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全球智慧型駕駛產業分析

Global Intelligent Driving Industry Report, 2014

出版商 ResearchInChina 商品編碼 311738
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 89 pages
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全球智慧型駕駛產業分析 Global Intelligent Driving Industry Report, 2014
出版日期: 2014年09月03日 內容資訊: 英文 89 pages
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全球各國目前都在智慧型駕駛技術,以期不久實現化。智慧型駕駛是由各種駕駛支援技術組成,以自動、無人駕駛為目標。目前汽車廠商供給的技術內容仍停留在支援駕駛/半自動駕駛技術的水準,但高級車及中級車,甚至部分低價格車皆已搭載駕駛支援技術(避免碰撞技術等等)。目前正在研究開發的自動駕駛技術也預計不久即可被高級車所採用。此外,Google等技術企業也協助分車廠,朝汽車運轉技術的領域發展。2013∼2017年駕駛技術支援市場預測年平均成長率(CAGR)將達到20%。

本報告提供全球的智慧型駕駛(高度駕駛輔助技術)產業相關分析,提供智慧型車輛/駕駛的技術性概要和目前開發情形,主要的支援·相關技術,全球各國的ADAS(先進駕駛輔助系統)的引進情形,彙整主要汽車廠商/技術企業技術開發·活用狀況與今後的預測的資訊,為您概述為以下內容。

第1章 智慧型車輛和智慧型駕駛

  • 智慧型車輛
  • 智慧型駕駛概要
  • 駕駛輔助技術
    • 車道維持支援(LKA)
    • 停車支援系統(PAS)/後向安全輔助系統(RAS)
    • 防撞系統(CAS)/剎車支援系統(BAS)
    • 行車距離控制(ACC)
    • 夜視影像(夜視鏡)系統(NVS)
    • 協調型駕駛輔助系統

第2章 全球各國的先進駕駛輔助系統(ADAS)引進情形

  • 全球ADAS市場
  • 市場結構

第3章 汽車各製造公司的智慧型駕駛系統的裝載情形

  • Volkswagen Group
    • Volks Wagenwerk
    • Audi AG
    • 其他品牌
  • BMW
  • Daimler AG
  • Volvo
  • GM
  • Ford
  • 豐田汽車
  • 本田技研工業
  • Nissan

第4章 自動駕駛技術的研究開發(R&D)情形與藍圖:汽車廠商的情況

  • Volvo
    • 最新的自動駕駛技術活用狀況
    • 目前進行中的研究開發(R&D)計劃
    • 自動駕駛技術發展藍圖
  • Mercedes-Benz
  • BMW
  • Audi
  • Ford
  • 豐田汽車
  • Nissan

第5章 自動駕駛技術的研究開發(R&D)情形與藍圖:技術企業的情況

  • Google
    • 現在進行中的研究開發(R&D)計劃
    • 傳統的汽車廠商的差異
  • Mobileye Vision Technologies
  • Baidu

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目錄
Product Code: TT003

Intelligent car is now developing towards in-vehicle infotainment and intelligent driving, which have become increasingly practical since 2013. Intelligent driving is based on various driver assistance technologies, chiefly aimed at automated or unmanned driving.

Already-launched automated driving technologies by international advanced vehicle makers are still in the stage of driver assistance or semi-automated driving. In addition to a great many high- and medium-class cars, some economical passenger cars have also begun to adopt driver assistance technologies, and automated driving systems in a particular case like traffic jam assistant have been installed in some streamlined advanced models. Automated driving technologies in the research and development test have entered the highly-automated driving stage. In 2013-2014, several vehicle makers or technology companies e.g. Google launched their highly-automated driving concept models.

Driver assistance technologies all over the world have ushered in massive configuration of advanced driver assistance system (ADAS), which is also one of the most-demanding automotive sectors in recent years, expected to see a CAGR of 20% over 2013-2017.

The combined utilization of multiple ADASs can achieve a higher automation and make driving smarter. As a general rule, the more ADAS systems a car carries, the more intelligent it is. On the whole, Volvo, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Audi and Nissan lead the way in ADAS configuration, with more functions, higher automation and supporting ratio. Vehicle makers prefer to apply ADAS systems to new, top-selling and new energy models.

Volvo will sell the first with highly-automated driver assistance system - XC90 at the end of 2014,followed by other leading vehicle makers from 2015. It is expected that mass-produced highly-automated cars will appear around the year 2020, and large-scale commercially-applied fully-automated ones around 2030.

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Global Intelligent Driving Industry Report, 2014 focuses on the following:

  • Overview of intelligent car and intelligent driving, including intelligent car industry chain scale, development stages of intelligent driving, overview of main driver assistance systems and automated driving technologies;
  • Application of ADAS around the world, covering market size of global ADAS industry chain, growth trends of ADAS, and configuration of main ADASs;
  • Application of intelligent driving systems by major vehicle makers, including technologies used in ADASs, already-used advanced driver assistance technologies, and ADAS Configurations in various models;
  • R&D and application of latest technologies, road test items and automated driving roadmaps of automated driving technology-leading vehicle makers and technology companies.

Table of Contents

1. Intelligent Car and Intelligent Driving

  • 1.1 Intelligent Car
  • 1.2 Overview of Intelligent Driving
  • 1.3 Driver Assistance Technology
    • 1.3.1 Lane Keeping Assist (LKA)
    • 1.3.2 Parking Assist System (PAS)/ Reverse Assist System (RAS)
    • 1.3.3 Collision Avoidance System (CAS)/Brake Assist System (BAS)
    • 1.3.4 Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)
    • 1.3.5 Night Vision System (NVS)
    • 1.3.6 Driver Fatigue Monitoring and Warning System
    • 1.3.7 Cooperative Driver Assistance System

2. Global ADASApplication

  • 2.1 Global ADAS Market
  • 2.2 Configuration

3. Intelligent Drive System Assembly by Vehicle Makers

  • 3.1 Volkswagen Group
    • 3.1.1 Volks Wagenwerk
    • 3.1.2 Audi AG
    • 3.1.3 Other Brands
  • 3.2 BMW
  • 3.3 Daimler AG
  • 3.4 Volvo
  • 3.5 GM
  • 3.6 Ford
  • 3.7 Toyota
  • 3.8 Honda
  • 3.9 Nissan

4. Automated Driving Technology R&D and Roadmap of Vehicle Makers

  • 4.1 Volvo
    • 4.1.1 Application of Latest Automated Driving Technologies
    • 4.1.2 R&D Projects under Field Test
    • 4.1.3 Roadmap for Automated Driving
  • 4.2 Mercedes-Benz
    • 4.2.1 Application of Latest Automated Driving Technologies
    • 4.2.2 R&D Projects under Field Test
    • 4.2.3 Roadmap for Automated Driving
  • 4.3 BMW
    • 4.3.1 Application of Latest Automated Driving Technologies
    • 4.3.2 R&D Projects under Field Test
    • 4.3.3 Roadmap for Automated Driving
  • 4.4 Audi
    • 4.4.1 Application of Latest Automated Driving Technologies
    • 4.4.2 R&D Projects under Field Test
    • 4.4.3 Roadmap for Automated Driving
  • 4.5 Ford
    • 4.5.1 R&D Projects under Field Test
    • 4.5.2 Cooperative R&D Projects
  • 4.6 Toyota
    • 4.6.1 R&D Projects under Field Test
    • 4.6.2 Roadmap for Automated Driving
  • 4.7 Nissan
    • 4.7.1 Application of Latest Automated Driving Technologies
    • 4.7.2 R&D Projects under Field Test
    • 4.7.3 Roadmap for Automated Driving

5. Automated Driving Technology R&Dand Roadmap of Technology Companies

  • 5.1 Google
    • 5.1.1 R&D Projects under Field Test
    • 5.1.2 Differences with Traditional OEM Manufacturer
  • 5.2 Mobileye Vision Technologies
  • 5.3 Baidu

Selected Charts

  • Models for Basic ITS Elements
  • Market Size of Intelligent Car Industry Chain, 2014-2030E
  • Volvo-defined Four Stages of Automated Driving and Plan for Automated Driving
  • Three Programs for Intelligent Driving
  • Active Safety-related Laws and Institution Standards in Various Regions
  • Weight Coefficients of Euro NCAP in Various Fields
  • Varieties of ADAS
  • Recognition of Road Markings by Camera
  • Lane Departure Warning Diagram
  • Lane Keeping Assist Systems Winning Euro NCAP Advanced in 2012
  • Display of Panoramic Parking System
  • Intelligent Parking Procedure
  • Effect Comparison between Braking with and no Brake Assist System
  • Autonomous Emergency Braking Systems Winning Euro NCAP Advanced in 2012
  • Active Collision Avoidance System Procedure
  • ACC Procedure
  • Nighttime Visual Range Comparison among Night Vision Systems
  • Display Screen of Central Control Panel When Opening Night Vision System
  • Projection of Night Vision System When Detecting A Pedestrian
  • Facial Features-based Fatigue Monitoring
  • Real-time Vehicle Trajectory-based Fatigue Monitoring
  • Technical Points and Functions of Cooperative Driver Assistance
  • Application Examples of Cooperative Driver Assistance
  • Automated Driving Stages Corresponding to Intelligent Driving Systems
  • Sensing Systems of Self-driving Car
  • Structure of Automotive Automated Driving System
  • Plans for Automated Driving of Major Complete Vehicle Makers
  • Global Demand for Sensor for ADAS, 2010-2019E
  • Global Market Size of Semiconductor Device for ADAS, 2010-2019E
  • Global Penetration of Main ADASs, 2010-2016E
  • Global ADAS Market Size, 2010-2019E
  • Lane Departure Warning/Assistance System Configuration by Major Complete Vehicle Makers
  • Parking Assist/Intelligent Parking System Configuration by Major Complete Vehicle Makers
  • Pre-Collision System (with Active Braking) Configuration by Major Complete Vehicle Makers
  • Adaptive Cruise Control Configuration by Major Complete Vehicle Makers
  • Night Vision System Configuration by Major Complete Vehicle Makers
  • Auto Models with More Than Three ADASs (LDW, Parking Assist, Active Braking, ACC, Night Vision System)
  • Volkswagen Front Assist System
  • Volkswagen Parking Assist System
  • Volkswagen Lane Assist System
  • ADAS Configuration in Various Volkswagen Models
  • Audi Pre Sense Front System
  • Audi Adaptive Cruise Control - Sensor and Their Detection Ranges
  • Audi Park Assist - Parking Procedure
  • Audi Lane Assist
  • Audi Night Vision Assistant
  • ADAS Configuration in Various Models of Audi
  • ADAS Configuration in Various Models of Porsche
  • ADAS Configuration in Various Models of SEAT & Skoda
  • BMW Park Assistant
  • BMW Night Vision
  • ADAS Configuration in Various Models of BMW
  • Main Advanced Configurations for BMW's Driver Assistance
  • Mercedes-Benz Attention Assist Illustration
  • Mercedes-Benz Brake Assist Plus and Pre-Safe Brake Illustration
  • Mercedes-Benz DISTRONIC PLUS with Steering Assist
  • Main Advanced Configurations for Mercedes-Benz's Driver Assistance
  • ADAS Configuration in Various Models of Mercedes-Benz
  • Main Advanced Configurations for Volvo's Driver Assistance
  • ADAS Configuration in Various Models of Volvo
  • GM's Driver Assistance Systems
  • ADAS Configuration in Various Models of GM
  • Main Advanced Configurations for Volvo's Driver Assistance
  • Ford Active Park Assist
  • ADAS Configuration in Various Models of Ford
  • ADAS Configuration in Various Models of Lincoln
  • Main Advanced Configurations for Ford's Driver Assistance
  • Toyota's Pre-collision System (Newly-developed in 2012)
  • Main Advanced Configurations for Toyota's Driver Assistance
  • ADAS Configuration in Various Models of Toyota
  • ADAS Configuration in Various Models of Lexus
  • Advanced Features of CMBS
  • Honda ADAS Diagram
  • Main Advanced Configurations for Honda's Driver Assistance
  • ADAS Configuration in Various Models of Honda
  • Nissan Forward Emergency Braking System
  • Nissan Distance Control Assist System Configuration
  • Nissan Lane Departure Prevention System Configuration
  • Main Advanced Configurations for Nissan's Driver Assistance
  • ADAS Configuration in Various Models of Nissan
  • ADAS Configuration in Various Models of Infiniti
  • Already-used Automated Driving-related Technologies by Volvo
  • Volvo Adaptive Cruise Control with Steering Assistance
  • Volvo Safe Road Trains for the Environment
  • Volvo Self Parking Car
  • Volvo's First Self-driving Autopilot Car Test on Public Roads around Gothenburg
  • Volvo's Road Magnet-based Positioning System
  • Already-used Automated Driving-related Technologies by Mercedes-Benz
  • Sensors Used by New S-Class of Mercedes-Benz
  • Technologies Used by Mercedes-Benz for Intelligent Drive
  • Mercedes-Benz "Future Truck 2025": Highway Pilot
  • Already-used Automated Driving-related Technologies by BMW
  • Self-cornering of BMW Connected Drive Concept Car at High Speed
  • Sensors Used by BMW Connected Drive Concept Car
  • Stage Plans for Automated Driving of BMW
  • Already-used Automated Driving-related Technologies by Audi
  • Audi's First Electronically Controlled Glare Free High-beam System in the World
  • Already-used Automated Driving-related Technologies by Ford
  • Ford Automated Fusion Hybrid Research Vehicle
  • Already-used Automated Driving-related Technologies by Toyota
  • Composition of Toyota AHDA
  • Already-used Automated Driving-related Technologies by Nissan
  • Nissan's 360簞 Around View Monitor with Moving Object Monitoring Function
  • Nissan's Public Road Test of Autonomous Drive in Nov. 2013
  • Sensors Used in Leaf Automated Driving Prototype
  • Composition of Google's First Driverless Concept Car
  • 3D Image (Analogical) Produced by Google Laser Range Finder
  • Car Makers Using Mobileye's Image Processing Chips
  • Functions Provided by Mobileye's Camera-based Products
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