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| May 27, 2016
This week at the Society for Information Display’s annual Display Week 2016 symposium and exhibition, it was clear that automotive displays are at the top of everyone’s list of talking points. As sales in mobile phones and tablets slow down globally, the opportunity is rich for the automotive sector to relieve the display suppliers’ excess capacities in small and medium display fabs. Many of the major panel suppliers devoted whole sections of their exhibits to automotive displays in production or the innovations targeted for the automotive sector.
May 27, 2016
The two truck makers will develop an intelligent transport system (ITS) that will integrate data-sharing communication among self-driving trucks in a convoy.
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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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May 27, 2016
The automotive electronics 10-year roadmap previews the evolution of electronics systems and architectures over the next 10 years in light of the requirements and challenges of the car of the future.Subscribers Only
May 26, 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.Subscribers Only
May 20, 2016
Connected cars have gradually become an increasing share of cars sold in every region of the world. It is estimated that by 2020, 95% of all U.S. annual car sales will be vehicles that are connected. “Connected” refers to a multitude of services including smartphone integration, telematics, infotainment, remote vehicle controls, Wi-Fi, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), and autonomous cars. Which of these services must-have and what would consumers be willing to pay for the service? IHS endeavors to answer these questions.Subscribers Only
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May 10, 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.Subscribers Only
May 03, 2016
This unique bottom-up tool analyzes the revenues of the top automotive semiconductor and sensor manufacturers and covers more than 99% of the market.Subscribers Only
May 02, 2016
The Automotive Semiconductor Market Tracker gives a quarterly update of the semiconductor market and supplier landscape. It quantifies the market in term of units and revenue by application and by semiconductor type with regional breakout. It also includes in-depth market analysis of more than...Subscribers Only
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Presentations View All (62)
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.Subscribers Only
Auto Tech Presentation - From Buttons to Gestures: The Industry’s Path to HMI Innovation - Car HMI USA - Detroit April 2016| April 28, 2016This presentation includes insights into the following: - New consumer research on HMI preferences - The impending death of the button - Learning the new language of emerging HMI - Strategic HMI Technology Management Workshop - Biggest consumer challenges, opportunities - Biggest technical challenges, opportunities - Biggest business model challenges, opportunities - Regulatory hurdlesSubscribers Only
Auto Tech Presentation - HMI Display Technology Trends - Automotive Visual and Display Technologies USA - Ann Arbor - April 2016| April 28, 2016This presentation covers market trends for current and near term display technologies globally, including: - Display Component Trends (Center Stack, Touch, Instrument Cluster, Heads Up) - Automotive Display Value - Disruption and Shifts in the Supply ChainSubscribers Only
Press Releases View All (31)
May 09, 2016
Usage-based auto insurance (UBI) is a growing segment of the automotive insurance market, the result of a technological revolution as the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to further influence various industries, including automotive.
Changes in Manufacturing, with Emphasis on China, Highlight 2016 Global Technology Predictions from IHS AnalystsDecember 22, 2015Innovations in nearly every sector are setting the stage for technology market growth and even more rapid change in 2016.
July 28, 2015
The growth rate for vehicle shipments in China is slowing, but more and better performing semiconductors will still be required in automotive applications in the coming years.
Analysts View All (27)
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.
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).
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...