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歐洲自適應轉向市場:後輪轉向解決方案

Rear Wheel Steering Solution Driving the European Adaptive Steering Market

出版商 Frost & Sullivan 商品編碼 985465
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 52 Pages
商品交期: 最快1-2個工作天內
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歐洲自適應轉向市場:後輪轉向解決方案 Rear Wheel Steering Solution Driving the European Adaptive Steering Market
出版日期: 2020年12月21日內容資訊: 英文 52 Pages
簡介

在汽車行業推動自動駕駛的同時,需求,技術開發和部署預計將在該行業的某些領域發生巨大變化。其中之一是轉向。儘管由於COVID-19的影響,自動駕駛技術的創新步伐有所放緩,但據預測,駕駛員將逐漸轉向不需要觸摸方向盤的車輛的開發。

主要在高端車輛中流行的自適應轉向也將受到影響。短期內,半自動駕駛汽車有望成為焦點,但轉向技術,尤其是自適應前轉向(AFS),將需要與其他技術(如線控轉向)競爭。

本報告調查了歐洲的自適應轉向市場,並提供了有關市場增長預測和機遇,主要趨勢和影響,按類型/OEM組/車輛細分/OEM類型,競爭狀況等進行的市場分析的信息。

目錄

執行摘要

  • 自適應轉向市場
  • 自適應轉向類型
  • 自適應轉向市場分析
  • OEM分析

戰略指揮

  • 為什麼增長困難
  • StrategicImperative8
  • 三大StrategicImperative8對市場的影響
  • 通過增長機會刺激GrowthPipelineEngine

增長機會分析

  • 市場分析範圍
  • 市場上主要的OEM競爭對手
  • 市場細分
  • 主要市場指標

技術概述

  • 自適應前轉向概述
  • 自適應前轉向類型
  • 自適應後輪轉向概述
  • 自適應後輪轉向類型
  • 自適應全輪轉向概述

市場分析

  • 市場增長因素
  • 抑制市場增長
  • 預測先決條件
  • 技術滲透情景分析
  • 按類型劃分的技術滲透率
  • OEM組的市場份額
  • 細分市場份額
  • 按OEM類型劃分的市場份額

OEM分析

  • 競爭環境
  • 競爭環境概述
  • 特色OEM集團:Volkswagen Group
  • 特色OEM集團:Ford Group
  • 特色OEM組:Renault Nissan Mitsubishi Alliance
  • 特色OEM集團:BMW Group
  • 特色OEM集團:Daimler Group

增長機會宇宙

  • 增長機會:進行具有成本效益的部署的技術創新

下一步

目錄
Product Code: MFC9-18

Advancements in Steering Technology and Migration Toward Automated Vehicles to Diminish Demand for Adaptive Front Wheel Steering

While the automotive sector strives toward automated driving, certain segments within the industry are expected to witness a drastic shift in demand, technological development, and deployment. One such segment is steering. While the pace of innovation in automated driving has slowed due to COVID-19, the gradual transition toward the development of a vehicle with driver out of the loop is imminent. Adaptive steering, which has gained traction primarily among premium end vehicles, is expected to be affected by such developments. While the short term focuses on semi-automated vehicles, this offers a window of opportunity for steering technologies, especially for adaptive front steering (AFS), which will have to compete with developments in other technologies such as steer-by-wire.

The basic adaptive steering mechanism comprises obtaining the vehicle speed data from the sensors and through its actuators enhance or reduce the front steering ratio or provide rear wheel angular movement, depending on the availability of the technology in the vehicle. This not only improves the comfort and maneuverability in urban conditions, but also offers directional stability while making lateral displacements at high speeds.

AFS varies the steering ratio in only the front wheels, while rear wheel steering (RWS) offers rear wheel angular movements that either turn in the opposite or same direction of the front wheels, depending on the vehicle's speed. All wheel steering (AWS), on the other hand, is a combination of AFS and RWS, offering the functionalities of both systems.

This report deep dives into each type of adaptive steering and provides a comprehensive analysis of the technologies. It analyzes the market trends in Europe and discusses their impact on the growth and performance of each type of adaptive steering solution. The report also includes OEM competitive aspects such as technology penetration forecast by OEM and vehicle segment.

Key Issues Addressed:

  • How is the adaptive steering market forecast to grow and the key trends expected to impact growth?
  • How are the take-up rates of various adaptive steering types projected to evolve between 2019 and 2030?
  • Which are the vehicle segments forecast to lead the adaptive steering market growth?
  • Which are the OEMs currently offering adaptive steering, and what is their market share?
  • What are the types of adaptive steering OEMs offer and in which segments of their vehicle line-up?

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

  • Executive Summary-Adaptive Steering Market
  • Executive Summary-Types of Adaptive Steering
  • Executive Summary-Adaptive Steering Market Analysis
  • Executive Summary-OEM Analysis

Strategic Imperatives

  • Why Is It Increasingly Difficult to Grow?
  • The Strategic Imperative 8™
  • The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives 8™ on the Adaptive Steering Market
  • Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Growth Opportunity Analysis, Adaptive Steering Market

  • Adaptive Steering Market Scope of Analysis
  • Key OEM Competitors for the Adaptive Steering Market
  • Adaptive Steering Market Segmentation
  • Key Market Metrics for the Adaptive Steering Market

Technology Overview, Adaptive Steering Market

  • Adaptive Front Steering Schematic, Adaptive Steering Market
  • Adaptive Front Steering Types, Adaptive Steering Market
  • Adaptive Rear Wheel Steering Schematic, Adaptive Steering Market
  • Rear Wheel Steering Types, Adaptive Steering Market
  • Adaptive All Wheel Steering Schematic

Market Analysis, Adaptive Steering Market

  • Growth Drivers for the Adaptive Steering Market
  • Growth Restraints for the Adaptive Steering Market
  • Forecast Assumptions, Adaptive Steering Market
  • Technology Penetration Scenario Analysis, Adaptive Steering Market
  • Technology Penetration by Type, Adaptive Steering Market
  • Market Share by OEM Group, Adaptive Steering Market
  • Market Share by Vehicle Segment, Adaptive Steering Market
  • Market Share by OEM Type, Adaptive Steering Market

OEM Analysis, Adaptive Steering Market

  • Competitive Environment, Adaptive Steering Market
  • Competitive Environment-Overview
  • OEM Group in Focus-Volkswagen Group
  • OEM Group in Focus-Ford Group
  • OEM Group in Focus-Renault Nissan Mitsubishi Alliance
  • OEM Group in Focus-BMW Group
  • OEM Group in Focus-Daimler Group

Growth Opportunity Universe, Adaptive Steering Market

  • Growth Opportunity: Technology Innovation for Cost-Effective Deployment
  • Growth Opportunity: Technology Innovation for Cost-Effective Deployment (continued)

Next Steps

  • Your Next Steps
  • Why Frost, Why Now?
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