Global Intelligent Driving Industry| Report 2014

Intelligent car is now developing towards in-vehicle infotainment and intelligent driving, which have become increasingly practical since 2013. Intelligent driving is based on various driver assistance technologies, chiefly aimed at automated or unmanned driving.

Already-launched automated driving technologies by international advanced vehicle makers are still in the stage of driver assistance or semi-automated driving. In addition to a great many high- and medium-class cars, some economical passenger cars have also begun to adopt driver assistance technologies, and automated driving systems in a particular case like traffic jam assistant have been installed in some streamlined advanced models. Automated driving technologies in the research and development test have entered the highly-automated driving stage. In 2013-2014, several vehicle makers or technology companies e.g. Google launched their highly-automated driving concept models.

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Driver assistance technologies all over the world have ushered in massive configuration of advanced driver assistance system (ADAS), which is also one of the most-demanding automotive sectors in recent years, expected to see a CAGR of 20% over 2013-2017.

The combined utilization of multiple ADASs can achieve a higher automation and make driving smarter. As a general rule, the more ADAS systems a car carries, the more intelligent it is. On the whole, Volvo, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Audi and Nissan lead the way in ADAS configuration, with more functions, higher automation and supporting ratio. Vehicle makers prefer to apply ADAS systems to new, top-selling and new energy models.

Volvo will sell the first with highly-automated driver assistance system – XC90 at the end of 2014,followed by other leading vehicle makers from 2015. It is expected that mass-produced highly-automated cars will appear around the year 2020, and large-scale commercially-applied fully-automated ones around 2030.

Table of Content

1. Intelligent Car and Intelligent Driving
1.1 Intelligent Car
1.2 Overview of Intelligent Driving
1.3 Driver Assistance Technology
1.3.1 Lane Keeping Assist (LKA)
1.3.2 Parking Assist System (PAS)/ Reverse Assist System (RAS)
1.3.3 Collision Avoidance System (CAS)/Brake Assist System (BAS)
1.3.4 Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)
1.3.5 Night Vision System (NVS)
1.3.6 Driver Fatigue Monitoring and Warning System
1.3.7 Cooperative Driver Assistance System

2. Global ADASApplication
2.1 Global ADAS Market
2.2 Configuration

3. Intelligent Drive System Assembly by Vehicle Makers
3.1 Volkswagen Group
3.1.1 Volks Wagenwerk
3.1.2 Audi AG
3.1.3 Other Brands
3.2 BMW
3.3 Daimler AG
3.4 Volvo
3.5 GM
3.6 Ford
3.7 Toyota
3.8 Honda
3.9 Nissan

4. Automated Driving Technology R&D and Roadmap of Vehicle Makers
4.1 Volvo
4.1.1 Application of Latest Automated Driving Technologies
4.1.2 R&D Projects under Field Test
4.1.3 Roadmap for Automated Driving
4.2 Mercedes-Benz
4.2.1 Application of Latest Automated Driving Technologies
4.2.2 R&D Projects under Field Test
4.2.3 Roadmap for Automated Driving
4.3 BMW
4.3.1 Application of Latest Automated Driving Technologies
4.3.2 R&D Projects under Field Test
4.3.3 Roadmap for Automated Driving
4.4 Audi
4.4.1 Application of Latest Automated Driving Technologies
4.4.2 R&D Projects under Field Test
4.4.3 Roadmap for Automated Driving
4.5 Ford
4.5.1 R&D Projects under Field Test
4.5.2 Cooperative R&D Projects
4.6 Toyota
4.6.1 R&D Projects under Field Test
4.6.2 Roadmap for Automated Driving
4.7 Nissan
4.7.1 Application of Latest Automated Driving Technologies
4.7.2 R&D Projects under Field Test
4.7.3 Roadmap for Automated Driving

5. Automated Driving Technology R&Dand Roadmap of Technology Companies
5.1 Google
5.1.1 R&D Projects under Field Test
5.1.2 Differences with Traditional OEM Manufacturer
5.2 Mobileye Vision Technologies
5.3 Baidu