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    E/E Architecture: enabling software-defined cars
    The migration to more centralized architectures has started and will accelerate from 2025. While the industry generally agrees on the need to evolve from distributed to centralized architectures to support Software Defined Cars and new business models such as paid updates and OTA, this migration is complex and disruptive. The pace of adoption will differ based on the portfolio of OEMs, ranging from baby steps to giant implementation strides. The E/E Architecture revolution is also disrupting the...
    Automotive ECU Supplier Market Share 2022
    The automotive ECU supplier market share database provides an analysis of the market shares of more than 350 automotive electronics system suppliers: Revenue market share of automotive electronics system suppliers for approximately 42 automotive electronics applications (sub-domain) (ECUs, standalone PCB, sensor modules) Key Issues addressed: Who are the big winners and losers in the electronics modules market, and how fast is each company growing and how much have they grown over the p...
    Automotive Semiconductor Market Tracker - November 2022
    Early forecasts of growth in 2022 in the automotive chip market ended up with much higher growth reaching almost $67 billion in 2022 despite a decrease in light vehicle production highlighting inventory building across the semiconductor domain. As we approach 2023, unlike previous years the growth forecast is expected to be lower with geopolitical tensions, demand destruction, and lower inventory building all having an impact. Despite this, the average chip content value for a passenger vehicle ...
    Automotive Show Report - CES 2023
    CES 2023 was held in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States from January 5-8, in both in-person and digital formats. The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) reported that CES 2023 saw over 115,000 industry attendees, with over 3200+ companies (including 1,000 startups) exhibiting, making it the largest audited global technology event since early 2020.
    How to leverage connectivity for profitability
    Connected cars generate a lot of data, and monetization of this data has become one of the most promising profit pools across the industry. As the traditional automotive players seek to transition from hardware to software-as-a-service (SaaS) and subscription businesses, there are new opportunities to be tapped for OEMs, parts suppliers, data aggregators, insurance companies, technology players, aftermarket companies, infrastructure providers, and even governments. This report explores the gr...
    Automotive cybersecurity - market trends and growth scenario analysis
    The S&P Global Mobility Cybersecurity 2022 Report provides a comprehensive look at the landscape of cybersecurity threats facing the automotive industry. This report contains qualitative and quantitative analysis of cybersecurity product forecasts, market trends, and technological solutions. It contains information and data forecasts for cybersecurity software and services based on yearly cybersecurity-enabled vehicle unit sales and systems in use. What is new in this report? The S&...
    Automotive operating systems—is open source the future?
    This report explores the growth and importance of in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) software in the automotive industry. The report primarily focuses on reviewing the many operating systems (OS) and software used by infotainment and telematics modules in today’s cars. The report also mentions hardware systems and related applications but not as the main focus of this report. The report analyzes in detail the growing significance of open-source software and middleware in reducing software time t...
    Over-the-air (OTA) updates - commercial opportunities and trends
    This report seeks to explore software and firmware over-the-air (OTA) update trends as they exist today in the automotive industry and are likely to evolve going forward. It provides a perspective on how automotive remote software updates will develop and which segments are the most important. The report provides a detailed understanding on how various market players, like OTA solution providers and automotive OEMs, are collaborating or partnering with embedded electronics companies, IoT plat...
    V2X communications - global growth and trends
    This report explores the growth and importance of vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication based on automotive telematics systems. The automotive telematics forecasts from IHS Markit analyze technology deployment, monitor OEM sourcing strategies, and identify specific new business opportunities through a six-year forecast calendar of new programs. The data represents sales forecasts of factory-installed telematics systems in new light vehicles. The technologies, trends, and forecasts of V2X ...
    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.
    Connected services and hardware report
    This report explores the growth and importance of connected services based on automotive telematics systems. The trends for key telematics service segments are included in the report. It also includes necessary information and forecasts for telematics hardware, as all the telematics services depend on the yearly telematics unit sales and telematics systems in use. The report also provides a comprehensive coverage of key telematics hardware suppliers and their relationship with various OEMs, h...
    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.
    Head unit systems and software applications
    This report seeks to explore the ‘connected car’ as it stands today from both a hardware (infotainment head unit) and software (applications) perspective. The report provides a thorough understanding of infotainment head unit systems, an in-depth demand outlook for these systems, main players, and market drivers at  global and regional levels. The report delves into the growth and importance of infotainment software and smartphone projection-based applications and the associated t...
    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.
    Automotive cybersecurity – market trends
    This report explores  the importance of cybersecurity systems and its growth in the automotive industry. The products, technologies, trends, and forecasts for key cybersecurity segments are included in the report. It contains information and forecasts of the cybersecurity software and services, as all the cybersecurity segments depend on yearly cybersecurity-enabled vehicle unit sales and systems in use. The research in this report is focused on the key cybersecurity segments. The report r...
    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.
    Legislation Tracker: COVID-19 Impact on Connected Car
    IHS Markit is closely monitoring the effects of COVID-19 on impending car connectivity legislation either as a direct result of the virus or the indirect economic impact.
    2020 Connected Car Industry Trends - Autoteq5G Presentation
    This presentation reviews the state of vehicle connectivity as it stands today and as the global automotive industry prepares itself for the post-pandemic world.
    Data monetization
    This report explores the growth and importance of automotive data monetization strategies. The technologies, trends, and forecasts for key telematics service segments are included in the report. It also includes necessary information and forecasts for data monetization services, mainly depending on yearly telematics unit sales and telematics systems in use. Connected cars generate data about who is using them, how they are used, and where they are used. Over the last decade, the automotive in...
    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. 
    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
    Cockpit Domain Controller Report
    Historically vehicles have had a flat electrical/electronic (E/E) architecture with electronics control units (ECUs) responsible for different functions, which typically lead to a large number of ECUs per car. Some vehicles might have as many as 60 to 100, or even more, distinct ECUs. As the number of features increases this drives up hardware and software cost, complicates operations, increases engineering complexity, slows down time-to-market availability, and makes the vehicle heavier with ea...
    Automotive Connectivity & Services - Presentation
    The presentation talks about Automotive Connectivity & Services: State of the market coming out of COVID-19.
    Infotainment Head Unit Systems Report
    This report provides a basic understanding of infotainment head unit systems for cars as well as an in-depth demand outlook of the systems, main players, and market drivers on global and regional levels. The infotainment head unit is the command center of a vehicle’s entertainment functions including radio tuner, media connectivity, audio playback, navigation, as well as the human-machine interface (HMI) element, i.e., the center stack display. IHS Markit uses three categories to se...
    Infotainment software and applications
    This report explores the growth and importance of infotainment software and smartphone projection-based applications in the automotive industry. The technologies, trends, and forecasts for key infotainment software and applications included in the report are taken from IHS Markit head unit systems (HUS) forecast database. The detailed forecast analyzes leading players, software deployment, monitor OEM sourcing strategies, and identifies specific new business opportunities through a six-year fore...
    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.
    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.
    Branded Speakers and Acoustics Report
    This report provides a basic understanding of premium audio technology for cars, an in-depth demand outlook, main players, and main market drivers at regional and global levels. How does IHS Markit define premium audio? In-vehicle audio components that provide decent sound quality continue to be one of the most indispensable features of in-car infotainment. Since the term premium audio is subject to individual perceptions—what is considered premium by one might not by another—it is i...
    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.
    Automotive services, apps & software and forecast
    IHS Markit estimates that more than 50% of the total cost of developing a vehicle today is related to software or electronic components. As these hardware components become more software-driven, many automakers are openly repositioning themselves as software-based and services-based companies by providing things such as smartphone-centric applications, usage-based Insurance, and over-the-air (OTA) updates in the car. This report provides a basic understanding of primary automotive software pl...
    Innovation Day: The Connected Car Journey - Presentations
    Presentations are only available to 'Connected Car' and 'E/E and Semi' service subscribers.
    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.
    Connected Car Outlook - Fall Automotive Client Briefing - Frankfurt - Presentation
    This presentation was given at the 2019 Fall Autotmotive Client Briefing in Frankfurt, Germany by Beatriz Minamy.
    Automotive Services, Apps, and Software Forecast
    This forecast gives perspectives on how automotive software, apps, and services will develop and which segments are the most important.
    Telematics Systems Market and Technology Trends Report
    This report provides a basic understanding of telematics technology for cars as well as an in-depth demand outlook for telematics systems, main players, and main market drivers at a global and regional level. IHS Markit uses a simple definition of telematics. Telematics refers to solutions and applications built on top of information content flowing via wireless communication to and/or from the automobile. Alternately, telematics can be defined as a combination of telecommunication and inform...
    In-Car Wireless Charging Forecast
    Wireless charging is expected to grow not only for consumer devices but also for automotive applications in the next several years.
    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.
    Evolution in Cockpit Electronics - New York Auto Show - Presentation
    This presentation was given at the 2019 New York Auto Show by Brian Rhodes, and includes TCU bandwidth trends, V2X forecast, headunits and displays, and ECU consolidation trends.
    Infotainment Systems Forecast
    The Global Forecast Database provides seven-year forward and historical forecast data broken out by technology, region/country, units, and revenue.
    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.
    Telematics Services Report
    This report explores the growth and importance of services based on telematics systems in the automotive industry. The technologies, trends, and forecasts for key telematics service segments are included in the report. It includes basic information and forecasts of the telematics hardware, as all the telematics services depend on the yearly telematics unit sales and telematics systems in use. The research in this report is focused on the most important telematics service segments. The report de...
    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 Software Platforms
    Hardware components in the car have become more software-driven, and many automakers are openly repositioning themselves as software-based and services-based companies, by providing capabilities such as smartphone-centric applications, consumer-centric infotainment operating systems, and virtual personal assistants (VPAs) in the car. This report provides a basic understanding of these primary automotive software platforms, as well as an in-depth demand outlook for these subject areas, which i...
    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.
    The Ever-Expanding Connected Car Market
    This report is focused on covering telematics and connected car technologies and their current and future applications. It includes an assessment of the status of connected vehicle technologies. A forecast summary of multiple market segments is included on a global basis. IHS Markit uses the following terminology for connected vehicles: Embedded modem: Wireless communication is provided via a built-in modem. Embedded telematics are factory/OEM systems that feature an embedded ...
    Services, Apps & Software – OS and Projection Capable Forecast Database
    This forecast provides infotainment headunit OS and smartphone projection capable unit volumes based on vehicle production brand and country.
    Automotive Cybersecurity Report
    Please note that the forecast was updated in May 2018. The report was last updated in November 2017. This report covers the global market for cyber security measures for embedded wireless systems, physical systems, and cyber -physical systems, in the car. The paper covers some of the aspects that necessitate the need for cyber security measures, such as attack surfaces, threat models, and attack vectors. This includes a brief history of current reported cyber security attacks. The r...
    Usability Review - GM Marketplace Platform
    In early December 2017, General Motors (GM) announced the rollout of GM Marketplace, a platform to make reservations, order a coffee, or get a deal on an oil change—right from the headunit. Since the announcement, around 2 million 4G LTE—enabled Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, and GMC vehicles have received Marketplace by way of an over-the-air (OTA) update. GM claims that by 2019, over 4 million vehicles would be Marketplace-enabled. IHS Markit recently tested this feature on two vehicles, 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...
    Over-the-Air Updates: Real Market Emergence
    Over-the-air (OTA) updates have significant economic advantages owing to large cost savings compared with existing manual approaches. Since our last report in 2015, there has been a real market emergence of OTA updates in cars, particularly in the telematics and infotainment space. A major mainstream automaker, General Motors (GM), is also believed to have implemented OTA core electronic control units (ECUs) updates this year.  The real market emergence is primarily precipitated by recal...
    Apps Integration Strategy
    Scope This report looks at what the major automakers and suppliers are doing in respect to app integration platforms that are emerging in the automotive space. Topics include a market and technical analysis of how smartphone apps can be integrated into an infotainment system's human-machine interface (HMI) controls, the emerging platforms succeeding in the marketplace, and the types of software development kits (SDKs) and application program interfaces (APIs) available to developers. At the e...
    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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