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Continually updated coverage of the global automotive electronics market, including intensive research on the semiconductor and sensor technologies used in automotive applications. Plus: competitive analysis of the top semiconductor and Tier 1 suppliers, along with a roadmap of the electronic systems and architectures to be used in vehicles in the next 10 years.
Complete examination of the semiconductor market for automotive electronics, including forecasts for shipments, revenues and average selling prices (ASPs) of more than 300 key semiconductor device categories. Also includes competitive analysis of top suppliers and purchasers, as well as a 10-year automotive electronics roadmap.
Substantive research on sensor technology used in the automotive industry. Over 120 applications are addressed by technology, measurement type and insertion point. Coverage also includes detailed reporting on the supply chain for suppliers as well as Tier 1 and Tier 2 levels.
A key challenge facing IoT developers and adopters is the complexity inherent in creating and managing IoT applications. IoT platforms are software and services that reduce this complexity by abstracting away from developers and users many of the horizontal features and functionality common to IoT applications across a range of use cases and verticals. However, there are hundreds of IoT platform vendors currently. This intelligence service sizes and forecasts the IoT platform market, and provides an assessment of the strategic issues and trends impacting the market.
The Teardown Automotive Intelligence Service enables companies to perform a valuable and actionable combination of in-depth and strategic analysis. The information easily allows comparison between similar devices in a given application group or across multiple applications.

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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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