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    OTA technologies for automation and autonomy
    This report seeks to explore software and firmware over-the-air (OTA) update trends and their role as an enabler of higher levels of autonomy. This research encompasses various levels of automation and aims to provide in-depth insights into how the most technologically focused OEMs are participating in the evolution of automation and autonomy and the role of OTA updates in enabling such features. The report also includes an overview of five key OTA players and their main offerings as well as som...
    How autonomous vehicles will change interiors
    Autonomous driving is one of the most disruptive technologies in the history of modern vehicles. It has the potential to transform not only how a vehicle will be driven but also utilized in the future while ensuring maximum safety and ride comfort. Autonomous driving will likely also change vehicles’ interiors like never before. The latest report on “How autonomous vehicles will change interiors” analyzes how autonomous driving, especially Level 4 and Level 5 autonomy, will offer automa...
    Autonomy regulation tracker
    The Autonomy Regulation Tracker gives a comprehensive overview of the national and international regulations governing the testing and deployment of ADAS, automated driving, and autonomous vehicle systems.
    Expanding vehicle perception with enhanced data
    Technologies for sensing and perception are improving to further develop advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving. This report seeks to explore various technologies that are used to enhance the sensing data to expand the vehicle perception and its influence in achieving higher levels of autonomy. It includes a comprehensive analysis of the competitive landscape of major technologies based on the latest innovations. The automotive industry continues to adopt new technolog...
    ADAS, automation, and autonomy: OEM strategies
    OEMs adopt various strategies around product development, technology selection, and collaboration with other OEMs, tier-1 suppliers, and technology players, as well as branding and packaging of options and standard features that improve the attractiveness of their vehicle and technology product offerings to gain a competitive advantage in the market. This report examines the automotive ecosystem, detailing such strategies of major OEMs and the key partnerships within it. Its scope extends fur...
    Automotive chip shortage: the new normal?
    As part of the 2022 New Year's Briefing, IHS Markit has compiled a presentation around analysis of its latest automotive semiconductor demand and capacity forecast.
    Automotive Show Report - CES 2022
    CES 2022 was held in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States from January 5-7, with around 400,000 visitors, 744 exhibitors, and 936 speakers.
    ADAS Production Forecast Database
    The ADAS Production Forecast Database provides seven-year forward and historical forecast data split by technology, region, and unit volume. This forecast provides a quantitative outlook for 21 ADAS and automated driving applications based on vehicle production region, as well as camera, radar, and lidar sensors on a global basis.
    Autonomous Vehicle Sales Forecast
    The IHS Markit Autonomy Forecasts are the model-level data upon which this forecast is based and includes new vehicle sales of all SAE J3016 Levels of Automation (from Level 0 through Level 5) from 2020 through 2033.
    Imagining the ‘Apple Car’
    While Apple is yet to confirm or deny exploring vehicle development under the codename Project Titan, also referred as Chromium, a vast array of automotive stakeholders and commentators have been inquisitive of what may materialize from the so-called ‘Apple Car.’ Due to the secrecy around Apple’s car venture, a lot remains unknown or unconfirmed about the project from the manufacturing location(s), potential partners, and projected volume. This research note ...
    Automotive Show Report - IAA Mobility
    IAA Mobility 2021 took place in Munich, Germany, from September 7-12.
    Camera sensor report - Technologies, trends, and forecast
    Active safety and advanced driver assistance technologies continue to evolve largely driven by automotive regulations and changing consumer preferences towards a more convenient and safer driving experience. Safety assessment bodies such as Europe New Car Assessment Program (Euro NCAP) along with the other regional NCAPs are putting greater emphasis on the deployment of active safety technologies across all the passenger vehicle segments. These efforts are also bolstered by voluntary agreemen...
    L4 autonomous vehicle announcement tracker
    The Level 4 Autonomous Vehicle Announcement Tracker gives a detailed overview of the public announcements of level 4 autonomous vehicle testing and deployment.
    Automotive radar sensor report
    According to the World Health Organization (WHO), an estimated 1.25 million people die each year from road crashes. Vehicular and pedestrian safety has become a key focus point for automotive OEMs and transport regulatory authorities. OEMs are supporting the “Road to Zero” project by offering standard and optional active safety and advanced driver-assistance system (ADAS) features in their vehicles. ADAS applications, such as adaptive cruise control (ACC), automatic emergency braking (AEB...
    Automotive Show Report - Shanghai
    The Auto Shanghai 2021 was the 19th International Automobile Industry Exhibition and took place at the National Exhibition and Convention Center Shanghai in China from 19-28 April 2021.
    NCAP and autonomous regulations
    To address the pervasive issue of road crashes and the risk of death or serious injuries to both drivers and passengers, regulatory authorities, independent safety bodies, and governmental organizations have been drafting regulations and guidelines. These guidelines are aimed toward improving the crashworthiness and crash avoidance capabilities of vehicles and reduce fatalities from road crashes. This report outlines and discusses the various vehicle safety regulations and guidelines influenc...
    Camera and display mirrors
    This edition report will provide a crucial update about the emerging market for mirror replacements in the automotive industry, looking at two distinct applications in the rear view and the side view. Each technology is assessed from the camera and the display perspectives, including separate market forecasts for both. This report serves not only to forecast these new market opportunities, but also as a viability assessment of these solutions, an in-depth review of the current regulato...
    ADAS Production Forecast Database
    This forecast provides a quantitative outlook for 21 ADAS and automated driving applications based on vehicle production region, as well as camera, radar, and lidar sensors on a global basis.
    Autonomous Vehicle Sales Forecast 2020
    This forecast includes new vehicle sales of all SAE J3016 Levels of Automation (from Level 0 through Level 5) from 2019 through 2032.
    Automotive Show Report - CES 2021
    This report highlights high-level themes represented at the show and summarizes announcement details by company with key insights for how the technologies presented impact automotive and technology strategies and industries.
    Applications, levels, and OEM strategy: From ADAS to autonomous
    Automotive OEMs have been focusing on improving the safety of their vehicles to address the pervasive issue of traffic crashes, with greater focus on crash avoidance to build upon long-standing benefits in crashworthiness. This effort is further supported by government regulations, independent safety evaluations such as New Car Assessment Program (NCAP), and voluntary commitments by the automotive industry worldwide. To offer active safety and driver assistance features while maintaining a so...
    Automotive Show Report - Beijing 2020
    The focus of the 2020 Beijing Motor Show were intelligent cars and alternative drive systems. All renowned automotive manufacturers and suppliers as well as numerous startups participated in the 2020 show. 
    HD Mapping and Localization Report
    This report provides an in-depth insight into the emerging market for high-definition maps (HD maps, autonomous maps) in the automotive industry. This report covers technology reviews of different approaches to HD map creation and updating, a look at the status of global standardization, and a comprehensive analysis of the major players. Furthermore, the report also aims to provide an in-depth coverage of the HD mapping supply chain, highlighting the key suppliers and startups along with thei...
    IHS Markit Fall Auto Briefing 2020 - Autonomy, Electrification and Smart Cockpit drive new EE Architectures
    This report talks about the evolution of automotive electronics/electric architectures
    IHS Markit Fall Auto Briefing 2020 - Case study on growing automotive software complexity
    This report delves into how the vehicle is transforming from a mechanical device to software-driven electronics and where should automotive R&D focus for technology development
    IHS Markit Fall Auto Briefing 2020 - Connected Car - South America
    This presentation shows the South American outlook for connected car configurations and features, and the evolution of related technologies.
    IHS Markit Fall Auto Briefing 2020 - Digital transformation in the Connected Car
    This report deliberates on how the connected car market is expected to evolve post COVID and what are the opportunities in the 'new normal'
    IHS Markit Fall Auto Briefing 2020 - Introduction scenarios of higher levels of automation
    This report reviews the factors that influence the adoption of autonomy and ADAS features and the various strategies being pursued by OEMs
    Spring Automotive Client Briefing - Europe - Presentations
    These presentations were given at the 2020 IHS Markit Spring Automotive Client Briefing - Europe (webinar) on  EV Charging Infrastructure and Connected Car.
    Autonomous Vehicle Sales Forecast 2019
    This forecast includes new vehicle sales of all SAE J3016 Levels of Automation (from Level 0 through Level 5) from 2018 through 2031.
    Automotive Show Report - CES 2020
    This report highlights high-level themes represented at the show and summarizes announcement details by company with key insights for how the technologies presented impact automotive and technology strategies and industries.
    Domain Controllers for Autonomy and the Cockpit - Presentation
    This presentation was given as part of the December 2019 AutoTechInsight webinar series by Phil Amsrud and Antonio Garzon.
    Automotive Show Report - Los Angeles
    The Los Angeles (LA) Auto Show is an annual car show held at the Los Angeles Convention Center in late November or early December.
    ADAS Semiconductor Market Tracker Report - H1 2019
    The ADAS system shipments are used as input to estimate the units and revenue generated for each semiconductor category. Attach rates and ASPs are applied in a background model not included in this tracker. The 25 types of ADAS systems in the car are grouped in 7 sub-domains: Camera, Domain Controller, Driver Monitoring, Lidar, Park Assistance ECU, Radar and Robo-taxis retrofit systems. Vehicle production in 2019 will be less than that of 2018, and 2020 is forecast to be flat to 2019. Desp...
    Automotive lidar sensor
    Sensing and perception technologies are getting more advanced to support the development of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving technologies. Lidar stands for light detection and ranging and is based on laser beams for scanning a vehicle’s surrounding. Because of technical advantages over other sensing technologies, lidar sensors are experiencing increased adoption by automotive OEMs and autonomous driving companies. Research scope and methodology This r...
    Automotive Show Report - Tokyo
    The theme of the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show was “Open Future” focusing on cutting edge futuristic technologies including future mobility, flying cars, next-generation personalized mobility, autonomous driving, connected vehicles, and new energy-based vehicles.
    Fall Automotive Client Briefing - Detroit - Presentations
    These presentations were given at the 2019 IHS Markit Fall Automotive Client Briefing in Detroit, Michigan.
    Automotive Show Report - Frankfurt
    The 2019 International Motor Show (IAA) took place at Frankfurt Am Main from 10–22 September 2019.
    Automotive Show Report - New York
    The 2019 New York International Auto Show (NYIAS) took place at Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York, the US from 19–28 April 2019.
    Automotive Show Report - Geneva
    The 2019 Geneva show was majorly focused around future trends for the automotive industry and conceptual technologies—electrification of vehicles and connected mobility, driverless vehicles, packages of digital services, and transportation services.
    Automotive Spring Conference Series - Presentations
    These presentations were given at the 2019 IHS Markit Automotive Spring Conference in Detroit, Michigan by Dr. Egil Juliussen, Jeremy Carlson, Brian Rhodes and Kyle Davis.
    Automotive Show Report - NAIAS
    The 2019 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) took place at Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan, United States from 12-27 January 2019.
    Automotive Show Report - CES
    The annual CES continues to host the world’s automotive innovators to highlight the most cutting-edge technologies the industry can offer.
    CES 2019: OESA Annual Briefing on Automotive Technology - Presentation
    This presentation was given at the 2019 CES OESA Annual Briefing on Automotive Technology by Dr. Egil Juliussen, Jeremy Carlson, Colin Bird-Martinez, Brian Rhodes and Mark Boyadjis.
    Automotive Show Report - Los Angeles
    The Los Angeles (LA) Auto Show is an annual car show held at the Los Angeles Convention Center in late November or early December.
    ADAS Applications and Sensors Report
    This report outlines and discusses the market for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). ADAS offer an aid to the driver aimed at making the driving activity either safer, more convenient, or both; ADAS increasingly do so via autonomous control that does not always require the driver to interact with the system or the vehicle. Please note that this report includes only systems installed or fitted when the vehicle is manufactured. These systems are often known as “factory-installed”, ...
    Autonomous Vehicle Report
    Autonomous vehicles have received tremendous interest in the last five years—first from high-tech companies and then from the automotive industry. The research and development investments in autonomous vehicle technology have passed USD12 billion and are growing by multiple billions of dollars per year. Waymo, a self-driving car company that began as a part of Google, has spent an estimated more than USD2 billion from 2009 through 2017 on its autonomous driving effort. The race to develop the ...
    Mobility as a Service
    The shared use of vehicles has been available for decades, but ubiquitous connectivity has carried these business models into the 21st century under the label of mobility services. Perceived in the past as expensive or inconvenient, smartphones and cloud platforms now enable flexible, alternative use of cars as a product and are establishing mobility as a service and transforming personal mobility and the automotive, transportation, and technology industries. This report will analyze the curr...
    Camera and Display Mirrors Report
    This report dives into the emerging market for mirror replacements in automotive, looking at two distinct applications in the rearview and side view. Each of these technologies are assessed from both the camera and display perspectives, including separate market forecasts for both. This report serves not only to forecast these new market opportunities, but also as a viability assessment to these solutions, an in-depth review of the current regulatory environment surrounding mirror repl...
    High-Tech Industry Impact on Automotive: Apple and Other Potential Disruptors
    The high-tech industry is eyeing automotive opportunities because its own industry growth is slowing and large outside opportunities are needed to keep up its traditional growth rate. The high-tech industry is also entering the automotive industry because it can and because its technology is needed and will advance and improve the auto industry in many ways. The high-tech industry is both a supplier and competitor to the automotive industry, as summarized in the following table. ...
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