Worldwide Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Forecast, 2016–2020: Semiconductors in the Connected Car and the Changing Automotive Architecture
This IDC study provides data for ADAS and microprocessors for 2015–2020, with analysis and commentary."The increased adoption of more sophisticated ADAS function, which will eventually result in autonomous vehicles, continues to be one of the key factors driving the strong forecast growth of automotive semiconductors," says Nina Turner, research manager for Automotive Semiconductors. "As companies continue to develop the understanding of the sensor data, sensor fusion, and algorithms required for autonomous driving, the large quantities of real-time data that has to be processed could change the vehicle control architecture."
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