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ADAS and Autonomous Driving Industry Chain Report 2018 (II) – Automotive Vision

ADAS and Autonomous Driving Industry Chain Report 2018 (II) – Automotive Vision

ADAS and Autonomous Driving Industry Chain Report 2018 - Automotive Vision, about 240 pages, highlights the followings:

Overview of the automotive camera industry;
Lane detection function;
Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB);
Night vision system and intelligent headlight;
Driver monitoring system (DMS);
Study into foreign automotive vision companies;
Study into Chinese automotive vision companies

Automotive vision enterprises fall into two parts: car camera-related companies; the enterprises that are engaged in visual software development based on car camera to help achieve specific ADAS and autonomous driving functions.

Car camera is the one installed on the car to realize sundry image acquisition and video recording functions, mainly covering inner-view camera, rear-view camera, front-view camera, side-view camera, and surround-view camera. As a main sensor of ADAS autonomous driving era, the camera is widely used in lane detection, traffic sign recognition, obstacle monitoring, pedestrian recognition, fatigue driving monitoring, occupant monitoring, rear-view mirror replacement, reverse image, 360-degree panorama and so forth.

Camera installations amounted to 6.39 million units in the Chinese passenger car market in 2017, and the figure is expected to grow to 31.80 million units by 2021 with an AAGR of 49.3%, according to ResearchInChina.

The camera is mainly used for reverse image (rear view) and 360-degree panoramic view (surround view). And then forward- and inner-view cameras will become the main growth drivers. Major applications of the front-view camera are FCW, LDW and AEB, while the inner-view camera the driver monitoring system.

Being capable of capturing static images and videos, the camera, the most important imaging device, is primarily made up of lens, motor, filter, image sensor, and image signal processor (ISP).

Lens: Sunny Optical Technology, a leading automotive lens manufacturer in the world, shipped 18 million lenses in the first half of 2018. It has been a supplier of automotive lens for Magna, Continental, Delphi, Mobileye, Autoliv, Steel-mate, TTE, Panasonic and Fujitsu. The company also forays into the field of LiDAR optical parts.

Image sensor: ON Semiconductor and Sony are leaders, with the former sweeping a 44% share of the automotive image sensor market. Getting back into black ink by virtue of image sensor, Sony has continued to expand image sensor production capacity in recent years with heavy investment in automotive image sensor.

As an ADAS vendor, Mobileye stays far ahead of its global peers. The company has not only developed eyeQ series vision-based ADAS chips but made layout of REM map and RSS model, leaving its rivals far behind.

To keep its competitive edges in ADAS field, Mobileye also improves its layout in the autonomous driving field by integrating with Intel system. Mobileye’s ADAS solutions in 2018 feature 8 cameras and an improved redundancy design for perception link, leaving interfaces for LiDAR and MMW radar, and therefore realizing full perception for automated driving.

The majority of Chinese vision ADAS vendors are the followers of Mobileye which has successfully turned to a provider of autonomous driving solutions from an ADAS supplier by way of being acquired by Intel. Having to seek for a transition, Chinese vision ADAS vendors can take the following three paths into account.

Firstly, the providers of partial ADAS function solutions grow to become providers of comprehensive autonomous driving and intelligent connected vehicle solutions (TIER 1) by means of mergers. Suzhou INVO Automotive Electronics, a leading player in vision ADAS, is hard to sustain growth and hit the ceiling if it develops on its own. TUS International (872.HK) with the background of Tsinghua University forays into intelligent and connected business through acquiring Suzhou INVO Automotive Electronics and taking over Telit’s in-vehicle communication business for USD105 million. TUS International is anticipated to become an important Tier1 vendor in the intelligent connected field in China if it continues to stage mergers and acquisitions in fields like sensor and chip, and to enrich its product portfolios.

Next, vision ADAS vendors may become providers of mobility service technology solutions like ZongMu Technology which starts from surround-view business to tap into automated parking and then foray into mobility services. The OEMs are successively transferring to be providers of mobility services, to which ZongMu Technology supplies mobility service technology solutions. ZongMu Technology attempts to break through the technical chains about autonomous driving mobility and service eco-system.

Last, products with core technologies are focused. For instance, Horizon Robotics prioritizes AI chip and Beijing SmarterEye has binocular stereo camera as its hit product. Most suppliers boasting core technologies will be ultimately either merged or acquired by the listed companies, while those that fail to forge core competitiveness will be knocked out.

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1. Automotive Camera Industry Overview
1.1 ADAS Camera Market Enjoys Rapid Growth
1.2 Major ADAS Functions of In-Vehicle Camera
1.3 Global Automotive Camera Module Market Size, 2015-2020E
1.4 OEM ADAS Camera Installations in China, 2016-2021E
1.5 OEM ADAS Camera Market Size in China, 2016-2021E
1.6 Market Share of Automotive Image Sensor Suppliers, 2017
1.7 Front-view Camera (by Monocular Camera & Binocular Camera) Assembly and Assembly Ratio on Passenger Cars Being Sold, 2017-2018(as of May)
1.8 Installations and Assembly Ratio (by Price Range) of Monocular Camera in China Passenger Car Market, 2017-2018
1.9 Installations and Assembly Ratio (by Price Range) of Side-view Camera in China Passenger Car Market, 2017-2018
1.10 Installations and Assembly Ratio (by Price Range) of Rear-view Camera in China Passenger Car Market, 2017-2018
1.11 Installations and Assembly Ratio (by Price Range) of 360 degree Surround-view Camera in China Passenger Car Market, 2017-2018
1.12 Vision Sensor Solution for Passenger Car Produced in China (European 1), 2017-2018
1.13 Vision Sensor Solution for Passenger Car Produced in China (European 2), 2017-2018
1.14 Vision Sensor Solution for Passenger Car Produced in China (American), 2017-2018
1.15 Vision Sensor Solution for Passenger Car Produced in China (Japanese and Korean 1), 2017-2018
1.16 Vision Sensor Solution for Passenger Car Produced in China (Japanese and Korean 2), 2017-2018
1.17 Vision Sensor Solution for Passenger Car Produced in China (China Independent 1), 2017-2018
1.18 Vision Sensor Solution for Passenger Car Produced in China (China Independent 2), 2017-2018
1.19 Vision Sensor Solution for Passenger Car Produced in China (China Independent 3), 2017-2018
1.20 Vision Sensor Solution for Passenger Car Produced in China (China Independent 4), 2017-2018
2. Lane Detection Function
2.1 Lane Departure Warning
2.2 Operational Principle of Lane Departure Warning System
2.3 Lane Keeping Assist Trend
2.4 Lane Departure Warning/Lane Center Keeping/Lane Change Assist
2.5 Block Diagram of LDW&ACC&TJA
2.6 Algorithm of Lane Keeping System
2.7 Lane Detection Camera
3. Autonomous Emergency Braking System
3.1 Introduction to AEB
3.2 Sensor Fusion of AEB
3.3 AEB Becoming Compulsory Standard Configuration
3.4 Assembly Ratio of FCW and AEB Tested by IIHS, 2016-2017
3.5 Collision Mitigation is Extended AEB
3.6 NISSAN i-SAFETY
3.7 TSINTEL Technology's AEBS
3.8 Installation Rate of AEB and Their Ranking of Major OEMs
3.9 AEB Sensor Solution for Passenger Cars (European) of Major OEMs
3.10 AEB Sensor Solution for Passenger Cars (American) of Major OEMs
3.11 AEB Sensor Solution for Passenger Cars (Japanese and Korean) of Major OEMs
3.12 AEB Sensor Solution for Passenger Cars (China Independent) of Major OEMs
4. Night Vision System and Intelligent Headlight
4.1 Night Vision System Introduction
4.2 Shipment and Market Size of Night Vision System, 2016-2022E
4.3 BMW's G3 Night Vision System (with Pedestrian Recognition)
4.4 Trend of Night Vision System
4.5 Market Size of Intelligent Headlight, 2020E
4.6 Basic System Structure of Intelligent Headlight
4.7 Operation Principle of Intelligent Headlight
4.8 ADB and AFS
4.9 Development Trend of Intelligent Headlight
4.10 Benz's Digital Light
5. Driver Monitoring System
5.1 Driver Monitoring will be the Necessary Function of New Vehicles
5.2 Driver Detection Includes Fatigue Detection
5.3 Driver Detection also Includes Distraction Detection
5.4 Camera-based Driver Detection Flow Chart
5.5 Many OEMs begin to adopt DMS
5.6 Latest DMS products and R&D Dynamics
6. Foreign Automotive Vision Companies
6.1 ONSEMI
6.1.1 ONSEMI Image Sensors Market Position
6.1.2 ONSEMI Automotive Ecosystem
6.1.3 ONSEMI ADAS/AD Image Sensor
6.1.4 Cost Structure of Sensors in Different AD Levels
6.1.5 ONSEMI's Acquisition of SensL
6.2 Sony Image Senor
6.2.1 IMX324 ADAS CMOS Image Sensor
6.2.2 Sony's Dynamics in In-vehicle Image Sensor
6.2.3 Sony Expands Image Sensor Capacity
6.2.4 Sony's Image Sensor Technology Development
6.3 Mobileye
6.3.1 Mobileye's Partners
6.3.2 Mobileye EyeQx Product Line
6.3.3 Mobileye EyeQx Product Line Integrates with INTEL System
6.3.4 Three Pillars of Mobileye's Autonomous Driving Solution
6.3.5 Mobileye Autonomous Driving Solution Pillar --REM
6.3.6 Mobileye Autonomous Driving Solution Pillar --RSS
6.4 MCNEX
6.4.1 Revenue from Automotive Camera Module of MCNEX, 2010-2018
6.5 Magna
6.5.1 Magna Vision Product Roadmap
6.5.2 Magna Vision ADAS Products
6.5.3 Magna Cooperates with Renesas on 3D Surround View System
6.6 Veoneer (Autoliv)
6.6.1 Veoneer Client Distribution
6.6.2 Veoneer Technology Distribution
6.6.3 Veoneer ADAS Layout
6.6.4 Veoneer Sensor Layout
6.7 Valeo CDA
6.7.1 Valeo Automotive Vision and ADAS System
6.7.2 Shipment of Valeo Automotive Vision and ADAS System
6.7.3 Market Position of Valeo ADAS System
6.7.4 Valeo's Partners
6.7.5 Valeo Park 4U
6.7.6 Valeo Park 4U Roadmap
6.7.7 Valeo Autonomous Driving Layout
6.8 Continental
6.8.1 Continental: ADAS Sensors per Car in L2-L5
6.8.2 Continental G4 Camera Products
6.8.3 Continental G5 Camera Products
6.9 Bosch
6.9.1 Next Generation of High Performance Sensor Developed by Bosch
6.9.2 Bosch G3 Camera
6.10 Clarion
6.10.1 Clarion Surroundeye
6.10.2 Clarion CMOS Camera CC720
6.10.3 Park By Memory-- Clarion Autonomous Parking System
6.11 FujitsuTen (Denso Ten)
6.11.1 OMNIVIEW--360 degree Surround View System
6.11.2 Hardware Structure of 360 degree Surround View System
6.12 Gentex
6.12.1 Gentex Automotive Vision Products
6.12.2 Gentex Rear-view Camera
6.13 ZF
6.13.1 ZF G4 S-CAM
6.14 Denso
6.14.1 Denso ADAS Product Roadmap
6.14.2 Denso ADAS Roadmap
6.14.3 Denso Active Safety/Driving Support Products
6.14.4 Denso Develops New Generation of Vision Sensor
6.15 First Sensor
6.15.1 First Sensor Offers Camera and Optical Sensor Solutions
6.15.2 First Sensor's Camera Products
6.15.3 First Sensor's Camera Products Planning
6.15.4 First Sensor's Optical Sensor Products
6.15.5 First Sensor's Optical Sensor Products Planning
6.15.6 First Sensor's Clients
6.15.7 First Sensor Focus on European Truck Market
6.16 Foresight
6.16.1 Foresight QuadSightTM
6.16.2 Foresight Eyes-OnTM- Binocular Vision System
6.16.3 Foresight Eye-NetTM -Road Traffic Accident Alerting System
6.16.4 Foresight 2017 Market Overview and 2018-2019 Goals
6.17 EyeSight
6.17.1 EyeSight Technology: Driver Monitoring, Gesture Recognition and User Perception & Analysis
6.17.2 EyeSight Driver Monitoring System
6.17.3 EyeSight Infotainment Control, Driver Recognition and Related Sensors
7. China Automotive Vision Companies
7.1 Sunny Optical
7.1.1 Automotive Lens Sales of Sunny Optical, 2012-2018
7.1.2 Sunny Optical vs.Rivals
7.1.3 Dynamics and Layout of Sunny Optical
7.2 Smarter Eye
7.2.1 Technology Characteristics of Binocular Vision of Smarter Eye
7.2.2 SmarterEye C2 - Binocular Stereo Vision Product
7.2.3 Channel and Development Direction
7.3 Horizon Robotics
7.3.1 ADAS Product Solution
7.3.2 Zhengcheng 2.0 Computing Architecture-based Autonomous Driving Computing Platform
7.3.3 Horizon Robotics Autonomous Driving Chip Roadmap
7.4 Minieye
7.4.1 Minieye's Monocular Camera-based Anti-Collision Alert Products
7.4.2 Minieye's Technology Advantages
7.4.3 Minieye's Achievements
7.5 Forward Innovation
7.5.1 Product Portfolio
7.5.2 Camera/Central Controller ECU Roadmap
7.6 Intesight Information Technology Co., Ltd.
7.6.1 Major Products
7.6.2 Major Clients
7.7 ZongMu Technology
7.7.1 Partners and Clients
7.7.2 Two Business Models
7.7.3 Vision ADAS Products and Sensor Solutions
7.7.4 Ridesharing Solutions
7.7.5 Ridesharing Application Scenarios and Technology
7.7.6 Ridesharing Service Business Model
7.7.7 Autonomous Parking Technology Solution
7.8 Suzhou INVO Automotive Electronics
7.8.1 Financing
7.8.2 Equity Structure
7.8.3 Major Clients
7.8.4 ADAS Product: Surround View Parking System
7.8.5 ADAS Product: Alerting System
7.9 JIMU
77.9.1 JIMU Solutions
7.9.2 JIMU Products
7.10 Maxieye
7.10.1 Equity Structure and Performance Forecast
7.10.2 Clients
7.10.3 Product Roadmap
7.10.4 Maxieye Launched G2 OEM Front-View Products
7.11 Sphyrna (Shuangjisha Technology)
7.11.1 Gemini Collision Warning System
7.11.2 Truck Assisted Safety Driving System
7.12 Roadefend
7.12.1 Core Technologies
7.12.2 Driver State Analysis & Warning Device
7.12.3 Forward Active Safety Warning Device
7.12.4 Passenger Car Active Safety System and AI Active Safety Cloud Platform
7.13 CelePixel
7.13.1 CeleX Dynamic Vision Sensor Technology
7.13.2 CeleX Sensor Fusion Technology
7.13.3 CeleX Vision Sensor Products
7.14 Tsingtech Microvision
7.15 CalmCar Vehicle Vision System
7.15.1 CalmCar
7.15.2 CalmCar Functions
7.15.3 CalmCar Intelligent Vision
7.15.4 CalmCar Intelligent Transport and CalmCar Cloud Data Analysis Platform
7.15.5 Partners and Clients
7.16 Dowcause
7.16.1 Partners
7.16.2 360 Degree Surround View Vehicle Assistance System
7.17 PixArt
7.17.1 Performance
7.17.2 Major Products and Products Under Planning
7.17.3 PixArt Automotive Image Sensor PAC7366
7.17.4 PixArt Gesture Control IC
7.18 Shenzhen Autocuis Technology
7.18.1 ADAS Products
7.18.2 AVM and Interior Monitoring System
7.18.3 Market Positioning
7.18.4 Product Roadmap
7.19 SOTEREA
7.19.1 Multi-Sensor Fusion Forward Collision Warning System
7.19.2 SOTEREA AEBS
7.19.3 SOTEREA Intelligent Driving Management Cloud Control Platform
7.19.4 SOTEREA ADAS Product Application and Accessories
7.20 Black Sesame Technologies (BST)
7.20.1 BST Core Technologies
7.20.2 BST Perception Solutions
7.20.3 Perception Computing Chip
7.21 Eyemore
7.21.1 Vision Imaging Chip eyemoreX42
7.21.2 Autonomous Driving Imaging Vision Technology Solution eyemore DX120
7.21.3 Full Stack Imaging Solution
7.21.4 Autonomous Driving Imaging Solution and Service

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