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駕駛監控系統:歐洲的汽車廠商 (OEM) 各公司的策略

Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) Strategies for Driver Monitoring Systems in Europe

出版商 Frost & Sullivan 商品編碼 341830
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 63 Pages
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駕駛監控系統:歐洲的汽車廠商 (OEM) 各公司的策略 Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) Strategies for Driver Monitoring Systems in Europe
出版日期: 2015年09月30日 內容資訊: 英文 63 Pages
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所謂駕駛監控系統 (DMS) ,是分析了駕駛者的行動之後,透過瞌睡感測和恰當警告喚起駕駛者的注意力,防止駕駛疏忽造成事故的設備。還有透過方向盤上的感測器和黑白相機,支援駕駛者不越出行車線。部分廠商,DMS不僅是防止事故,還活用為HMI (人機介面) 之一,以加強駕駛者的駕駛體驗。

本報告提供相關分析、歐洲各國的汽車廠商及零件供應商之駕駛監控系統 (DMS) 的開發與引進情形相關分析、市場整體結構,及主要促進與阻礙因素、今後的市場趨勢預測、龍頭製造商的引進計劃 (各公司的特徵等)、相關供應商的合作關係等資訊彙整,為您概述為以下內容。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 分析範圍

第3章 主要定義和市場概要

  • 系統的分類和定義
  • 駕駛監控系統 (DMS) 相關法規概要
  • 無人路上行車的層級
  • DMS的演進:從安全性到人機介面 (HMI)
  • DMS的功能、技術的偏好:比較分析
  • DMS:主要功能的一覽
  • DMS:可利用的追加功能

第4章 推動及阻礙市場要素

  • DMS推動、阻礙市場要素
  • 推動市場要素
  • 阻礙市場要素

第5章 市場預測與趨勢

  • 各技術的出貨台數預測:龍頭製造商的情況
  • 各功能的出貨台數預測:龍頭製造商的情況
  • 駕駛監控系統:技術方面的評估 (各製造廠商)
  • 駕駛監控系統:功能方面的評估 (各製造廠商)
  • 代表性技術的普及可能性分析

第6章 龍頭製造商結構的特徵和ADAS策略

  • 在DMS相關結構方面的偏好:龍頭製造商的情況
  • 案例研究1:Audi - 休息推薦功能
  • 案例研究1:Audi - DMS概要
  • 案例研究2:BMW - 注意力補充功能
  • 案例研究2:BMW - 系統的概要
  • 案例研究2:BMW - 系統概要
  • 案例研究3:Ford - 駕駛者警告功能
  • 案例研究3:Ford - 系統概要
  • 案例研究4:Mercedes-Benz - 注意力補充功能
  • 案例研究4:Mercedes-Benz - 注意力補充功能的概要
  • 案例研究4:Mercedes-Benz - 注意力補充系統概要
  • 案例研究5:Volkswagen - 駕駛者疲勞檢測功能
  • 案例研究5:Volkswagen - 系統概要

第7章 其他的廠商的DMS策略:概要

第8章 與主要供應商的DMS藍圖,主要製造商的合作關係

  • Bosch:著重駕駛監控系統 (DMS)
  • Bosch:DMS和ADAS、自動駕駛功能的一體化 (概要)
  • Bosch的DMS發展藍圖
  • 德國馬牌的駕駛監控系統
  • 德國馬牌的DMS發展藍圖
  • 案例研究:Denso的駕駛監控系統
  • 其他大供應商的DMS提供趨勢

第9章 結論與主要分析結果

第10章 附錄

目錄
Product Code: MB86-01-00-00-00

Behavior-Based Systems to Remain Strong Until 2021 Despite Advanced Functionality of Inward-Facing Camera-Based Systems

Driver Monitoring Systems (DMS) analyze driver behavior, detect behavior patterns for micro-sleep, and issue appropriate warnings to alert and refocus the driver's attention back to the road, thus working to reduce drowsiness-related crashes. DMS functions are achieved using data processed from the steering angle sensor, the sensors on the steering wheel, and a mono camera with lane assist. However, the industry is expected to move from using traditional sensors to camera-based systems. Several OEMs have realized the potential of systems which not only support additional DMS functionalities, but also act as a human machine interface and enhance the driver experience.

Key Questions This Study Will Answer

  • What are the hardware options available to achieve driver monitoring functions? What are the OEM preferences by 2021?
  • What are the possibilities of sensor integration with a subordinate ECU?
  • What are the available functions in driver monitoring systems? What DMS features are expected to be incorporated in the future generation of passenger vehicles?
  • Which are the top OEMs in Europe that are offering or planning to offer DMS in their vehicle lines? Which OEMs have plans to incorporate stereo camera-based systems?
  • Which are the top Tier-I suppliers with a sturdy portfolio supporting DMS functions?

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 1. Driver Monitoring Systems-Implications
  • 2. Comparative Analysis-Key OEMs' Strategies with Vision-based DMS
  • 3. Market Competitors-Key Success Factors
  • 4. Summary of Technological Trends
  • 5. Executive Summary-Associated Multimedia

2. RESEARCH SCOPE

  • 1. Research Scope
  • 2. Key Questions This Study Will Answer
  • 3. Key Participant Groups Compared in This Study

3. KEY DEFINITIONS AND MARKET OVERVIEW

  • 1. System Classification and Definition
  • 2. Legislative Overview for Driver Monitoring Systems
  • 3. Levels of On-Road Vehicle Automation
  • 4. Evolution of DMS from Safety to Human Machine Interface (HMI)
  • 5. Comparative Analysis of DMS Functions and Technology Preferences
  • 6. DMS-Key Functions Matrix
  • 7. DMS-Additional Functions Possible

4. DRIVERS AND RESTRAINTS

  • 1. DMS Market Drivers and Restraints
  • 2. Market Drivers
  • 3. Drivers Explained
  • 4. Market Restraints
  • 5. Restraints Explained

5. FORECAST AND TRENDS

  • 1. Unit Shipment Forecast by Technology-Leading OEMs
  • 2. Unit Shipment Forecast by Functions-Leading OEMS
  • 3. Driver Monitoring Systems-OEM Preference of Technology
  • 4. Driver Monitoring Systems-OEM Preference of Functionality
  • 5. Feasibility Analysis of Selected Technologies

6. ARCHITECTURAL OVERVIEW OF MAJOR OEMS WITH ADAS STRATEGIES

  • 1. Architectural Preferences for DMS-Leading OEMs
  • 2. Case Study 1: Audi-Rest Recommendation
  • 3. Case Study 1: Audi-DMS Overview
  • 4. Case Study 2:BMW-Attentiveness Assistant
  • 5. Case Study 2: BMW-Schematic Depiction
  • 6. Case Study 2: BMW-System Overview
  • 7. Case Study 3: Ford-Driver Alert
  • 8. Case Study 3: Ford-System Overview
  • 9. Case Study 4: Mercedes-Benz-Attention Assist
  • 10. Case Study 4: Mercedes-Benz-Attention Assist Schematic Depiction
  • 11. Case Study 4: Mercedes-Benz-Attention Assist System Overview
  • 12. Case Study 5: Volkswagen-Driver Fatigue Detection
  • 13. Case Study 5: Volkswagen-System Overview

7. DMS STRATEGIES OF OTHER OEMS-OUTLINE

  • 1. DMS Strategies of Other OEMs
  • 2. DMS Strategies of Other OEMs (continued)

8. MAJOR SUPPLIERS-DMS ROADMAP AND KEY OEM PARTNERSHIPS

  • 1. Bosch-Focus on Driver Monitoring System
  • 2. Bosch's Schematic for Integrating DMS with ADAS and Automated Driving
  • 3. Bosch-DMS Roadmap
  • 4. Continental-Driver Monitoring System
  • 5. Continental-DMS Roadmap
  • 6. Case Study-Denso Driver Monitoring System
  • 7. Other Tier-I Suppliers Considering DMS

9. CONCLUSION AND KEY FINDINGS

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

10. APPENDIX

  • 1. Methodology
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