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Automotive Tier 1 Supplier Market Shares - 2017October 20, 2017The Automotive Tier 1 Supplier Market Shares provides detailed market share analysis of more 100 Tier 1 suppliers. It covers the market shares of Tier 1 suppliers for 36 automotive electronics applications in five automotive domains.Subscribers Only
Automotive Electronics Systems Database - 2017August 22, 2017The Automotive Electronics Systems Database provides detailed analysis of the electronics modules in the car including shipment and revenue forecasts and average selling price.Subscribers Only
Automotive Tier 1 Semiconductor Consumption Database - 2017May 09, 2017The automotive tier 1 semiconductor consumption database gives a detailed overview of the semiconductor consumption, in value, by more than 200 tier 1s... .Subscribers Only
Ethernet In car: from Multiplexed network to Service networkMarch 22, 2017The development and recent changes that took place in infotainment electronics, together with the steep increase in the demand for ADAS and safety features, is demanding that OEMs re-think the electronic architecture of the car. The increasing complexity in the design of car’s electrical and electronic (E/E) systems makes engineers define common functionalities among various electronics systems and to cluster those, when possible, in a fewer number of control units. Although this rationalization is easily understandable on paper, the above statement hides several practical difficulties in the design of electronic control units (ECUs), and engineers often need to combine different requirements of performance, bandwidth, security, reliability and finally flexibility and cost in the different ECUs. Ethernet-based networks are expected to have an important role in this revolution.
Qualcomm acquisition of NXP combines traditional automotive force with “new frontier” powerOctober 27, 2016The merger would represent the union of the traditional automotive world with the “new frontier," driven by connectivity and needs for high processing power. NXP’s strength (also through acquisition of FSL) is the reliability and quality standards required in automotive. On the other hand Qualcomm brings its expertise in the connectivity and artificial intelligence applications.
Artificial Intelligence Systems for Autonomous Driving On the Rise, IHS SaysJune 13, 2016As 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.
Automotive Semiconductor Webinar Presentation - December 2015December 11, 2015This webinar addresses, in particular, ECU architectural changes (integration) and system scalability, sensor proliferation and how the semiconductor processing requirements will evolve over the next 10 years.Subscribers Only
Mobile World Congress 2015 - ShanghaiJuly 06, 2015Mobile World Congress Shanghai (formerly Mobile Asia Expo) will celebrate the amazing possibilities that mobile brings us, connecting industry professionals and mobile-passionate consumers alike on 15-17 July 2015 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre.
Key members of IHS analyst teams for Consumer Electronics, Media and Telecommunications will be in attendance (see below):
Deep Learning – The Next Step Towards Safer Self-Driving CarsJune 02, 2015The concept of machine learning or so-called “deep learning” has been under the microscope of academics since the 1980s, and is usually associated with architectures such as artificial neural networks (ANN). The basic idea behind deep learning is the attempt to artificially emulate the functionality of the human brain, via a hardware and software implementation.
NXP-Freescale Fusion Creates Automotive Semiconductor Powerhouse, IHS SaysMay 26, 2015According to IHS Inc., the recent agreement to merge NXP Semiconductor and Freescale Semiconductor creates a company that would have reached $4 billion in automotive semiconductor revenues in 2014.
2014 Automotive Semiconductors Supplier Rankings Adjusted Based on Further AnalysisMarch 26, 2015Leaders in the automotive semiconductor market experienced exceptional results and growth in 2014, according to updated analysis from IHS (NYSE: IHS).
NXP-Freescale Fusion Creates Automotive Semiconductor Powerhouse, IHS SaysMarch 26, 2015According to IHS Inc. (NYSE: IHS), the leading global source of critical information and insight, the recent agreement to merge NXP Semiconductor and Freescale Semiconductor creates a company that would have reached $4 billion in automotive semiconductor revenues in 2014.
NXP-Freescale fusion forms automotive powerhouseMarch 02, 2015Freescale and NXP announced on March 3rd that they have entered into a definitive agreement under which NXP will merge with Freescale in a transaction which values the combined enterprise at just over $40 billion. According to the announcement the merged entity will become the market leader in automotive semiconductor solutions and general purpose microcontroller (MCU) products. NXP Chief Executive Officer Mr. Clemmer will continue to be the President and Chief Executive Officer of the merged company.
Tesla unique in many ways — including supply chainNovember 17, 2014The Tesla is not only a ground breaking electric vehicle, but breaks new ground in infotainment. IHS teardowns show that the high bill of electronics reflects in a unique 17” screen and attention-grabbing navigation and infotainment system.
The HMI watches youOctober 07, 2014Today, the amount of information drivers need to process is still limited, nonetheless all players in the automotive supply chain are already investing much more in the Human Machine Interface. Why? The answer is in a way simple. The implementation of several new features in infotainment but most of all, in safety critical applications – from ADAS to the autonomous vehicle, is not expected to stop any time soon. These driver enhancements drive automotive companies to work hard to reduce the risk of driver distraction.
Automotive Infotainment Processors Report - 2014August 11, 2014This report focuses on the evolutionary market for processors in infotainment. It will provide the research and analysis that enables vehicle OEMs, infotainment device manufacturers, processor suppliers, software developers, and other players to build the strategies for reconciling this highly volatile and competitive business.Subscribers Only
Audio Systems: Still on the Main Stage for Infotainment.August 06, 2014Audio components and quality have been one of the most indispensable peculiarities of in-vehicle infotainment systems. This tendency is expected to continue in future, as the driver´s demand for higher sound quality is still paramount. Noise reduction is another relevant feature that several companies in the automotive arena are investigating and one that fosters the development of new leading-edge audio systems.
3D HMI Input and OutputJune 26, 2014In-vehicle Human Machine Interface (HMI) continues to attract the attention of car manufacturer, as well as of various levels along the supply chain for automotive electronics. As IHS pointed out several times, HMI has already developed significantly in the last 10 years. Nonetheless, the importance for vehicle brands in terms of exposure to customers and value for the brand is still driving significant development efforts.
Google's driverless car to boost revenues for semiconductorJune 06, 2014Semiconductor technology is already available for implementing driverless cars. Google has made a leap with a pure ‘driverless car’ – a car without human intervention, steering wheel & acceleration/braking pedals from traditional 'Autonomous' car manufacturers. Driverless, but not entirely autonomous
News - TI Announced Volume Production for its WiLink 8Q Connectivity ComboJune 06, 2014The WiLink 8Q represents the second generation of TI´s automotive connectivity combo family. The device integrates Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GNSS technologies to offer a complete and cost effective infotainment solution.Subscribers Only