Provides insight, context, data, and analytics for the key technologies affecting vehicle electronics and architecture, electrical networks including semiconductor components.
The electronics content of a car continues to grow with increasing levels of autonomy, connectivity and electrification. As a result, Electric/Electronics architectures and semiconductors are rapidly evolving to manage the additional power consumption and weight, for example, through adoption of System-on-Chip (SoC) based domain controllers, new network topologies or more efficient power components based on Silicon Carbide.
IHS Markit's Electrics / Electronics (E/E) and Semiconductor Service provides insight, data and analytics for key technologies affecting vehicle electronics and architecture, electrical networks and semiconductor components.
Users can quickly gain insights into market developments, place events and technology trends in context, dive into granular forecasts, and seamlessly drive analytics to support the most challenging decisions.
Planners and strategists use the service to:
The E/E & Semiconductor Service is part of a suite of vehicle component content services. Delivered through AutoTechInsight, an IHS Markit automotive strategy and planning solution, the service provides a view into current automotive trends and future demand through:
In 2019 Jeremie took on the responsibility for the new automotive E/E and Semi service at IHS Markit that oversees electronics/electric architectures and their implementation down at the semiconductor level. In both 2014 and 2015, he was recognized for his excellence as an analyst by awards from the MEMS & Sensor Industry Group, part of the SEMI Association. Since joining IHS Markit in 2010 he developed and led the automotive electronics and semiconductor practice for the technology team. When IHS Markit (now IHS Markit) acquired iSuppli in 2010, he held responsibility for the processing team and the automotive semiconductor practice. With the "NEXUS Market Analysis for MEMS and Microsystems" published in 2005, he pioneered market research for automotive sensors. In 2000, he had co-founded Wicht Technologie Consulting (WTC) in 2000, where he was heading market research for MEMS & Sensors until its acquisition by iSuppli in 2008. His career in technology transfer for sensor technology began at the German office of CEA-LETI. Mr. Bouchaud is a graduate of the Munich University of Applied Sciences and of Ecole Supérieure de Commerce of Grenoble. He speaks German, English and French fluently.