As the automobile gets increasingly mature, auto firms will rely largely on automotive electronic technology to enhance the performance of automobile. With the adoption of more and more safety assistant systems, automotive electronic systems will account for over 60% of car costs. Global automotive electronics market size grows by 11.9% to USD201.9 billion in 2015. As consumers pay more attention to safety and comfort of the car, the proportion of automotive electronic accessories will by degrees increase. It is predicted global automotive electronics market size will exceed USD300 billion in 2020.
The report focuses on development status and trends of automotive electronics segments, covering eight fields: Airbag, TPMS, ADAS, IVI, Navigation & Audio, Automatic Transmission, Fuel Injection, Automotive Lighting, and Telematics.
The global automotive safety system market size hit USD27 billion in 2015, up 4.1% from a year ago; and it is expected to grow 3.7% to USD28 billion in 2016. One reason for decelerated growth lies mainly in obvious deflation, and the falling prices of industrial raw materials also caused a drop in the prices of finished products; the other reason is that China as the world’s largest auto market sees sharp slide, bound to be flat in 2015. The situation is expected to turn better by 2017 when global automotive safety system market is worth USD29.4 billion, an increase of 5.1%.
Global installation rate of TPMS reached 36% in 2014, up 6 percentage points from 2013, and is expected to exceed 45% in 2015, creating a demand of more than 40 million sets.
EU (European Union) now is the focus of global TPMS. On the one hand, its OEM demand for TPMS is expected to hit 16.65 million sets, surpassing the United States as the world’s largest market, and on the other hand, considerable AM demand for TPMS is brought about. Harsh winter in many EU countries makes snow tire an additional necessity for new vehicles. Hence, the introduction of mandatory regulations on TPMS in November first created demand for TPMS from snow tire. EU will become the world’s largest TPMS market, either in OEM or AM.
The mainland China compiled its first technical standard for passenger vehicle TPMS in Mar 2015, and carried out a month-long opinion soliciting. Its demand for TPMS comes primarily from OEM market and has grown rapidly during 2014-2015.The demand surged by 78.9% from a year ago to 4.42 million sets in 2014 and is expected to reach 6.67 million sets in 2015, a year-on-year jump of 50.9%. Relying on huge automobile market, China has become the TPMS market with the greatest potential, attracting a large number of companies.
ADAS has been one of the fastest-growing sectors in automotive field and is expected to register a CAGR of 32% during 2014-2019. Currently, developed countries in Europe and America have had nearly 8% of new vehicles equipped with ADAS, in contrast to about 2% in emerging markets. It is predicted that over 25% of new vehicles will carry ADAS by 2019 globally.
In passenger vehicle field, ADAS integrators are large in number, mostly being large auto parts companies. At present, the leading companies are technologically developing toward combination and integration of active safety with passive safety and integration of multiple ADASs. Globally, Continental AG boasts the largest market share, as well as No. 1 as concerns researchers and capital investment in ADAS and automated driving technology. Compared with passenger vehicles, the system integrators that are supplying ADAS for commercial vehicles are highly concentrated, with WABCO, Continental AG and Bosch eyeing 60% global market share.
China’s ADAS industry is also in rapid development over the years. Some companies backed by colleges, universities and other research institutions have the research and development ability of core algorithm and have received market recognition. At the same time, some traditional auto parts manufacturers represented by INVO Automotive Electronics, Jinzhou Jinheng Automotive Safety System and HiRain Technologies are flooding into the ADAS market and have realized OEM installation by virtue of resources from the original vehicle manufacturers.
With the implementation of the national IV emission standard, as the most suitable technology roadmap, common rail system for diesel engines witnessed rapid development. In May and June 2014, the mainstream Chinese heavy and light-duty truck manufacturers signed letters of commitment, vowing not to sell models that fail to meet emission standards, which, to a great extent, helped improve assembly rate of high pressure common rail system.
With excellent performance in energy conservation and emission reduction, diesel-powered models have been widely recognized in the global automobile market. Made in China 2025, released by China in May 2015, said that the Government will press ahead with the application of diesel engines in passenger vehicles. At present, some automakers have kicked off diesel vehicle project. In the future, with the development of diesel-powered passenger vehicles, the proportion of high pressure common rail system equipped in passenger vehicles is expected to rise.
As Chinese passenger vehicle manufacturers accelerate to popularize telematics system in 2015, smartphone integration and 4G LTE technologies have found wider application, and IVI (In-Vehicle Infotainment) and networking functions have got enriched and optimized to get better user experience.
In January-September 2015, China’s new passenger vehicles equipped with telematics products approximated 1.8 million units, up 32.1% from a year earlier. Among them, OnStar held 26% and ranked first, followed by SYNC and Honda Link. It is noted that in 2015 Changan Automobile launched several models equipped with In Call system, occupying 7%, thus making it the only self-owned brand that ranked among the top 5.
It is projected that prior to 2016 the penetration of OEM telematics will be on the rise. On the one hand, the model of OEM-led platform and third-party telematics enterprises providing services will continue to be adopted. They will work together to deliver more of more mature products and services to car owners. On the other hand, passenger vehicle market is unlikely to recover and grow like the previous high-speed expansion, which would entail prompting OEMs to rapidly lift OEM telematics pre-installations to compete for the market.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.1 Overall Automobile Market
1.1.1 Automobile Market
1.1.2 Passenger Car Market and Segments
1.1.3 Commercial Vehicle Market and Segments
1.1.4 Auto Parts Market
1.2 Automotive Electronics Market Size
1.2.2 Market Size
1.3 Automotive Electronics Development Trend
1.3.1 ADAS will be Hotspot
1.3.2 Internet+Vehicles be Obvious but with Different Focus
1.3.3 M&A and Adjustment be Focus
2 Safety System
2.1 Overview of Airbag
2.1.3 Airbag Materials
2.1.4 Airbag Sensors
2.1.5 Active Seat Belts
2.2 Automotive Safety System Market
2.2.1 System Structure
2.2.2 Automotive Radar
2.2.4 Next-Generation Automotive Radars
2.2.5 Lidar and Autonomous-Driving
2.2.6 Automotive Radar Industry
2.2.7 Automotive Camera Module Market
2.2.8 Market Share of Major Automotive Camera Module Companies
2.2.9 Night Vision
2.2.10 FLIR System
2.3 Global Automotive Safety System Market
2.3.2 Global Automotive Safety System Companies and Market Share
2.4 China Automotive Safety System Market
2.4.2 China Automotive Safety System Companies and Market Share
2.5 Automotive Safety System Companies
2.5.4 Toyoda Gosei
2.5.5 Tokai Rika
2.5.6 Nihon Plast
2.5.7 Jinheng Automotive Safety Technology Holdings Ltd.
2.5.8 East Joy Long
2.5.11 ARC Vehicle
3.1.4 System Constitution
3.1.5 Production Processes
3.2 Development of Global TPMS Industry
3.2.2 Main Countries
3.3 Development of China TPMS Industry
3.3.1 Status Quo of Technology
3.3.2 Industrial Standard and Policy
3.3.3 Market Overview
3.4 Key Foreign TPMS Companies
3.4.3 ZF TRW
3.4.4 Huf Electronics Bretten
3.4.7 Pacific Industrial
3.5 Key Chinese TPMS Companies
3.5.1 Kysonix Inc.
3.5.2 Shanghai Baolong Automotive Corporation
3.5.3 Shenzhen Hangsheng Electronics Co., Ltd
3.5.4 Steelmate Co., Ltd.
3.5.5 Shanghai Topsystm Electronic Technology Co., Ltd.
3.5.6 Shenzhen Autotech Co., Ltd.
3.5.7 Sate Auto Electronic Co., Ltd
3.5.8 DIAS Automotive Electronic Systems Co., Ltd
3.5.9 Nanjing Top Sun Technology Co., Ltd
3.5.10 Beijing Sincode Science & Technology Co., Ltd.
3.6 Sensor Suppliers
3.6.1 Market Overview
4.1 Overview of Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS)
4.1.2 Functions and Technological Solutions of Main ADAS Systems
4.1.3 Industry Chain
4.2 Global ADAS Market
4.2.1 Market Size
4.2.2 Market Segments
4.2.3 Competitive Pattern
4.3 Chinese ADAS Market
4.3.1 Market Size
4.3.2 Market Segments
4.4 Global Major ADAS System Integrators
4.4.3 Continental AG
4.4.4 Robert Bosch
4.4.9 ZF TRW
4.5 China Major ADAS System Integrators
4.5.1 Suzhou Invo Automotive Electronics Co., Ltd
4.5.2 Jinheng Automotive Safety Technology Holdings Limited
4.5.3 Beijing Hirain Technology Co., Ltd
4.5.4 Shanghai Zongmu Technology
4.5.5 HuiChuang Electronic Technology
4.5.6 Forward Innovation Corporation
5 Automotive Audio and Infotainment
5.1 Infotainment Development Trend and Supply Chain
5.1.2 Development Trend
5.2 Automotive Infotainment Market and Industry
5.2.1 Market Size
5.2.2 Automotive Infotainment Industry
5.2.3 Chinese Automotive Infotainment Market
5.2.4 Supportings between Global Infotainment Suppliers and OEMs
5.3 Global Automotive Audio and Infotainment Companies
5.3.4 Foryou Group
5.3.10 Hangsheng Electronic
5.3.11 Panasonic Automotive Systems
5.3.12 Aisin Seiki
5.3.14 Coagent Enterprise Limited Co., Ltd.
5.3.15 Shenzhen Soling Industrial Co., Ltd.
6 Automatic Transmission
6.1.1 Automotive Transmission Introduction
6.1.2 Automotive Transmission Classification
6.2 Global Transmission Market
6.3 China Transmission Market
6.3.1 Status quo
6.3.2 Passenger Car Transmission Market Size and Structure
6.3.3 Commercial Vehicle Transmission Market Size and Structure
6.4 Major Transmission Companies
6.4.6 Chongqing Tsingshan Industrial Co., Ltd.
6.4.7 Shaanxi Fast Auto Drive Group Co., Ltd
6.4.8 Zhejiang Wanliyang Transmission Co., Ltd.
6.4.9 Shandong MENWO Transmission Co., Ltd.
6.4.10 Anhui Xingrui Gear Transmission Co., Ltd.
7 Electronic Fuel Injection System
7.1 Definition and Classification
7.1.3 Policy Environment
7.2 Market Demand
7.2.1 Market Size
7.3 Market Segments
7.3.1 Gasoline EFI
7.3.2 Diesel EFI
7.3.3 Competitive Pattern
7.4 Major EFI Companies
7.4.7 Magneti Marelli
7.4.9 Weifu High-technology Group Co., Ltd.
7.4.10 Shanxi Yuci XinTianDi Engine Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
8 Automotive Lighting
8.1 Automotive Lighting Technology
8.1.1 Profile of HID Xenon Lamps
8.1.2 Typical Automotive Headlight Design
8.1.3 Headlight Design Trends
8.1.4 Laser Automotive Lighting
8.1.5 OLED Automotive Light
8.2 LED Industry
8.2.1 LED Automotive Lighting Market
8.2.2 Automotive Interior LED Lighting
8.2.3 Automotive Exterior LED Lighting
8.2.4 LED Industry Chain
8.2.5 Geographical Distribution of LED Industry
8.2.6 Global Top 30 LED Companies
8.2.7 Taiwan LED Industry
8.2.8 Summary of LED Industry in Mainland China, 2014
8.3 Automotive Lighting Industry and Market
8.3.1 Automotive Lighting Market Overview
8.3.2 Automotive Lighting Market Size
8.3.3 Global Automotive Lighting Industry
8.3.4 Global Automotive Lighting OEM System
8.3.5 China Automotive Lighting Industry
8.3.6 China's Automotive Lighting OEM System
8.4 Automotive Lighting Companies
8.4.7 Automotive Lighting (Magneti Marelli)
8.4.10 Ta Yih Industrial
8.4.11 Changzhou Xingyu
8.4.12 Jiangsu Tongming
9.1.2 Industry Chain
9.2 China Telematics Market Development
9.2.2 Business of Main Telematics Brands
9.2.3 New Market Size
9.3 Telematics Business of Joint Ventures in China
9.3.1 Shanghai GM OnStar
9.3.2 Toyota G-BOOK
9.3.3 Honda HondaLink
9.3.4 Volvo SENSUS
9.3.5 Changan Ford SYNC
9.3.6 Dongfeng Nissan CARWINGS
9.3.7 Dongfeng Yueda Kia UVO
9.3.8 Dongfeng Citroen Citroen Connect
9.3.9 Dongfeng Peugeot Blue-i
9.3.10 Mercedes-Benz CONNECT
9.3.11 Beijing Hyundai Blue Link
9.3.12 BMW Brilliance ConnectedDrive
9.4 Telematics Business of Local Companies in China
9.4.1 SAIC inkaNet
9.4.2 Changan in Call
9.4.3 Geely G-NetLink
9.4.4 Chery Cloudrive
9.5 TSP in Chinese Passenger Car Market
9.5.1 LAUNCH Tech Company Limited
9.5.2 Beijing Carsmart Technology Co., Ltd
9.5.4 NavInfo Co., Ltd.
9.5.7 China TSP