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歐洲的小型·中型商用車電動式動力方向盤市場策略性考察

Strategic Insight of Electrically Actuated Power Steering for Light and Medium Commercial Vehicles in Europe

出版商 Frost & Sullivan 商品編碼 341667
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 63 Pages
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歐洲的小型·中型商用車電動式動力方向盤市場策略性考察 Strategic Insight of Electrically Actuated Power Steering for Light and Medium Commercial Vehicles in Europe
出版日期: 2015年09月30日 內容資訊: 英文 63 Pages
簡介

大半小型、中型商用車都有搭載油壓式動力方向盤 (HPS) 作為初期裝備。電動式動力方向盤僅有部分小型商用車採用,中型商用車由於前車軸的關係幾乎沒有利用。即使如此,一般仍認為2021年前約半數小型、中型商用車均會搭載電動式動力方向盤。

本報告提供歐洲的小型·中型商用車 (LCV/MCV) 電動式動力方向盤的普及可能性相關分析,提供電動式動力方向盤概要和優點,彙整目前普及情形與未來展望 (今後8年份),動力方向盤引進的經濟效果模擬等資訊,為您概述為以下內容。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 分析的範圍·目的·背景·手法

第3章 產品定義與市場的分類

  • 電力轉向系統的明細
  • 電力轉向系統定義
  • 市場分類

第4章 改善安全性·效率性解決方案概要

  • 商用車的安全系統技術發展藍圖
  • 改善安全性·效率性解決方案概要
  • 伴隨司機不足,安全系統需求的增加
  • 高齡卡車司機的HWW (健康和保健·福利)
  • 伴隨自動駕駛卡車的登場,加速了轉向器的電動化

第5章 市場測量分析

  • 小型·中型商用車的總出貨台數:預測方案分析
  • 出貨台數的明細:各製造廠商·各產品種類
  • 電動式解決方案的普及率:小型商旅車 (LCV) 的情況
  • 電動式解決方案的普及率:中型商用車 (MCV) 的情況

第6章 價格分析及投資報酬率 (ROI)

  • 駕駛者勞動時間 (HOS: Hours-of-Service) 法規
  • 保險業者的見解
  • 案例研究1 - 方案I:以平均司機代替熟練司機 (7.5噸MCV的案例)
  • 案例研究1 - 方案II:以未熟練司機代替平均司機 (7.5噸MCV的案例)
  • 案例研究2 - 方案I:以平均司機代替熟練司機 (17噸MCV的案例)
  • 案例研究2 - 方案II:以未熟練司機代替平均的司機 (17噸MCV的案例)
  • 摘要

第7章 電動式轉向器市場主要製造商 (OEM)

  • Daimler Group
  • Fiat Professional
  • Ford Group
  • Volkswagen Group

第8章 結論與未來展望

第9章 附錄

目錄
Product Code: MB4C-01-00-00-00

Half of LCVs and MCVs to Offer Electrically Actuated Steering by 2021

Most of the commercial vehicles operating in the light (LCV) and medium (MCV) range are predominantly steered by hydraulic power steering (HPS). Very few LCVs use an electrified steering solution, while none of the MCVs are able to use electrified steering because of the front axle. This research looks in the potential for steering electrification and the potential for add-on steering modules such as iHSA. This research is based on secondary and primary data collected from LCV and MCV OEMs active in the European market. The research covers market trends for steering electrification and OEM technology preferences as well as key conclusions, outlooks, and predictions. The base year of the study is 2014, with forecasts up to 2021.

Key Questions

  • What is the current status and future prospect of electrically actuated steering solutions in Europe?
  • How will the market develop by 2021 for partial and full electrically actuated steering?
  • Are there any possibilities of converting pure-play hydraulic power steering into smarter and safer systems with an electric assist?
  • Will a fleet manager be able to recover the investment on a safety and agility related add-on module within the first 2 years of operation in an LCV and MCV?
  • Can a fleet manager mitigate the looming problem of driver shortage by opting for a less experienced driver, while still striving to achieve similar performance levels across metrics?

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 1. Executive Summary-Key Findings
  • 2. Key Findings and Future Outlook
  • 3. Steering Electrification Market Evolution for LCV and MCV
  • 4. Benefits of Add-on Steering Module over Traditional Steering Systems
  • 5. Key Findings from Frost & Sullivan's 2014 Voice of Customer Study
  • 6. Current and Future Outlook for Steering Electrification in Europe

2. 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

3. PRODUCT DEFINITIONS AND MARKET SEGMENTATION

  • 1. Power Steering System Segmentation
  • 2. Power Steering System Definitions
  • 3. Power Steering System Definitions (continued)
  • 4. Market Segmentation

4. OVERVIEW OF SAFETY AND EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT SOLUTIONS

  • 1. Commercial Vehicle Safety Systems Technology Roadmap
  • 2. Overview of Safety and Efficiency Improvement Solutions
  • 3. Driver Shortage Leading to Need for Safety Systems
  • 4. Health, Wellness, and Wellbeing of Ageing Truck Drivers
  • 5. Advent of Autonomous Trucks Accelerates Electrification of Steering

5. MARKET MEASUREMENT ANALYSIS

  • 1. Combined LCV and MCV Unit Shipment Forecast Scenario Analysis
  • 2. Unit Shipment Breakdown by OEM and Product Types
  • 3. Penetration of Electrically Actuated Solution in LCV Segment
  • 4. Penetration of Electrically Actuated Solution in MCV Segment

6. PRICING ANALYSIS AND RETURN ON INVESTMENT

  • 1. Hours-of-Service (HOS) Rule
  • 2. Insurer Perspective
  • 3. Case Study 1-Scenario I: Replacing a Highly Experienced Driver with an Average Driver-7.5-ton MCV
  • 4. Case Study 1-Scenario I: Replacing a Highly Experienced Driver with an Average Driver-7.5-ton MCV (continued)
  • 5. Case Study 1-Scenario II: Replacing an Average Driver with an Inexperienced Driver-7.5-ton MCV
  • 6. Case Study 1-Scenario II: Replacing an Averagely Driver with an Inexperienced Driver-7.5-ton MCV (continued)
  • 7. Case Study 2-Scenario I: Replacing a Highly Experienced Driver with an Average Driver-17-ton MCV
  • 8. Case Study 2-Scenario I: Replacing a Highly Experienced Driver with an Average Driver-17-ton MCV (continued)
  • 9. Case Study 2-Scenario II: Replacing an Average Driver with an Inexperienced Driver-17-ton MCV
  • 10. Case Study 2-Scenario II: Replacing an Average Driver with an Inexperienced Driver-17-ton MCV (continued)
  • 11. Summary

7. KEY OEMS IN THE STEERING ELECTRIFICATION MARKET

  • 1. OEM Profile-Daimler Group
  • 2. OEM Profile-Fiat Professional
  • 3. OEM Profile-Ford Group
  • 4. OEM Profile-Volkswagen Group

8. CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE OUTLOOK

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

9. APPENDIX

  • 1. Cost Split for a Highly Experienced Driver of a 7.5-ton MCV
  • 2. Cost Split for an Average Driver of a 7.5-ton MCV
  • 3. Cost Split for an Inexperienced Driver of a 7.5-ton MCV
  • 4. Cost Split for a Highly Experienced Driver of a 17-ton MCV
  • 5. Cost Split for an Average Driver of a 17-ton MCV
  • 6. Cost Split for an Inexperienced Driver of a 17-ton MCV
  • 7. Abbreviations and Acronyms Used
  • 8. Abbreviations and Acronyms Used (continued)
  • 9. Methodology
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