional mobile phone camera CIS vendors such as Sony and Samsung have entered the automotive market, and the market share of OmniVision, a subsidiary of Will Semiconductor, is also increasing.

Sony entered the field of automotive CIS in 2015, and has mass-produced IMX490, IMX324 and other automotive CIS. NVIDIA's DRIVE Hyperion 8.1 platform launched in 2021 may use Sony's CIS IMX728 for the front-view camera and IMX623 for the fisheye camera.

In addition to CIS, Sony has also dabbled in the LiDAR chip market. In the first half of 2022, Sony plans to launch the IMX459 1/2.9-type (6.25 mm diagonal) stacked SPAD depth sensor for automotive LiDAR applications using direct Time-of-Flight (dToF) method. By leveraging Sony's technologies such as a back-illuminated pixel structure, stacked configurations, and Cu-Cu connections created in the development of CMOS image sensors, Sony has succeeded in a unique device construction that includes SPAD pixels and distance measuring processing circuit on a single chip.

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In July 2021, Samsung introduced ISOCELL Auto 4AC, an automotive image sensor. It comes in a 1/3.7-inch optical format with 1.2 million 3.0-micrometer (μm) pixels. With the CornerPixel? technology, it embeds two photodiodes within a single pixel area: one 3.0μm pixel for viewing low light images, and a 1.0μm pixel placed at the corner of the big pixel for brighter environments.

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CIS has been out of stock for the past two years and the shortage will continue for some time. In the face of problems such as lack of chips for foreign-funded enterprises and rising product prices, Chinese local enterprises have seen development opportunities.

At CES 2022, OmniVision demonstrated an 8-megapixel automotive front-view camera system for the first time. Using next-generation OX08B40 CMOS image sensors, the system is powered by Xilinx MPSoC and Motovis IP. It will help OmniVision in the 8-megapixel high-end market to compete with ON Semiconductor.

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At the end of 2021, SmartSens Technology launched SC101AP, a three-in-one image sensor with integrated ISP and TX functions for automotive applications. The sensor has an optical size of 1/4.2 inches and a pixel size of 2.9μm. It supports video recording and shooting with a resolution of 1MP and 30 frames per second. Its sensitivity has improved by 53%, and the quantum efficiency has leveled up by 31%. SmartSens Technology will release a number of automotive products in 2022, including 8-megapixel ADAS products which are under development, and will be mass-produced in 2023.

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GalaxyCore’s automotive CIS products have been used in driving recorders, 360° surround view cameras and cockpit monitoring.

In terms of technology development trends, CIS and ISP chips are both important chips for automotive cameras. ISP analyzes and processes image signals from CIS. Two-in-one automotive CMOS image sensors with ISP are gradually becoming the mainstream of the market. OmniVision's OX03D SoC integrates CMOS and ISP SoC. SmartSens Technology's SC120AT, a two-in-one image sensor with on-chip ISP, can optimize RAW image data and output high-quality video images in the format of YUV 422.

Amid the emerge of 4D radar and product iterations, the chip market pattern is expected to be reshaped

At present, radar chip suppliers are mainly from abroad, and the market share is basically occupied by NXP, Infineon, TI, etc. With the continuous development of autonomous driving, high-resolution radar and 4D radar have emerged. Radar chips have officially stepped into the technology iteration cycle. Domestic vendors may have the opportunity of taking the lead, and the market pattern will undergo certain changes.

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(1) Traditional radar chip vendors promote technology upgrades and product cost reductions
Traditional chip vendors are the main players in the radar chip market, especially in the 4D radar chip market. At present, most of 4D solutions on the market adopt TI's chips.

In the past two years, traditional chip vendors have been aggressively improving product performance and further seeking cost control, and they have been committed to providing standardized product solutions for more radar companies.

In 2020, NXP announced the first dedicated 16nm imaging radar processor, the NXP S32R45, which will be mass-produced in the first half 2022. The boost is enabled by the combination of proprietary radar hardware acceleration which can deliver up to 64x the compute performance of standard processors, super-resolution radar software algorithms to achieve sub-degree angular resolution and advanced MIMO waveforms that allow simultaneous operation of antenna channels.

The S32R45 radar processor is the flagship of NXP's 6th generation automotive radar chipset family. The combination of NXP’s S32R45 and S32R41 radar processors with the NXP TEF82xx RFCMOS transceivers delivers the fine angular resolution, processing power and range required for production-ready imaging radar solutions.

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Texas Instruments launched AWR2944in January 2022, suitable for angular radar and long-range radar. It is approximately 30% smaller than the existing radar sensors, but provides 33% higher resolution than the latter, and detects objects up to 40% farther away from the vehicle.

(2) Domestic radar chip vendors and enterprises speed up their technological layout
Local vendors are at a disadvantage in the radar chip market, but with the iteration of product technology, they are catching up and actively deploying chip technology.

In October 2021, Calterah Semiconductor Technology released the Alps-Mini series automotive radar chips, which meet the automotive regulatory standards, AEC-Q100 and ISO 26262 ASIL-B. The network security unit added on the basis of the previous generation reduces the size by 40% and saves the cost by more than 20%.

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In August 2021, Runchip unveiled a 77GHz radar chip - RF77TR34, which adopts RFCMOS process and integrates transceivers (3T4R), PLL, VCO, etc. It will provide samples to customers for evaluation in 2022.

(3) Automotive Tier 1 suppliers have dabbled in the upstream radar chip market
Most of the traditional radar Tier 1 suppliers mainly use third-party chips. In the past two years, they have been seeking changes, hoping to offer differentiated products through chip autonomy.

In 2021, Bosch and the chip foundry GlobalFoundries made a deal to jointly develop radar chips for autonomous driving. Bosch will use the 22FDX radio frequency solution of GlobalFoundries, which operates at a higher frequency, detects farther targets, and is more accurate than the current mainstream low-frequency radar chips.

Tier 1 suppliers have their own unique technology and core intellectual property (IP), which will help them enhance their own competitiveness.

LiDAR has been mass-produced for vehicles, while the chip cost has been declining fast

At present, the demand of production models for LiDAR is low due to its high cost. Chipization is one of the effective ways to slash costs; in addition, chip autonomy can also effectively cut down production costs and create differentiated competition.

(1) On-chip LiDAR
Integrating lasers, detectors, beam steering, and data processing into one chip to form an on-chip LiDAR can effectively reduce product size and costs.

In September 2021, LuminWave released two new chip optical engines - FMCW OE and OPA OE, which will be applied to LuminWave's silicon-optical chip-level FMCW 4D LiDAR products.

Compared with the first-generation chip, the second-generation FMCW SoC chip has four times more parallel FMCW computing units, and up to 128 channels. In addition, other key optical signal processing units are also integrated on the chip, making it one of the most integrated silicon photonics chips at present.

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(2) Automotive Tier 1 suppliers deploy the upstream LiDAR chip industry
Now, Huawei, NVIDIA, HESAI, Ouster and other LiDAR Tier 1 suppliers are vigorously deploying the chip business, and forging the LiDAR industry chain by investing in chip makers or self-developing chips.

Ouster launched its self-developed LiDAR chip, L2X, in October 2021, successfully strengthening the company's LiDAR performance. In addition, Ouster acquired Sense Photonics in October 2021 to expand its LiDAR chip product line.

Huawei actively deploys the LiDAR industry chain. Through its subsidiary Hubble Ventures Co., Limited, it has invested in chip companies such as Vertilite and Nanjing visionICs Microelectronics Technology to make a layout for VCSEL, SPAD and other chip technologies. In 2012 and 2013, Huawei acquired CIP, a British photonic integration company, and Caliopa, a Belgian silicon photonics technology developer, to ensure its self-research capabilities in the field of optical chips, and to deploy silicon photonics chip-level FMCW technology in advance. 

Automotive Sensor Chip Industry Research Report, 2022 highlights the following:
20120114.gifClassification and industrial standards of automotive sensor chip, sensor chip industry chain (including image sensor chips, radar chips, LiDAR chips, ultrasonic radar chips, etc.), automotive sensor chip market scale, etc.;
20120114.gifMarket size, market structure, technology trends, major suppliers, etc. of visual sensor chips;
20120114.gifMarket size, market structure, technology trends, major suppliers, etc. of radar chips;
20120114.gifMarket size, market structure, technology trends, major suppliers, etc. of LiDAR chips.

Chapter 1 Overview of Automotive Sensor Chip Industry
1.1 Classification
1.1.1 Classification of Automotive Sensing Chip
1.1.2 CIS (CMOS Image Sensor) Chip
1.1.3 Ultrasonic Radar Chip 
1.1.4 Radar Chip
1.1.5 LiDAR Chip
1.1.6 Fingerprint Chip
1.1.7 Voice Chip
1.2 Industry Policies and Standards
1.2.1 Supporting Policies of China's Automotive Chip Industry
1.2.2 Research Project on "Guidelines for the Construction of Group Standard System for Intelligent Connected Vehicles"
1.2.3 "Technical Requirements and Test Methods for Vision Sensing Computing Chips for Intelligent Connected Vehicles"
1.3 Automotive Image Sensor Chip Industry Chain
1.3.1 Infograph of Vision Sensor Chip Industry Chain
1.3.2 Increase in Downstream Single Vehicle Camera Installations
1.3.3 Demand of Downstream Automotive Camera
1.3.4 Automotive Camera Cost Structure
1.4 Radar Chip Industry Chain
1.4.1 Infograph of Radar Chip Industry Chain
1.4.2 Demand of Downstream Automotive Radar
1.4.3 Radar Cost Structure
1.5 LiDAR Chip Industry Chain
1.5.1 Infograph of LiDAR Chip Industry Chain
1.5.2 Demand of Downstream LiDAR
1.5.3 LiDAR Cost Structure
1.6 Ultrasonic Radar Chip Industry Chain
1.6.1 Infograph of Ultrasonic Radar Chip Industry Chain
1.6.2 Demand of Downstream Ultrasonic Radar
1.7 Automotive Sensor Chip Market Size
1.7.1 Demand of Sensor Chips for Passenger Cars in China, 2020-2025E
1.7.2 Market Size of Sensor Chips for Passenger Cars in China, 2020-2025E

Chapter 2 CIS Chip Industry and Suppliers
2.1 Automotive Vision Sensor Chip Market Size
2.1.1 Demand for Automotive Vision Sensor
2.1.2 Application Scenarios of Automotive CIS
2.1.3 Market Size of CIS for Passenger Cars in China, 2020-2025E
2.1.4 Shipment Structure of Automotive CIS
2.2 Automotive Vision Chip Market Pattern
2.2.1 Automotive CIS Chip Market Pattern 
2.2.2 Automotive CIS Chip Technology Pattern
2.2.3 CIS market from OEM applications
2.2.4 Comparison of CIS Chip Products of Major Vendors (1) 
2.2.5 Comparison of CIS Chip Products of Major Vendors (2) 
2.2.6 Comparison of Monocular Camera Chip
2.2.7 Comparison of Binocular Camera Chip
2.2.8 Comparison of Surround View Camera Chip
2.2.9 Automotive ISP Chip Competitive Landscape 
2.3 Vision Sensor Chip Development Trend
2.3.1 Automotive CIS Technology Trend
2.3.2 Introduction of AI technology
2.3.3 3D Sensing Chip
2.3.4 ISP Chip Front Fusion Computing Trend
2.3.5 Vision ISP Chip Development Opportunities
2.4 ON Semiconductor
2.4.1 Profile
2.4.2 Automotive Business Layout
2.4.3 Automotive Sensor Business
2.4.4 Automotive CIS Business
2.4.5 Automotive Sensor Chip Product Lines (1)
2.4.6 Automotive Sensor Chip Product Lines (2)
2.4.7 Automotive Camera Solution (1)
2.4.8 Automotive Camera Solution (2)
2.4.9 Automotive CMOS Products: AR0138AT
2.4.10 Automotive CMOS Products: AR0220AT
2.4.11 Automotive CMOS Products: AR0233AT
2.4.12 NIR + Pixel Technology
2.4.13 LiDAR Chip Technology 
2.4.14 Industrial M&As in Recent Years
2.5 Samsung Electronics
2.5.1 Profile
2.5.2 Automotive Image Sensor-ISOCELL Auto
2.5.3 ISOCELL Auto 4AC Image Sensor
2.5.4 Feature of Automotive Image Sensor
2.6 Sony
2.6.1 Profile
2.6.2 Technical Strength in CMOS Field
2.6.3 Automotive Sensor Chip Development Course
2.6.4 Automotive Sensor Chip Product Lines
2.6.5 Automotive Image Sensor Chip Product Portfolio
2.6.6 Automotive CMOS Products (1)
2.6.7 Automotive CMOS Products (2)
2.6.8 Automotive CMOS Products (3)
2.6.9 Upcoming Automotive LiDAR Chip IMX459
2.6.10 Automotive Sensor Chip Applications (1)
2.6.11 Automotive Sensor Chip Applications (2)
2.7 Renesas
2.7.1 Binocular Camera Chip R-CARV3H (1)
2.7.2 Binocular Camera Chip R-CARV3H (2)
2.8 Mobileye
2.8.1 Automotive Sensor Chip Products (1)
2.8.2 Automotive Sensor Chip Products (2)
2.8.3 Plans to Popularize Low-cost L4 Autonomous Driving through Self-developed 4D Imaging Radar
2.8.4 System Design and Performance Index of 4D imaging Radar
2.9 Toshiba
2.9.1 Visconti? Image Processor
2.9.2 Feature of Visconti? Image Processor
2.9.3 Visconti?4 Image Recognition Processor
2.9.4 Visconti?5 Automotive Image Recognition Processor
2.10 ARM
2.10.1 ARM Introduces New Automotive Image Signal Processor
2.10.2 ARM Image Signal Processor Framework
2.11 Ambarella
2.11.1 Profile
2.11.2 Ambarella’s High-performance Camera Chip
2.11.3 AI Domain Controller CV3 Series SoC
2.12 OmniVision Technologies
2.12.1 Profile
2.12.2 Image Sensor Business
2.12.3 Automotive CIS Product Lines
2.12.4 Automotive Image Sensor Products
2.12.5 Layout Direction of Automotive Sensor Chip
2.12.6 OmniVision Automotive Image Sensor
2.12.7 Sensors for Driver Monitoring System
2.12.8 Display-based Image Sensor 
2.12.9 Surround View Sensors
2.12.10 Near Infrared Technology Nyxel (1)
2.12.11 Near Infrared Technology Nyxel (2)
2.12.12 Sensor OAX8000 for DMS
2.12.13 Main Customers
2.13 SmartSens Technology
2.13.1 Profile
2.13.2 Automotive CIS Business
2.13.3 Automotive Image Sensor Products: SC100AT
2.13.4 Automotive Image Sensor Products: SC120AT
2.13.5 Automotive Image Sensor Products: SC101AP
2.14 GalaxyCore
2.14.1 Profile
2.14.2 CMOS Image Sensor Business
2.15 Rockchip
2.15.1 Rockchip Launched Panoramic Surround View Chip RK3588M
2.15.2 RK3588M SoC Architecture
2.16 Others
2.16.1 Fullhan Automotive ISP Chip
2.16.2 NST Vision Chip Products

Chapter 3 Radar Chip Industry and Suppliers
3.1 Radar Chip Market Size
3.1.1 Installation of Radar Chip for Passenger Cars in China, 2020-2025E
3.1.2 Market Size of Radar Chip for Passenger Cars in China, 2020-2025E
3.2 Market Pattern
3.2.1 Radar Chip Market Competitive Landscape
3.2.2 Technology Enters Iterative Cycle and Industry Landscape Is Expected to be Reshaped
3.2.3 Competitive Landscape of Radar Chip Vendors 
3.2.4 China’s Radar Chip Vendors Layout  
3.2.5 Radar Chip Product Comparison (1) 
3.2.6 Radar Chip Product Comparison (2) 
3.2.7 Radar Chip Product Comparison (3) 
3.2.8 4D Imaging Radar Chip Comparison (1)
3.2.9 4D Imaging Radar Chip Comparison (2)
3.2.10 4D Imaging Radar Chip Comparison (3)
3.3 Radar Chip Technology Trend
3.3.1 Radar Chip CMOS Processing Trend
3.3.2 CMOS Single Chip Technology Trend
3.3.3 Chip Integration
3.3.4 4D Radar Technology Solution Trend (1)
3.3.5 4D Radar Technology Solution Trend (2)
3.4 Infineon
3.4.1 Profile
3.4.2 Automotive Sensor Chip Product Lines
3.4.3 Radar Chip
3.4.4 24GHz Radar Chip BGT24XX Series (1)
3.4.5 24GHz Radar Chip BGT24XX Series (2)
3.4.6 77GHz Radar Chip
3.4.7 77GHz Radar Micro-controller
3.4.8 3D Image Sensor Chip
3.5 NXP
3.5.1 Profile
3.5.2 Automotive Sensor Chip Product Lines
3.5.3 Camera Chip S32V3
3.5.4 Camera Chip S32V3 Application Framework
3.5.5 Radar Chip Business
3.5.6 4D Imaging Radar Chip S32R45
3.5.7 77GHz Radar Transceiver Chip (1)
3.5.8 77GHz Radar Transceiver Chip (2)
3.5.9 77GHz Radar Transceiver Chip (3)
3.5.10 New Radar Solution
3.5.11 Automotive Sensor Chip Application
3.6 STMicroelectronics
3.6.1 Profile
3.6.2 Automotive Sensor Chip Product Lines
3.6.3 Sensor Business
3.6.4 24GHz Radar Chip
3.6.5 77GHz Radar Chip
3.7 Texas Instruments
3.7.1 Profile
3.7.2 Automotive Sensor Chip Product Lines (1)
3.7.3 Automotive Sensor Chip Product Lines (2)
3.7.4 Radar Chip System
3.7.5 Radar Chip Parameters
3.7.6 77GHz Radar Chip (1) 
3.7.7 77GHz Radar Chip (2)
3.7.8 77GHz Radar Chip (3)
3.7.9 Integrated Radar Chip
3.8 ADI
3.8.1 Profile
3.8.2 Automotive Sensor Chip Product Lines
3.8.3 24GHz Radar Chip
3.8.4 24GHz Radar Platform-based ITS Solution
3.9 Vayyar
3.9.1 Profile
3.9.2 Automotive Sensor Chip Product Lines
3.9.3 Vayyar Technology vs Alternative Technology
3.9.4 4D Radar and Chip
3.9.5 60GHz Radar Chip
3.10 Uhnder
3.10.1 Profile
3.10.2 Radar Chip
3.10.3 Radar Chip Application
3.10.4 Radar Parameters
3.11 Arbe
3.11.1 Profile
3.11.2 Radar Chip Business
3.12 Bosch
3.12.1 Layout of Bosch Radar Chip Business (1)
3.12.2 Layout of Bosch Radar Chip Business (2)
3.13 Calterah
3.13.1 Profile
3.13.2 Automotive Radar Chip Product Lines
3.13.3 Radar Chip Application Scenarios
3.13.4 77GHz Radar Transceiver Chip and Application
3.13.5 ALPS Series Chip
3.13.6 Alps-Mini Series Chip
3.13.7 AiP Technology
3.14 ANDAR Technologies
3.14.1 Profile
3.14.2 77/79GHz Radar Chip (1)
3.14.3 77/79GHz Radar Chip (2)
3.14.4 77/79GHz Radar Chip (3)
3.14.5 77/79GHz Radar Chip (4)
3.15 SGR Semiconductors Inc.
3.15.1 Profile
3.15.2 24GHz Automotive Radar Chip Products
3.15.3 Radar Chip Application
3.16 Xiamen IMSEMI technology Co., Ltd.
3.16.1 Profile
3.16.2 Automotive Sensor Chip Product Lines
3.16.3 24GHz Radar Chip
3.17 Others
3.17.1 76-81GHz Radar Chips of Qingneng Huabo
3.17.2 77GHz Radar Chips of Citta Microelectronics
3.17.3 77GHz Radar Chips of RUNCHIP

Chapter 4 LiDAR Chip Industry and Suppliers
4.1 LiDAR Chip Market Size
4.1.1 Market Size of LiDAR Chip for Passenger Cars in China, 2020-2025E
4.2 Market Pattern
4.2.1 Status Quo of LiDAR Chip Technology
4.2.2 VCSEL Chips of LiDAR Tier 1 Vendors 
4.2.3 SPAD Chips of LiDAR Tier 1 Vendors
4.2.4 R&D Progress of LiDAR Chip Technology
4.2.5 LiDAR Chip Comparison
4.3 LiDAR Chip Development Trend
4.3.1 LiDAR Chip Development (1)
4.3.2 LiDAR Chip Development (2)
4.3.3 Lidar Chip Good for Cost Reduction
4.3.4 Silicon-optical Chip-level FMCW Technology
4.4 LeddarTech
4.4.1 Profile
4.4.2 LiDAR Technology Development
4.4.3 Automotive Sensor Chip Product Lines
4.4.4 LeddarCore LCA2 SoC
4.4.5 LeddarCore LCA3 SoC
4.4.6 Automotive LiDAR Technology
4.4.7 Automotive LiDAR Solution
4.4.8 LiDAR Business Cooperation Mode
4.4.9 Dynamics
4.5 Ouster
4.5.1 Profile
4.5.2 Ouster LiDAR Chip Products
4.5.3 Sense Chip Products
4.6 Lumentum
4.6.1 Lumentum Entered Automotive Market
4.6.2 NeoPhotonics Launched LiDAR Chip
4.7 Aeva
4.7.1 LiDAR Technical Advantages
4.7.2 LiDAR Chip Technology Evolution
4.8 LuminWave
4.8.1 LiDAR Chip Technology
4.8.2 Launched New Generation of FMCW OE and OPA OE LiDAR Chips
4.8.3 Technology Advancement
4.9 VisionICs Microelectronics Technology Co., Ltd.
4.9.1 Profile
4.9.2 Automotive Sensor Chip Product Lines
4.9.3 LiDAR Chip VI4330
4.9.4 LiDAR Chip VI4310
4.10 Ningbo Xilight Technology
4.10.1 Profile
4.10.2 Automotive Sensor Chip Product Lines
4.10.3 LiDAR Detection Chip
4.10.4 LiDAR Signal Receiving SiPM Chip XTA1620
4.10.5 LiDAR Signal Receiving SiPM Chip XTA0820
4.11 Abax Sensing
4.11.1 LiDAR Chip Business Layout
4.11.2 LiDAR Products Parameters
4.12 Vertilite
4.12.1 Profile
4.12.2 Automotive Sensor Chip Product Lines
4.12.3 Features of LiDAR Chip CAC940K010
4.12.4 Features of LiDAR Chip CAC940F005
4.13 Hesai Technology
4.13.1 LiDAR Business
4.13.2 Self-developed LiDAR Chip
4.14 Others
4.14.1 Huawei Entered LiDAR Chip Market
4.14.2 LiDAR Chip Layout of Luminar
4.14.3 LiDAR Chip Layout of China Science Photon Chip Tech
4.14.4 Automotive LiDAR Chip Products of Berxel
4.14.5 LiDAR Business of Dibotics
 

Autonomous Driving and Cockpit Domain Control Unit (DCU) Industry Report, 2022(II)

Domain Controller Research: Exploration of Five Business Models, Tier1, Tier0.5, Tier1.5 or ODM? Automakers accelerate the mass production of new E/E architecture platforms, and the penetration rate...

Autonomous Driving and Cockpit Domain Control Unit (DCU) Industry Report, 2022 (I)

Domain Controller Research: Exploration of Five Business Models, Tier1, Tier0.5, Tier1.5 or ODM? Automakers accelerate the mass production of new E/E architecture platforms, and the penetration rate...

China Minicar Industry Report, 2022

Minicars, also known as mini passenger cars, are suitable for short-distance transportation and are positioned as entry-level vehicles. Thanks to low cost, convenient parking and low usage cost, minic...

China Automotive Ultrasonic Radar and OEM Parking Roadmap Research Report, 2022

In 2021, ultrasonic radar shipments hit 100 million units, and intelligent parking became a crucial engine.1. In 2025, China’s ultrasonic radar installations will exceed 140 million units. According...

DENSO CASE (Connectivity, Automation, Sharing and Electrification) Layout Research Report, 2022

DENSO CASE Research: The semiconductor business will help it go "from Toyota to the world” ResearchInChina has released DENSO CASE (Connectivity, Automation, Sharing and Electrification) Layout Resea...

China Roadside Edge Computing Industry Report, 2022

Roadside Edge Computing Research: how edge computing enables intelligent connected vehicles? Policies and standards for roadside edge computing are implementing one after another, favoring the boom o...

Chinese ADAS and Autonomous Driving Tier 1 Suppliers Report, 2021-2022

Autonomous Driving Tier 1 Suppliers Research: the installation rate of L2 and above autonomous driving functions in passenger cars hit over 30% in 2022Q1. In 2022Q1, the installation rate of L2 and a...

Global and China Electronic Rearview Mirror Industry Report, 2021-2022

Electronic rearview mirror research: the streaming rearview mirror installations soared by 73% in 2021. This report combs through and summarizes the global and Chinese electronic rearview mirror mark...

Global and Chinese Automakers’ Modular Platforms and Technology Planning Research Report, 2022

Research on Automakers’ Platforms and Their Planning: the Strategic Layout Directions of 32 Automakers At present, global automotive industry is in the midst of profound changes unseen in a century....

Automotive Intelligent Cockpit Platform Research Report, 2022

Research on Intelligent Cockpit Platforms: Intelligent cockpits rush into a new era of "cross-domain integration and layered software design" Cockpit hardware platform field: Faster cross-domain inte...

Global and China Flying Car Industry Research Report, 2022

ResearchInChina has released “Global and China Flying Car Industry Research Report, 2022". A flying car is a three-dimensional vehicle. Broadly speaking, it is a low-altitude intelligent autonomous t...

Global and China Passenger Car T-Box Market Report, 2022

Passenger car T-BOX research: T-Box OEM installation rate will reach 83.5% in China in 2025 ResearchInChina has published Global and China Passenger Car T-Box Market Report 2022 to summarize and ana...

Global and China Purpose Built Vehicle (PBV) and Robocar Report, 2022

PBV and Robocar research: new idea of building brick cars, a new car type for future mobility Building brick cars moves the cheese of traditional OEMs. Purpose built vehicle (PBV) refers to special ...

China Automotive Voice Industry Report, 2021-2022

Automotive voice market: The boom of self-research by OEMs will promote reform in the supply mode Before the advent of fully automated driving, the user focus on driving, and voice interaction is sti...

Global and China Automotive Emergency Call (eCall) System Market Report, 2022

Automotive eCall system: wait for the release of policies empowering intelligent connected vehicle safetyAt the Two Sessions held in March 2022, more than 10 deputies to the National People's Congress...

Global and China Leading Tier1 Suppliers’ Intelligent Cockpit Business Research Report, 2022 (II)

Tier1 Intelligent Cockpit Research: The mass production of innovative cockpits gathers pace, and penetration of new technologies is on a rapid riseGlobal OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers are racing for the i...

Global and China Leading Tier1 Suppliers’ Intelligent Cockpit Business Research Report, 2022 (I)

Tier1 Intelligent Cockpit Research: The mass production of innovative cockpits gathers pace, and penetration of new technologies is on a rapid riseGlobal OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers are racing for the i...

China Commercial Vehicle Intelligent Cockpit Industry Report 2021

Research on Intelligent Cockpits of Commercial Vehicles: Heading for Large Screens, Voice Interaction, Entertainment and Life Following AD/ADAS functions, the intelligent configuration of the cockpit...

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