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客車駕駛用介面·系統相關主要著重領域

Key Focus Areas for Driving Interface Systems for Passenger Cars

出版商 Frost & Sullivan 商品編碼 329044
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 61 Pages
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客車駕駛用介面·系統相關主要著重領域 Key Focus Areas for Driving Interface Systems for Passenger Cars
出版日期: 2015年04月20日 內容資訊: 英文 61 Pages
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隨著消費者對乘車·駕駛性能需求的擴大,小客車技術開發的焦點從底盤的開發轉換到安全性·資料辨識·即時資訊處理,正在開發並活用透過GPS導航系統的地圖活用、利用攝影機、LIDAR/雷達的影像識別、活用V2v·V2I通訊技術的數據點獲得等系統。這些新技術與底盤控制技術的一體化運作雖然也很重要,但大部分的汽車廠商及一級零件供應商的方針則是更著重於配合強化路面安全性、改善駕駛舒適度等目前消費者要求改善的事項。

本報告提供客車的各種駕駛用介面──電動變速器換檔 (ETS),與各種踏板,路面情形感測技術等──的開發情形與普及預測相關分析,提供您各技術概要和特性,性能上的目標,具體的選項(技術選擇)概要,普及推動因素,主要的引進案例等相關調查與考察。

本報告提供以下問題的答案。

  • 駕駛用介面技術中,何者與廠商方面的車輛性能改善(燃油消耗率·乘車經驗·安全性等)相關?
  • 電動變速器換檔 (ETS)解決方案中,何者現在最受歡迎?2025年的階段也將保持受歡迎嗎?
  • 未來的駕駛用介面技術中,為何如此重視路況感測技術?小客車市場中哪個市場區隔將成為「最初的採用者」?
  • 各種的自動駕駛系統,是否關係到促使駕駛用介面·系統的普及
  • 觸覺式回饋是什麼?小客車市場中哪一個區隔將開始引進?

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 分析的範圍·目的·背景·手法

第3章 定義與分類

  • 產品/系統的分類
  • ETS (電動變速器換檔) 系統定義

第4章 市場概況

  • 駕駛用介面·系統市場:主要資料
  • 駕駛用介面技術的引進推動因素
  • ETS的引進推動因素
  • 路況檢測技術的引進推動因素
  • 踏板的引進推動因素

第5章 ETS系統分析

  • ETS (電動變速器換檔):摘要
  • ETS的技術
  • ETS:性能方面的主要目標
  • ETS:技術趨勢
  • 技術性選項與其主要特徵
  • 技術性選項和廠商方面的偏好
  • 案例研究:JaguarDrive Selector
  • 案例研究:Prodrive的半自動變速器 (AMT)
  • 購買標準:重要性和滿意度

第6章 踏板分析

  • 踏板:摘要
  • 踏板:主要的考慮事項
  • 踏板·感測器的技術性選項與其主要的特徵
  • 踏板·感測器的技術性選項:誘導感測器
  • 踏板·感測器的技術性選項:磁感測器
  • 各種踏板位置感應技術比較分析
  • 主要的踏板技術
  • 觸覺式回饋的有效利用方法
  • 案例研究:Nissan 的觸覺式油門踏板
  • 全自動車的human factor (人因)
  • 技術性·結構性選項與其主要的特徵
  • 驅動系統·變速箱的購買標準

第7章 路況檢測技術分析

  • 路況檢測技術:摘要
  • 路況檢測技術:性能方面的主要目標
  • 技術性選項與其主要的特徵
  • 感測器·相機活用型的路況檢測技術比較分析
  • 連接性活用型的路況檢測技術比較分析
  • 關於改善駕駛經驗的重要方面

第8章 結論與未來展望

  • 主要的結論與今後的預測
  • 分析結果:3個主要的預測
  • 法律上的免責聲明

第9章 附錄

目錄
Product Code: M984-01-00-00-00

Leveraging Electronic Innovation to Enhance Vehicle Dynamics in Manual and Automated Modes

New developments in terms of the increasing consumer need for better ride and handling have shifted the focus from chassis development to safety, data recognition, and real-time information by utilising maps from GPS navigation systems, image recognition based on cameras, LIDAR and radar, and data points acquired via V2V and V2I communications. In addition, there is growing interest in autonomous driving systems. Through integrated control involving the cooperative inter-operation of these technologies with chassis control systems, numerous OEMs and tier 1 companies are developing systems that further enhance road safety, performance, and driving comfort, as required by present-day consumers.

Key Questions this Study will Answer

  • What driving interface technologies are targeted to help OEMs improve vehicle performance, including fuel efficiency, ride performance, and safety?
  • Which electronic transmission shift (ETS) solution is popular today, and will it continue to remain attractive by 2025?
  • Why are road surface sensing systems considered important to the future of driving interface technologies? Which segments will be the early adopters of the same in passenger cars?
  • Are various levels of automated driving likely to drive the penetration of driving interface systems?
  • What is haptic feedback and which PV segment will adopt it?

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Executive Summary

  • 1. Executive Summary-Key Findings
  • 2. Driving Interface Technology Adoption Drivers
  • 3. Key Findings and Future Outlook
  • 4. Executive Summary-Associated Multimedia

2. RESEARCH SCOPE, OBJECTIVES, BACKGROUND, AND METHODOLOGY

Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and Methodology

  • 1. Research Scope
  • 2. Research Aims and Objectives
  • 3. Key Questions this Study will Answer
  • 4. Research Background
  • 5. Research Methodology
  • 6. Key OEM/Participant Groups Compared in this Study

3. DEFINITIONS AND SEGMENTATION

Definitions and Segmentation

  • 1. Product/System Segmentation
  • 2. ETS System Definitions

4. MARKET OVERVIEW

Market Overview

  • 1. Key Facts about the Driving Interface Systems Market
  • 2. Driving Interface Technology Adoption Drivers
  • 3. ETS Adoption Drivers
  • 4. Road Surface Condition Sensing Adoption Drivers
  • 5. Pedals Adoption Drivers

5. ANALYSIS OF THE ETS SYSTEM

Analysis of the ETS System

  • 1. ETS-Summary
  • 2. ETS-Technology
  • 3. ETS-Key Performance Goals
  • 4. ETS-Technology Trends
  • 5. Technology Alternatives and Key Attributes
  • 6. Technology Alternatives and OEM Preference
  • 7. Case Study: JaguarDrive Selector
  • 8. Case Study: Automated Manual Transmission (AMT) by Prodrive
  • 9. Case Study: AMT by Prodrive (continued)
  • 10. Purchase Criteria-Importance versus Satisfaction

6. ANALYSIS OF PEDALS

Analysis of Pedals

  • 1. Pedals-Summary
  • 2. Pedals-Key Considerations
  • 3. Pedal Sensors-Technology Alternatives and Key Attributes
  • 4. Technology Alternatives for Pedal Sensors-Inductive Sensors
  • 5. Technology Alternatives for Pedal Sensors-Magnetic Sensors
  • 6. Comparative Analysis of Different Pedal Position Sensor Technologies
  • 7. Key Pedal Technologies
  • 8. Applications of Haptic Feedback
  • 9. Case Study-Nissan Haptic Gas Pedal
  • 10. Human Factors in Fully Automated Vehicles
  • 11. Technology Architectural Alternatives and Key Attributes
  • 12. Purchase Criteria by Driveline and Transmission

7. ANALYSIS OF ROAD SURFACE CONDITION SENSING

Analysis of Road Surface Condition Sensing

  • 1. Road Surface Condition Sensing-Summary
  • 2. Road Surface Condition Sensing Technology-Key Performance Goals
  • 3. Technology Alternatives and Key Attributes
  • 4. Comparative Analysis of Sensor and Camera-based Surface Condition Sensing
  • 5. Comparative Analysis of Connectivity-based Surface Condition Sensing
  • 6. Important Aspects to Improve the Driving Experience

8. CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE OUTLOOK

Conclusions and Future Outlook

  • 1. Key Conclusions and Future Outlook
  • 2. The Last Word-3 Big Predictions
  • 3. Legal Disclaimer

9. APPENDIX

Appendix

  • 1. Relevant Research
  • 2. Methodology
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