Insights into the Automotive Vision Industry Chain Market (2019 to 2020) - ResearchAndMarkets.com

The "Automotive Vision Industry Chain Report 2019-2020 (I): Monocular Camera" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

This report found that the front-view monocular camera market soared 95.6% year-on-year in 2019. About 23 million cameras were pre-installed in new passenger cars in China in 2019, up 11.7% on an annualized basis, as is revealed.

Front-view monocular cameras and surround-view cameras grew by 95.6% and 23.9% year-on-year respectively, while both rear-view and side-view cameras dropped.

The Tier 1 suppliers such as Bosch, Continental, Aptiv, Denso, Valeo, Veoneer, ZF, etc. occupy more than 90% share of the front-view monocular camera market, so that Chinese visual ADAS vendors that rarely ever break monopoly turn to focus on surround-view cameras, rear-view cameras, commercial vehicle vision ADAS and other markets.

Cameras find wider application in automobile, in forms of DMS, CMS, binocular stereo, tri-focal, night vision, etc., broadening the market space of automotive vision observably. In March 2020, Waymo unveiled its fifth-generation autonomous driving system with the synergy of 29 cameras in all around the body to see a road sign 500 meters away through the overlapped fields of view.

Driver Monitoring System (DMS)

For safer driving on roads, the European Commission approved EU rules requiring life-saving technologies in vehicles. The advanced systems that will have to be fitted in all new vehicles are: intelligent speed assistance; alcohol interlock installation facilitation; driver drowsiness and attention warning; advanced driver distraction warning; emergency stop signal; reversing detection; and event data recorder (black box). Most of these technologies and systems are due to become mandatory as from May 2022 for new models and as from May 2024 for existing models.

Over the past year, leading Tier 1 suppliers and most visual ADAS startups have been developing DMS, especially the most active EyeSight, an Israeli start-up founded in 2005, provides driver monitoring, gesture recognition and user perception and analysis technologies.

On November 21, 2019, Eyesight announced new features for the company's Driver Sense and Fleet Sense solutions to monitor the driver and detect driver distraction as a result of cell phone usage and smoking. The new features will be added to the company's existing distraction and drowsiness detection capabilities to further mitigate driver distractions and prevent accidents.

In April 2020, Eyesight upgraded its platform for in-cabin sensing solutions to detect when drivers who wear face masks get distracted or feel fatigued behind the wheel. It has developed a set of AI algorithms that can keep track of drivers' behavior behind the wheel when wearing masks, protection goggles or sunglasses. The company's Driver Sense and Fleet Sense leverage IR sensors to analyze head position, eye openness, pupil dilation, blink rate, and gaze direction, in any lighting condition.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Overview of Automotive Vision Industry Chain

1.1 Introduction to Automotive ADAS

1.2 Functions of Automotive ADAS

1.3 Applied Scenarios of Cameras in Automotive ADAS

1.4 Classification of Automotive Cameras

1.5 Operating Principle and Structure of Automotive Cameras

1.6 Structure of Automotive Camera Industry Chain

1.7 Automotive Camera Industry - Typical Companies

1.8 Application Trends of Automotive Cameras

2. Chinese Passenger Car Camera Market

2.1 Status Quo of Chinese Passenger Car Market

2.2 Number and Position Trend of Cameras Installed in New Cars in China, 2018-2019

2.3 Number and Positions of Cameras Installed in New Cars in China, 2018-2019

2.4 Types and Number of Front-view Cameras Installed in New Cars in China, 2018-2019

2.5 Front-view Camera Installations in New Cars in China by Month, 2018-2019

2.6 Proportion of Front-view Monocular Cameras Installed in New Cars in China and Top 20 Brands, 2018-2019

2.7 Top 20 Front-view Monocular Camera Brands by Installation Rates in New Cars in China, 2019

2.8 Top 10 Front-view Monocular Camera Brands by Price Range, Installations and Installation Rates in New Cars in China, 2019

2.9 Types and Number of Rear-view Cameras Installed in New Cars in China, 2018-2019

2.10 Installations of Backup Cameras and Streaming Media in New Cars in China by Month, 2018-2019

2.11 Proportion of Backup Cameras Installed in New Cars in China and Top 20 Brands, 2019

2.12 Top 20 Backup Camera Brands by Installation Rates in New Cars in China, 2019

2.13 Top 10 Backup Camera Brands by Price Range, Installations and Installation Rates in New Cars in China, 2019

2.14 Side-view Camera Installations in New Cars in China, 2018-2019

2.15 Side-view Camera Installations in New Cars in China by Month, 2018-2019

2.16 Forecast for Total Automotive Camera Installations in New Cars in China

2.17 Share of Front-view Monocular Cameras in Chinese Passenger Car OEM Market, 2019

2.18 Share of Rear-view Cameras in Chinese Passenger Car OEM Market, 2019

3. Foreign Automotive Vision Companies

4. Chinese Monocular Vision Solution Providers

Companies Mentioned

  • Mobileye
  • MCNEX
  • Magna
  • Veoneer
  • Valeo CDA
  • Continental
  • Bosch
  • Faurecia
  • Denso
  • ZF
  • Gentex
  • First Sensor
  • EyeSight
  • Samsung Electronics
  • Hyundai Mobis
  • Minieye
  • INVO
  • JIMU Intelligent
  • Maxieye
  • Roadefend
  • Tsingtech Microvision
  • CalmCar
  • Autocruis
  • Whetron Electronics
  • O-film Tech
  • Tsintel Technology
  • Anzhi-Auto

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