Global and China Automotive Operating System (OS) Industry Report,2022
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Operating system research: the automotive operating system for software and hardware cooperation enters the fast lane.

Basic operating system: foreign providers refine and burnish functions; Chinese providers expand software and hardware cooperation. 

Internationally, Blackberry's QNX, Linux-based custom operating system, and Android open source project-based operating system are still the three major basic operating systems. In 2022, centering on the benefits of their own products, the three major providers, Blackberry, Intel & Linux Foundation, and Google, play to their strengths, and vigorously expand ecosystem cooperation with OEMs in more aspects: QNX works hard on software and hardware hybrid high-performance computing platforms to facilitate development of "software-defined vehicles"; Intel & Linux Foundation, and Google expanded the cooperation with Chinese and European OEMs, respectively.

In China, Alibaba's AliOS and Huawei's HarmonyOS focusing on autonomous driving and intelligent cockpit, separately, upgrade underlying operating systems ecologically, and join hands with hardware suppliers to create cooperative software-hardware platforms and launch smart mobilOity system solutions.

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General operating system: Chinese providers develop diversified functions and create "system + hardware" ecosystems.

In China, the general operating system is oriented to infotainment and intelligent cockpit, and highlights the abundance of ecological resources, and the diversity of services and applications, meeting the individual needs of users, and building ecosystems. Most Chinese general operating systems are developed on Android. The 10 key Chinese providers in this report start with intelligent scene perception and intelligent cockpit, and team up with hardware suppliers to introduce system solutions of "domestic operating system + domestic chip". They also promote custom development of tools such as SDK and software computing platforms, allowing for secondary development in the fields of intelligent cockpit and autonomous driving, and creating diversified, customized and ecological comprehensive operating system solutions.

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Neusoft NeuSAR

To solve the problem that the conventional development models can no longer meet the market’s requirements for vehicle development speed and functional iteration, Neusoft Reach introduced NeuSAR4.0 in December 2022, aiming to build an industry ecosystem.

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The NeuSAR4.0 upgrades the NeuSAR SF service framework, with advantages in four aspects: the further decoupling of application development software and hardware enables dynamic migration of functions; the more efficient simulation and debugging functions achieves global synchronization of data; the flexible deployment of message channels meets the needs of different application scenarios; the "vehicle" and "cloud" connection allows for the integration of vehicle and cloud services.

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In addition, NeuSAR4.0 has upgraded the NeuSAR DevKit tool chain, covering NeuSAR Creator (IDE-like integrated development tool), NeuSAR Monitor and NeuSAR Simulator, which can realize the entire domain controller development process, and monitor some dynamic resources in the development process, and simulate the third-party devices that need to be used in the development process, respectively.

ArcherMind Fusion OS

Based on the cooperation with chip vendors like Qualcomm, Renesas, Nvidia, and NXP, ArcherMind launched a fully self-developed cross-domain integrated vehicle software computing platform FusionOS in 2022. As a general operating system middleware solution, it includes intelligent cockpit domain EX6.0, central control domain Fusion3.0, intelligent driving domain operating system solution FusionAD, and cross-domain fusion software operating system solution.

Fusion SOA software platform that covers the six solutions of middleware layer, service layer, operating system & hardware layer, cloud, tool chain, and service plug-in, provides full-stack SOA technical capabilities with mass production experience. It has been adapted to the latest cockpit platforms of multiple automotive-grade chip vendors like Qualcomm, Renesas and SemiDrive, and supports QNX, Android, Linux and other operating systems. It also provides a fully optimized graphics system, AI Orchestra Engine middleware and the latest voice algorithm engine AM Acoustic Engine.

RT-Thread "Cheng Xuan" Vehicle Fusion Software Platform

In 2022, RT-Thread announced the RT-Thread "Cheng Xuan" Vehicle Fusion Software Platform, an embedded real-time operating system composed of kernel, network, file system, and GUI components.

Based on virtualization system vmRT-Thread Hypervisor, Cheng Xuan Vehicle Fusion Software Platform carries the safe real-time system RT-Thread Secure Auto, the microkernel operating system RT-Thread Smart Auto, and Linux or other systems, and can be compatible with multiple system platforms, making it easy to use. It enables information interaction via unified distributed message bus and upper module.

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Hypervisor: foreign leading established providers boast much greater first-mover advantages, and Chinese players go all out to catch up.

In the global hypervisor market, automotive standard-compliant, mass-produced hypervisor products include Blackberry QNX Hypervisor, Wind River Vxworks, OpenSynergy COQOS, and Linux Foundation’s ACRN. In the field of automotive virtual layer in China, there are a growing number of companies independently developing hypervisor, for example, the likes of Banma Zhixing, iSOFT Infrastructure Software, Zlingsmart and ZTE all have technical strength of virtualization, but still lag far behind their foreign peers. The basic hypervisor type is Type-1, and Zlingsmart has realized mass production of its RAITE Hypervisor.

In 2022, foreign hypervisor providers concentrated on fostering partnerships with OEMs in smart mobility scenarios. For example, while maintaining its share in the market, QNX Hypervisor worked to expand application cooperation with such companies as Neta Auto and MarelliTech in driving and cockpit scenarios; OpenSynergy built hypervisor technology cooperation with Qualcomm Snapdragon Automotive Development Platform (ADP) and STMicroelectronics.

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IVI mirroring system: build ecosystem barriers, and develop service ecosystems and interactive functions.
Apple Carplay, Google Android Auto, Baidu Carlife, and HUAWEI HiCar among others have established influence in IVI mirroring system market. These providers designate IVI mirroring systems for connecting their own brands, so as to pose a brand barrier. New entrants such as Xiaomi and Vivo are also vigorous in the market. Starting with IVI mirroring systems, they build an IoV ecosystem service system, and mainly offer the interactive perception and service connection functions of mirroring systems, which have yet to be used on large scale.

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1. Overview of Automotive OS
1.1 Automotive OS Classification
1.1 Three Kinds of Classification
1.1.1 Classification: Real-time and Non-real-time Operating Systems
1.1.2 RTOS (in narrow sense) Suppliers and Product List (1)
1.1.3 RTOS (in narrow sense) Suppliers and Product List(2)
1.1.4 RTOS (in narrow sense) Suppliers and Product List (3)
1.1.5 RTOS (in narrow sense) Suppliers and Product List (4)
1.1.6 Non- RTOS (in narrow sense) Suppliers and Product List (1)
1.1.7 Non- RTOS (in narrow sense) Suppliers and Product List (2)
1.1.8 Automotive Operating System Kernels are Divided into Three Types: Micro Kernel, Macro Kernel, and Hybrid Kernel
1.1.9 Vehicle Control Operating System and In-vehicle Operating System (1)
1.1.10 Vehicle Control Operating System and In-vehicle Operating System(2)
1.1.11 Vehicle Control Operating System and In-vehicle Operating System (3)
1.1.11 Vehicle Control Operating System and In-vehicle Operating System (3)
1.1.12 Automotive Operating System Classification (Narrow sense and Broad sense)
1.1.13 Comparison of Automotive Operating System in narrow sense: QNX/ Linux / Other RTOS
1.1.14 Automotive Operating System Market Size 

1.2 Automotive OS Software Architecture  
1.2.1 Intelligent Vehicle software architecture includes hypervisor, system cores, middleware, functional software, and application programs 
1.2.2 Intelligent Vehicle Software Ecological Framework
1.2.3 Automotive Operating System Working Process: Kernel is the core of automotive software architecture 

1.3 Automotive OS Business Model  
1.3.1 Business Model Types
1.3.2 Business Models of Major Automotive Operating System Enterprises
1.3.3 Smart Cockpit OS Business Model 
1.3.4 Autonomous Driving OS Supplier Business Model
1.3.5 Automotive Operating System Development Trend and Business Model Exploration
1.3.6 Basic Automotive Operating System and Business Model 
1.3.7 Automotive RTOS Operating System and Business Model (1)
1.3.7 Automotive RTOS Operating System and Business Model (2)
1.3.8 Automotive Operating System and Business Model (1)
1.3.8 Automotive Operating System and Business Model (2)
1.3.8 Automotive Operating System and Business Model (3)
1.3.8 Automotive Operating System and Business Model (4)

1.4 Basic Auto OS
1.4.1 Profile 
1.4.2 Automotive Intelligent Computing Platform Architecture
1.4.3 Automotive Underlying OS Market Share

1.5 Customized Auto OS
1.5.1 Profile of Customized Auto OS 
1.5.2 Comparison of Customized Automotive OS 
1.5.3 Chip Vendors and Their Partners in Customized Auto OS

1.6 ROM Auto OS
1.7 Auto Mobile Phone Mapping System

1.8 Hypervisor
1.8.1 Profile of Hypervisor 
1.8.2 Hypervisor Becomes an Inevitable Choice
1.8.3 Comparison of Main Hypervisors

1.9 Autonomous Driving Hardware Platform and Autonomous Driving OS 

1.10 Automotive OS Specifications: OSEK 

1.11 Automotive OS Open Organization:  GENIVI
1.11.1 Profile of GENIVI  
1.11.2 Members of GENIVI
1.11.3  Achievements of GENIVI Alliance
1.11.4 Achievements of GENIVI Alliance:  Remote Vehicle Interaction (RVI) 
1.11.4 Achievements of GENIVI Alliance: vsomeip 
1.11.5 Role of GENIVI: Reduce OEM development workload and save development costs
1.11.6 GENIVI Released VSS3.0

1.12 Automotive OS Open Organization: AUTOSAR
1.12.1 AUTOSAR 
1.12.2 Classification
1.12.3 Main Members of AUTOSAR
1.12.4 Classic AutoSAR Architecture
1.12.5 Adaptive AutoSAR Architecture
1.12.6 Comparison of Classic and Adaptive AutoSAR
1.12.7 Integration of Adaptive AutoSAR and ROS
1.12.8 Core of AutoSAR
1.12.8 Organization of AutoSAR China Working Group  
1.12.9 Project Case of AutoSAR China Working Group  
1.12.10 AUTOSAR Related Software Tool Supplier Business Model (1)
1.12.10 AUTOSAR Related Software Tool Supplier Business Model (2)
1.12.10 AUTOSAR Related Software Tool Supplier Business Model (3)
1.12.10 AUTOSAR Related Software Tool Supplier Business Model (4)
1.12.10 AUTOSAR Related Software Tool Supplier Business Model (5)
1.12.10 AUTOSAR Related Software Tool Supplier Business Model (6)
1.12.10 AUTOSAR Related Software Tool Supplier Business Model (7)
1.12.11 Vector AUTOSAR Solution Business Model 
1.12.12 EB AUTOSAR Solution Business Model 
1.12.13 Neusoft Reach AUTOSAR Solution Business Model 
1.12.14 Business Model of i-Soft Infrastructure Software AUTOSAR Solution
1.12.15 Business Model of Jingwei HiRain AUTOSAR Solution 

1.13 Automotive OS Open Organization: Autoware Foundation
1.13.1 Profile
1.13.2 Autoware 

2. Basic Automotive OS and Enterprises
2.1 QNX
2.1.1 Profile
2.1.2 Business
2.1.3 QNX Real-time Operating System (Neutrino RTOS)
2.1.4 QNX Neutrino RTOS Support Platform 
2.1.5 QNX Vehicle Application
2.1.6 QNX Cockpit Software Platform Solution
2.1.7 QNX Platform for ADAS
2.1.8 Partners
2.1.9 BlackBerry (QNX) Dynamics in Automotive

2.2 Linux&AGL
2.2.1 Profile
2.2.2 Architecture
2.2.3 Version Updates
2.2.4 Version Updates
2.2.5 Version Updates
2.2.6 Customers
2.2.7 Members
2.2.8 Dynamics

2.3 Android 
2.3.1 Introduction to Android & Andriod Auto 
2.3.2 Android Automotive OS
2.3.3 Automotive Users of Android Automotive OS 
2.3.4 Android ‘s Automotive Customers
2.3.5 Android’s Dynamics In Automotive 

2.4 AliOS
2.4.1 Introduction to AliOS
2.4.1 Introduction to AliOS
2.4.2 AliOS Three –Stage Strategy
2.4.3 AliOS Application Layer 
2.4.4 AliOS Architecture 
2.4.5 AliOS Intelligent Cockpit OS 
2.4.6 Internet Car Solution - Panorama 
2.4.6 Shared Mobility Solution - Panorama 
2.4.6 Shared Mobility Solution - Technology System
2.4.6 Shared Mobility Services 
2.4.7 Major Customers 
2.4.8 Dynamics in the Automotive Sector 

2.5 webOS
2.5.1 Development History 
2.5.2 OSE Components and Development roadmap
2.5.3 Integration with AGL
2.5.4 Dynamics in the Automotive Sector 

2.6 Harmony OS
2.6.1 Profile
2.6.2 Development History
2.6.3 HOS OS and Cockpit OS
2.6.4 Cooperation Models between HOS OS and Automakers
2.6.5 Huawei HiCar: Positioned as the Second-generation Smartphone Integration System
2.6.5 Huawei HiCar: Positioned as the Second-generation Smartphone Integration System
2.6.5 Huawei HiCar: Positioned as the Second-generation Smartphone Integration System
2.6.6 Landing 

2.7 VxWorks
2.7.1 Profile
2.7.2 WindRiver Products: VxWorks
2.7.2 WindRiver Products: WindRiver Linux and Wind River AUTOSAR Adaptive Software Platform
2.7.2 WindRiver Products: Helix Virtualization Platform
2.7.3 WindRiver VxWorks Microkernel Architecture (1)
2.7.3 WindRiver VxWorks Microkernel Architecture (2)
2.7.4 Main Partners in the Automotive Sector
2.7.5 Wind River’s Dynamics in Automotive Sector 

2.8 Integrity
2.8.1 Profile 
2.8.2 Middleware and Platform
2.8.3 Safety
2.8.4 Stability
2.8.5 Green Hills Software Integrity RTOS 

2.9 Ubuntu
2.9.1 Profile
2.9.2 Historical Versions
2.9.3 Application
2.9.4 Cooperation in the Automotive Sector 

2.10 ROS
2.10.1 Profile
2.10.2 Introduction to ROS 2.0 
2.10.3 ROS2.0 Iteration 
2.10.4 ROS 2.0 Architecture
2.10.4 ROS Computing Architecture 
2.10.5 Application of ROS in BMW Operating System

2.11 Newstart
2.11.1 Introduction
2.11.2 Development History
2.11.3 Cockpit Solution
2.11.4 Application Case: Application of ZTE Newstart Embedded Operating System in Virtual Dashboard 

2.12 Zephyr project

3. Customized Automotive OS
3.1  Baidu DuerOS  
3.1.1 DuerOS Profile
3.1.1 Competition with Android, Baidu Apollo to Create an Open Source Self-Driving Development Platform
3.1.1 DuerOS Profile
3.1.2 DuerOS Implementable Features
3.1.2 DuerOS Application Scenarios and Customers
3.1.2 In-Vehicle Solutions
3.1.3 Cooperation Case of DuerOS-Dongfeng AEOLUS WindLink 3.0 
3.1.4 Apollo-DuerOS
3.1.5 Apollo-DuerOS Cooperation Case: Chery LION Intelligent Cockpit
3.1.6 Xiaodu In-Car OS 2020
3.1.7 Landing
3.1.8 Cooperation with Chery

3.2 Qing OS
3.2.1 Profile
3.2.2 Features
3.2.3 Qing OS Application Case - inkaNet 3.0 System
3.2.3 Cooperation Projects 

3.3.1 Profile 
3.3.2 Development History
3.3.3 R&D /Technology and Layout 
3.3.3 R&D /Technology and Layout - Voice
3.3.3 R&D /Technology and Layout - Navigation
3.3.3 R&D /Technology and Layout -App
3.3.3 R&D /Technology and Layout –Cultural Innovation
3.3.3 R&D /Technology and Layout --Platform 
3.3.3 R&D /Technology and Layout -Tests
3.3.4 Core Technologies and Major Products
3.3.5 TINNOVE OpenOS 
3.3.5 TINNOVE 3.0
3.3.6 Major Customers and Cases 
3.3.6 Major Customers and Cases – Changan Auto
3.3.6 Major Customers and Cases – JETOUR
3.3.7 Products and Technology Roadmap 
3.3.8 Development Strategy and Planning
3.3.9 Other ( Awards)

3.4 Mushroom OS
3.4.1 Profile
3.4.2 Other Products and Services of Mogu Chelian
3.4.3 Customers and Partners

3.5 Apex.AI
3.5.1 Profile
3.5.2 Dynamics
3.5.3 Apex.OS Features
3.5.4 Apex. OS Application Scenarios and Services
3.6 AICC 
3.6.1 Profile 
3.6.2 AICC takes the lead in organizing and promoting the automotive operating system standard
3.6.4 ICVOS:  Software Architecture
3.6.4 ICVOS:  Development Architecture
3.6.4 ICVOS:  SDK Architecture
3.6.4 ICVOS: Platform-based, connected, scalable
3.6.4 ICVOS:  Vehicle-cloud collaboration
3.6.4 ICVOS:  Basic Information Security Platform

3.7 VW.OS
3.7.1 Profile
3.7.2 Development History
3.7.3 Overall Layout of VW Software
3.7.4 VW.OS Roadmap - Hardware, Software to be Unified
3.7.5 VW to Increase the Proportion of Self-developed Software to 60% in the Future

3.8 Tesla OS
3.8.1 Profile
3.8.2 Tesla: Cloud Operating System

3.9 Nvidia DRIVE OS
3.9.1 Profile
3.9.2 Drive OS SDK Architecture

3.10 Bosch: Construction of New Operating System Architecture Based on Controller Hardware Products

3.11 Toyota Arene OS
3.11.1 Toyota Arene OS Introduction
3.11.2 Ecological Resources of Toyota Arene OS

3.12 Geely SEA OS
3.12.1 Features

3.13 Xiaomi VELA
3.13.1 Profile
3.13.2 VELA Architecture

3.14 MB OS
3.14.1 Profile
3.14.2 MB OS Cooperation

4. Hypervisor
4.1 Profile 
4.1.1 What Is Hypervisor
4.1.2 Hypervisor Comparison
4.1.3 Status Quo of Hypervisor Industry 
4.1.4 Application of Smart Cockpit Hypervisors in China
4.1.5 Prospects of Global Automotive Hypervisor Market
4.1.6 Global Hypervisor Suppliers and Their Product Lists (1) 
4.1.6 Global Hypervisor Suppliers and Their Product Lists (2) 
4.1.6 Global Hypervisor Suppliers and Their Product Lists (3) 
4.1.6 Global Hypervisor Suppliers and Their Product Lists (4) 
4.1.6 Global Hypervisor Suppliers and Their Product Lists (5) 
4.1.6 Global Hypervisor Suppliers and Their Product Lists (6) 
4.1.7 Chinese Hypervisor Suppliers and Their Product Lists
4.1.8 Automotive Virtual Machine Management System Business Model
4.1.9 Hypervisor and Business Model (1)
4.1.9 Hypervisor and Business Model (2)
4.1.9 Hypervisor and Business Model (3)
4.1.9 Hypervisor and Business Model (4)

4.2 QNX Hypervisor
4.2.1 Profile 
4.2.2 Features 
4.2.3 QNX Hypervisor Solution

4.3 ACRN
4.3.1 Profile 
4.3.2 Structure

4.4 COQOS Hypervisor 
4.4.1 COQOS Hypervisor 
4.4.2 COQOS Hypervisor SDK 9.5
4.4.3 Mixed VIRTIO / Non-VIRTIO Architectures
4.4.4 “Next Gen COQOS” Heterogeneous Cores

4.5 PikeOS
4.6 EB Corbos Hypervisor 
4.7 Harman Device Virtualization
4.8 VOSYSmonitor
4.9 L4Re
4.10 Xen Project

4.11 ZlingSmart
4.11.1 Profile
4.11.2 ZlingSmart RAITE Hypervisor: System Design
4.11.3 ZlingSmart RAITE Hypervisor: Intelligent Cockpit Solution 
4.11.4 “RAITE OS”Micro-kernel OS 

5. IVI Mobile Phone Mapping Software
5.1 CarPlay 
5.1.1 Apple’s Car Development Progress
5.1.2 Apple's Titan Project Management Architecture 
5.1.3 Introduction to Carplay
5.1.4 Carplay Split-Screen Display
5.1.5 Carplay Calendar & Carplay Third party APP Language control Right
5.1.6 Automakers Equipped with Carplay

5.2 Android Auto
5.2.1 Profile
5.2.2  Android Auto History
5.2.3 New Features of Android 12: Android Auto driving function will be replaced by Google Assistant driving mode
5.2.4 Software Architecture
5.2.5 Connection

5.3 Carlife
5.3.1 Introduction to Carlife
5.3.2 CarLife+ 
5.3.3 CarLife+Partial Cooperative OEMs
5.3.4 Technology Architecture Parameters
5.3.4 Development Architecture
5.3.5 Carlife and Samsung Launched Custom Version 

5.4 MirrorLink 
5.4.1 Introduction
5.4.2 Cooperated Models and Compatible Mobile Phone 
5.4.3 MirrorLink Framework

5.5 Hicar
5.5.1 Introduction to Hicar
5.5.2 New Baojun Adopts Hicar
5.5.3 Partners of Hicar

5.6 EasyConnection 
5.6.1 Introduction to EasyConnection 
5.6.1 Introduction to EasyConnection 
5.6.2 Users of EasyConnection 
5.6.3 First Installation and Update of Software 

5.7 Qing Mobile
5.7.1 Introduction to Qing Mobile
5.7.2 Highlight Features of Qing Mobile
5.7.3 Cooperation Projects

5.8 SSP-Link
5.9 ViVo Jovi incar
5.10 Xiaomi CarWith

6. Automotive OS Solution Enterprises
6.1 Neusoft NeuSAR
6.1.1 Intelligent Connected Vehicle Business Layout 
6.1.2 Neusoft Deeply Customizes the System Architecture Based on Android
6.1.3 Introduction to NeuSAR
6.1.4 Dynamics of NeuSAR
6.1.5 Software-defined Computing (SDC) Solution  
6.1.6 Core Platform for SDC Business: NeuSAR
6.1.7 Main Products:  NeuSAR ACORE 
6.1.7 Main Products:  NeuSAR CCORE 
6.1.8 Software Architecture for SDV
6.1.9 Series Solutions for SDV
6.1.10 Basic Software Product: NeuSAR 3.0
6.1.10 NeuSAR 3.0 (1)
6.1.10 NeuSAR 3.0 (2)

6.2 ThunderSoft
6.2.1 Profile
6.2.1 Profile
6.2.1 Profile
6.2.2 Development Course 
6.2.3 OS Service
6.2.4 Product:  E-Cockpit Intelligent Connected Cockpit 4.0 
6.2.5 OS Program 
6.2.6 Middleware OS Layout

6.3 iSoft
6.3.1 Introduction to iSoft
6.3.2 Development Course 
6.3.3 New Projects
6.3.4 Product and Service 
6.3.5 AUTOSAR CP+AP Integrated Solution
6.3.6 OS Architecture 

6.4 ArcherMind Technology 
6.4.1 Introduction to ArcherMind Technology 
6.4.2 Introduction to UOS
6.4.3 Main Product:  UOS Server Edition OS
6.4.3 Main Product:  Automotive Electronics Products

6.5 ZTE  
6.5.1 ZTE GoldenOS Solution(1):Micro kernel and Macro kernel Technology Architecture 
6.5.2 ZTE GoldenOS Solution(2): Intelligent Driving OS Solution 
6.5.3 ZTE GoldenOS Solution(3): Intelligent Cockpit OS Solution
6.5.4 ZTE GoldenOS Solution(4): Vehicle Contrl OS Solution 

6.6 RT-Thread  
6.6.1 RT-Thread“Chengxuan”In-vehicle Fusion Software Platform

Automotive Microcontroller Unit (MCU) Industry Report, 2024

With policy support, the localization rate of automotive MCU will surge. Chinese electric vehicle companies are quickening their pace of purchasing domestic chips to reduce their dependence on impor...

Automotive Digital Key Industry Trends Research Report, 2024

Automotive Digital Key Industry Trends Research Report, 2024 released by ResearchInChina highlights the following: Forecast for automotive digital key market;Digital key standard specifications and co...

Automotive XR (VR/AR/MR) Industry Report, 2024

Automotive XR (Extended Reality) is an innovative technology that integrates VR (Virtual Reality), AR (Augmented Reality) and MR (Mixed Reality) technologies into vehicle systems. It can bring drivers...

OEMs’ Next-generation In-vehicle Infotainment (IVI) System Trends Report, 2024

OEMs’ Next-generation In-vehicle Infotainment (IVI) System Trends Report, 2024 released by ResearchInChina systematically analyzes the iteration process of IVI systems of mainstream automakers in Chin...

Global and China Automotive Lighting System Research Report, 2023-2024

Installations of intelligent headlights and interior lighting systems made steady growth. From 2019 to 2023, the installations of intelligent headlights and interior lighting systems grew steadily. I...

Automotive Display, Center Console and Cluster Industry Report, 2024

Automotive display has become a hotspot major automakers compete for to create personalized and differentiated vehicle models. To improve users' driving experience and meet their needs for human-compu...

Global and China Passenger Car T-Box Market Report, 2024

Global and China Passenger Car T-Box Market Report, 2024 combs and summarizes the overall global and Chinese passenger car T-Box markets and the status quo of independent, centralized, V2X, and 5G T-B...

AI Foundation Models’ Impacts on Vehicle Intelligent Design and Development Research Report, 2024

AI foundation models are booming. The launch of ChapGPT and SORA is shocking. Scientists and entrepreneurs at AI frontier point out that AI foundation models will rebuild all walks of life, especially...

Analysis on Geely's Layout in Electrification, Connectivity, Intelligence and Sharing

Geely, one of the leading automotive groups in China, makes comprehensive layout in electrification, connectivity, intelligence and sharing. Geely boasts more than ten brands. In 2023, it sold a tota...

48V Low-voltage Power Distribution Network (PDN) Architecture Industry Report, 2024

Automotive low-voltage PDN architecture evolves from 12V to 48V system. Since 1950, the automotive industry has introduced the 12V system to power lighting, entertainment, electronic control units an...

Automotive Ultrasonic Radar and OEMs’ Parking Route Research Report, 2024

1. Over 220 million ultrasonic radars will be installed in 2028. In recent years, the installations of ultrasonic radars in passenger cars in China surged, up to 121.955 million units in 2023, jumpin...

Automotive AI Foundation Model Technology and Application Trends Report, 2023-2024

Since 2023 ever more vehicle models have begun to be connected with foundation models, and an increasing number of Tier1s have launched automotive foundation model solutions. Especially Tesla’s big pr...

Qualcomm 8295 Based Cockpit Domain Controller Dismantling Analysis Report

ResearchInChina dismantled 8295-based cockpit domain controller of an electric sedan launched in December 2023, and produced the report SA8295P Series Based Cockpit Domain Controller Analysis and Dism...

Global and China Automotive Comfort System (Seating system, Air Conditioning System) Research Report, 2024

Automotive comfort systems include seating system, air conditioning system, soundproof system and chassis suspension to improve comfort of drivers and passengers. This report highlights seating system...

Automotive Memory Chip and Storage Industry Report, 2024

The global automotive memory chip market was worth USD4.76 billion in 2023, and it is expected to reach USD10.25 billion in 2028 boosted by high-level autonomous driving. The automotive storage market...

Automotive AUTOSAR Platform Research Report, 2024

AUTOSAR Platform research: the pace of spawning the domestic basic software + full-stack chip solutions quickens. In the trend towards software-defined vehicles, AUTOSAR is evolving towards a more o...

China Passenger Car Electronic Control Suspension Industry Research Report, 2024

Research on Electronic Control Suspension: The assembly volume of Air Suspension increased by 113% year-on-year in 2023, and the magic carpet suspension of independent brands achieved a breakthrough ...

Global and China Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) Research Report, 2023-2024

1. In 2025, the share of plug-in/extended-range hybrid electric passenger cars by sales in China is expected to rise to 40%. In 2023, China sold 2.754 million plug-in/extended-range hybrid electric p...

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