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August 25, 2016
Hybrid-EV Portal has been renamed the E-Mobility Service
Richard Dixon, PhD | August 04, 2016
Automotive magnetic sensor market hit by exchange uncertainties, low vehicle sales

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Comprehensive examination of automotive electronics from the procurement side including component pricing, supplier market shares and purchasing power of tier 1.
The Automotive OEM & Tier 1 Electronics Intelligence Service provides continuous coverage of the global automotive electronics market, including intensive research on the semiconductor and sensor technology used in automotive applications, as well as competitive analyses of the top semiconductor and Tier 1 suppliers.
The Automotive Semiconductor Intelligence Service offers a complete examination of the semiconductor market for automotive electronics including competitive analyses of the top suppliers and purchasers.
Comprehensive coverage of sensor technology used in the automotive industry including analysis of the current and future market opportunities.
Formerly the ADAS Portal, the Autonomous Driving Portal provides analysis of active safety features that may soon be as commonplace as the airbag as well as the long-term impact of these technologies as personal transportation continues to evolve.
As driver distraction increases, user interfaces have become a critical component in keeping drivers safe when using in-vehicle infotainment systems. The HMI/Usability Portal provides independent and unbiased analysis of these user interfaces with usability and benchmarking reviews of infotainment systems and the identification of best-in-class features.
The IHS Automotive Hybrid-EV portal is purposefully designed to provide in-depth, real-time information on all facets of the e-mobility market. The portal contains global and regional forecasts for vehicle production, systems, components, and infrastructure; a specification database outlining the key features of electric vehicles (and who supplies them); a legislation/incentive database; and daily news service.
Hybrid-EV Analysis looks to map the changing pattern of development of the range of propulsion and charging options, from a technical and business perspective, as these become clearer over the next few years. It includes in-depth analysis of business models, location reports, supplier and OEM profiles, and much more.
Hybrid-EV Insight is a guide to the most important developments in the hybrid and electric automotive industry. We analyse the news and provide you with a unique perspective on the latest developments.
This portal provides analysis and insight into the current and future trends for infotainment platforms in the Americas. Online access to real-time market data, including global and regional forecasts and in-depth OEM infotainment and supplier information via OEM and supplier reports, allows users to examine every infotainment-related feature of leading vehicle platforms by brand and model.
This portal provides analysis and insight into the current and future trends for infotainment platforms in Asia-Pacific. Online access to real-time market data, including global and regional forecasts and in-depth OEM infotainment and supplier information via OEM and supplier reports, allows users to examine every infotainment-related feature of leading vehicle platforms by brand and model.
This portal provides analysis and insight into the current and future trends for infotainment platforms in Europe. Online access to real-time market data, including global and regional forecasts and in-depth OEM infotainment and supplier information via OEM and supplier reports, allows users to examine every infotainment-related feature of leading vehicle platforms by brand and model.
IHS Automotive’s Software, Apps, & Services portal provides users with concise evaluations and forecasts of infotainment OS platforms, apps integration via smartphones and infotainment systems, apps categories, and the latest developments of relevant players.
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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  • July 21, 2016
    The Hybrid-EV Insight Newsletter is the only industry analysis source written for suppliers about suppliers. We analyze trends and developments in OEM purchasing, conduct interviews with supplier and OEM industry executives, report on the latest M&A activity and financial news about hundreds of suppliers, and much more.
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  • July 14, 2016
    The Hybrid-EV Insight Newsletter is the only industry analysis source written for suppliers about suppliers. We analyze trends and developments in OEM purchasing, conduct interviews with supplier and OEM industry executives, report on the latest M&A activity and financial news about hundreds of suppliers, and much more.
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  • July 07, 2016
    The Hybrid-EV Insight Newsletter is the only industry analysis source written for suppliers about suppliers. We analyze trends and developments in OEM purchasing, conduct interviews with supplier and OEM industry executives, report on the latest M&A activity and financial news about hundreds of suppliers, and much more.
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Data

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  • Stacey Wu | August 12, 2016
    The IHS Automotive Display Market tracker is a quarterly subscription that provides analyses of the global market for automotive displays on a unit, area, value, and average-selling price basis, with details regarding their applications, technologies, display sizes, and pixel formats. The report focuses on the key market trends and insights into the automotive supply chain, including tier 1 display system integrators.
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  • Richard Dixon, PhD, Ahad Ahmed Buksh | August 05, 2016
    The increased pressure on OEMs to improve the fuel consumption and to comply with the emission standards is driving the use of semiconductors in powertrain applications. Today, the majority of the engines produced are...
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  • Richard Dixon, PhD | August 03, 2016
    This market tracker addresses key opportunities, disruptive forces, technology battlegrounds, supply chain and market information for the various automotive semiconductor magnetic sensors ...
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Presentations

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  • Richard Dixon, PhD | July 12, 2016
    IHS Technology presented its view of the requirement for exhaust aftertreatment sensors in passenger cars at the SCR Systems / Off-Highway Applications conference held in Stuttgart 6-7th July 2016. ...
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  • Jérémie Bouchaud, Marwan Boustany | June 03, 2016
    IHS predicts that 1.3 billion sensors for wearables will ship in 2020, up from 250 million in 2015 and just 65 million in 2013. In this presentation, IHS is analyzing the market by end product and by sensor type. The presentation also reviews the latest trends around activity tracking, pulse sensing, smart earbuds, and virtual reality. Finally, IHS examines various strategies from sensor makers in the wearable market.
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  • Michael Liu | May 11, 2016
    Auto tech presentation featuring the regional landscape of the infotainment and connected vehicle market with a focus on China, key takeaways from the 2016 Beijing Auto Show on connected vehicle and ADAS technology developments, autonomous driving insights and updates, and automotive technology mega trends outlook.
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  • July 25, 2016
    According to IHS Automotive forecasts, 55 percent of annual global new vehicle sales in 2020 will be vehicles that are connected – and at that time, nearly half of the global fleet of vehicles in operation will be connected.
  • Ahad Ahmed Buksh | June 22, 2016
    Despite slower growth for the automotive industry and exchange rate fluctuations, the automotive semiconductor market grew at a modest 0.2 percent year over year, reaching $29 billion in 2015, according to IHS (NYSE: IHS), the leading global source of critical information and insight.
  • Luca De Ambroggi | June 13, 2016
    As the complexity and penetration of in-vehicle infotainment systems and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) increases, there is a growing need for hardware and software solutions that support artificial intelligence, which uses electronics and software to emulate the functions of the human brain. In fact, unit shipments of artificial intelligence (AI) systems used in infotainment and ADAS systems are expected to rise from just 7 million in 2015 to 122 million by 2025, according to IHS Inc. (NYSE: IHS), the leading global source of critical information and insight.

Analysts View All (24)

  • Icon Senior Analyst, Automotive Semiconductors
    Akhilesh Kona covers the area of automotive semiconductor, with focus on Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and Body Electronics. He is responsible for market research on sensors and semiconductor content including various technology trends in the field of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems.
  • Icon Senior Director & Analyst, Automotive Technology
    Egil Juliussen has more than 30 years experience in the computer, communications, Internet and telematics industries. He has extensive experience in technology forecasting, competitive analysis and market forecasting and was Co-Founder of Telematics Research Group (TRG).
  • Icon Principal Analyst, MEMS & Sensors
    Richard Dixon is a principal analyst for MEMS and author of more than 50 MEMS-related consulting and market research studies. He is a world-renowned expert on automotive MEMS and...
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