E/E and Semiconductor

The E/E and Semiconductor Vehicle Domain provides insight, context, data, and analytics for the key technologies affecting vehicle electronics and architecture and 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 increasing power consumption and weight, for example, through the adoption of System-on-Chip (SoC) based domain controllers, new network topologies or more efficient power components based on Silicon Carbide. 

Users quickly gain insights into market developments, place events and technology trends in context, dive into granular forecasts, and seamlessly drive analytics to support challenging decision making.

Topics covered:

  • Future E/E architectures including domain and zone controllers
  • In-vehicle networking technologies like Ethernet, CAN, FlexRay
  • In-vehicle electrical architecture such as 48 V systems 
  • ECU and semiconductor shipment, revenue and supplier penetration for the major vehicle systems including ADAS, Infotainment, Body, Powertrain, HEV-EV, Chassis & Safety 
  • Semiconductor ICs for E/E implementation: processing, control, memory and storage, sensing, networking and communication, and power management
  • Sensor chips including image, radar, inertial, current, magnetic and pressure
  • Model-level forecasts on domain controllers, central body control modules, engine ECU, transmission ECU, wiring harnesses.

Planners and strategists use the Vehicle Domain to:

  • Assess and forecast new E/E and semiconductor technology growth
  • Analyze competition and understand OEM purchasing strategies
  • Evaluate customer technology adoption paths

The E/E & Semiconductor Vehicle Domainis part of a suite of vehicle content solutions accessed through AutoTechInsight, an S&P Global Mobility automotive strategy and planning solution delivering: 

  • Sector News & Insights (covering all Vehicle Domains) 
  • Reports (Vehicle Domain specific) 
  • Supplier Profiles (Vehicle Domain specific) 
  • CFA Relations 
    • OEM-Supplier relationships 
    • Analyst and survey-based researched databases 
    • Delivered via Query Tool and five analytics via Analytics Tool (Vehicle Domain specific) 
  • Access to analysts, a listing of autonomy-related events and monthly webinars 
  • OEM-level and Model-level forecasts, technology fitment, and supplier relationships (optional add-ons) 


Phil Amsrud
Phil Amsrud

Phil Amsrud is a Senior Principal Analyst for the automotive semiconductor research area with a special focus on advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicles (AV) technologies, S&P Global Mobility.

Having spent over 35 years in the automotive electronics industry working for an OEM, supporting Tier 1s and managing North America for a semiconductor supplier, Phil joined S&P Global Mobility to analyze the ADAS and Autonomous Vehicle semiconductor market.

Phil began his career in the automotive electronics as a design engineers at GM on the ABS program. From there he joined Motorola Semiconductor Products Sector supporting Delphi Electronics then became part of Freescale Semiconductor that was spun off form Motorola. At Freescale he managed the filed sales and applications engineers supporting Continental Automotive.

After obtaining his Master's in business, Phil joined ON Semiconductor and was responsible for field sales and applications team in the Americas region supporting Continental Automotive. Phil also served as a new business development manager for the America for BAE System/Fairchild Imaging prior to joining S&P Global Mobility .

Phil holds both Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and a Master of Science in Business from the Univeristy of Wisconsin-Madison, US.

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