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Power steering systems report

Power steering systems report

Publication Date: 23/04/2021

This report is available to view and download now as part of the Chassis Service

Chassis technology is responsible for a vehicle’s overall performance in terms of dynamics, safety, and fuel efficiency—in short, a key contributor to a vehicle’s competitive performance. Furthermore, through the use of advanced materials, it has a significant role to play in reducing carbon dioxide output.

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About this report

Power steering systems, as the name suggests, do exactly that—they power steering systems. With the autonomous driving era relatively just around the corner, the role of the steering system becomes even more pivotal, as it is an important piece of human-machine interface (HMI).

While the primary function of a vehicle’s steering wheel, and thus the system it houses, has been to steer the vehicle, today, this role has expanded. The steering is becoming a component that holds buttons for multimedia functions within the car. In fact, several automakers are using the steering wheel for safety by adding driver alertness functions.

However, in the autonomous era, the future of the steering system (by way of steering wheel) becomes a challenge.

In this report, we will discuss the future steering systems technology and market, supported by key market drivers and challenges, technology development in the interim, and associated market and technology outlooks for steering systems as a vehicle component and its subcomponents, which include the hydraulic pump, the motor, and the electronic control unit (ECU).

  • Overview
    • Executive summary       
    • Objective           
    • Research methodology
    • Introduction     
  • Technology analysis
    • Technology overview    
    • HPS systems     
    • EHPS systems   
    • EPS systems      
    • SBW systems    
    • Subcomponent analysis              
    • PSS technology preparing for autonomous driving           
    • Cost analysis     
  • Market analysis
    • Market landscape brief
    • Market size briefing       
    • Market drivers and constraints  
    • Global demand
    • Greater China   
    • Europe
    • North America  
    • Japan/Korea     
    • South Asia         
    • South America  
  • Supplier analysis
    • Supplier overview          
    • JTEKT   
    • Nexteer             
    • ZF         
    • BAS      
    • NSK      
    • Other SBW suppliers     
  • OEM analysis
    • Infiniti  
    • Stellantis           
    • Ford     
    • GM       
    • Tesla    
    • Audi     
    • BMW   
  • Key findings
  • Tier-1 supplier profiles

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