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  • Antonio Garzon, Phil Amsrud | April 17, 2019
    The central body control module was the first ECU to become a sort of hub or gateway managing multiple basic functionalities related to doors, windows, seats, lighting and air conditioning. However, infotainment is currently the vehicle domain where the most radical consolidation is happening.
  • Jason dePreaux | April 04, 2019
    The interrelation of energy and technology is not new. However, CERAWeek seems primed to be at the nexus of these two disciplines in the future. I expect the increased presence of technology companies at future conferences, an even larger Agora, and a sharpened focus on transformational technologies like cloud services, IoT, AI, and robotics. This is true especially as cloud giants look to more fully penetrate markets beyond consumer and enterprise.
  • March 21, 2019
    A key reason for cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) development is to meet auto industry demand for autonomous driving technologies. In this context, C-V2X point-to-point communication is viewed as a wider radio communication sensor, complementing camera, radar, Lidar and other traditional advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) sensing technologies.


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  • Alex Liu | April 18, 2019
    This report provides the latest Chinese vehicle shipment and forecast, and focuses mainly on the automotive electronic system market in China.
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  • Stacy Wu | April 16, 2019
    This quarterly report provides in-depth analysis on the automotive display panel module market shipments, technology trends and value chain dynamics.
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  • Jérémie Bouchaud, Antonio Garzon | April 16, 2019
    The automotive semiconductor market was worth $41.8 billion in 2018, almost $1 billion less than previously estimated. The global economic uncertainty affected car production in 2018 and memory prices finally started to decrease, but the automotive electronics market still grew 9.5% from 2017 to 2018.
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  • Richard Dixon, PhD | March 22, 2019
    This paper addresses the markets and technology for magnetic sensors in automotive applications. The focus is a commercial assessment for XMR (AMR, GMR and TMR) sensor ICs and a technology roadmap for this type of technology with a long-term adoption view out to 2030. Different applications are discussed in terms of technology readiness and the suitability of various competing sensors compared.
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  • IHS Markit New Year’s Briefing – Frankfurt – 2019
    Antonio Garzon | January 31, 2019
    IHS Markit analyst presents the trends in automotive electronics with a detailed look at the challenges facing the automotive industry and supply chain.
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  • 5G Automotive Forum - Berlin - 2018
    Antonio Garzon | October 30, 2018
    Cellular vs 802.11-Based Communications: Conflicting or Complementing Technologies? ▪ Global vehicle production, automated driving and embedded telematics estimates though 2030 ▪ Timeline and key events ▪ Current V2X scenario ▪ 802.11p and C-V2X comparisonand ecosystems ▪ V2X vendors: semiconductor, software, module, device, network equipment, automobile OEMs ▪ C-V2X trials ▪ V2X use cases, safety and automated driving latency requirements ▪ European Commission guiding policy principles ▪ Key questions
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  • Icon Senior Analyst, Automotive Semiconductor
    Antonio Garzon is a senior automotive semiconductor analyst at with a special focus on infotainment, body electronics and advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS).
  • Icon Senior Principal Analyst, Automotive Semiconductor
    Phil Amsrud is a senior principal analyst for the IHS Markit's automotive semiconductor research area with a special focus on advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving technologies.

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