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ADAS & Electric Vehicles Accelerate Demand of Automotive Electronic Control UnitsMay 14, 2019Electronic control units (ECUs) are playing an increasingly critical role in the automotive industry, driving the development of safer, smarter, cleaner and better-connected cars. As a result, global automotive ECU revenue is expected to soar to $211 billion in 2030, rising at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5 percent from $122 billion in 2018, according to IHS Markit forecasts. This robust expansion follows a strong year in 2018, when revenue rose 6.9 percent from $114 billion in 2017.
New C-V2X is seen as an enhanced ADAS sensor for cost effective and efficient drivingMarch 21, 2019A 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.
Survey: Benefits and challenges of transformative technologies in automotive manufacturingFebruary 19, 201922 percent of automotive manufacturers surveyed by IHS Markit had already adopted some transformative technologies in their companies; 31 percent indicated transformative technologies are already used widely in their factories.
Connected car platforms increasingly supporting telematics services in light vehiclesFebruary 06, 2019Most automakers today have either kept their telematics service management in-house, or integrated it into their organization at a corporate level. However, the connected car market is changing rapidly, which is presenting exciting new opportunities for merchant-market connected-car platform vendors – enabling beneficial new service possibilities for drivers and passengers, alike.
IHS Teardown Methodology - Producing the Best "Should Cost" EstimateFebruary 02, 2018A "Teardown" is a dis-assembly of a device to gain knowledge of the discrete parts. IHS Markit goes further to estimate the "should cost" of components to the manufacture for mature products. The purpose of IHS Markit teardowns is to support customer's quests to understand cost at a component, feature, function, and total device level.Subscribers Only