Global and China Leading Tier1 Suppliers of Intelligent Cockpit Business Research Report 2022 – ResearchAndMarkets.com

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The mass production of innovative cockpits is accelerating, and the penetration of new technologies is on the rise

Global OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers are competing to implement innovative “smart cockpit” technologies. In the next 2-3 years we will see the mass production of many innovative intelligent cockpits that will revolutionize HMI modes.

Intelligent Cockpit Computing Business: Development towards domain integration and central computing

Development trends of intelligent cockpit computing unit: cockpit domain, domain integration, zone, central computing platform, cloud computing. Judging by their moves in the smart cockpit display business, domain integration and central computing will become the new focus of tier one suppliers.

Through the lens of the vehicle architecture, the domain control unit (DCU) connects the traditional electronic parts in the cockpit and further integrates ADAS and V2X, which is beneficial for better fusion of intelligent driving, in-vehicle connectivity, infotainment system, etc. Finally, vehicles will be centrally controlled by central controllers. The comprehensive solution turns the smart car from a means of transport into a mobile living space.

Tier 1 intelligent cockpit suppliers have begun to integrate relevant ADAS functions into the cockpit DCU and provide UX customization. Harman now supports the integration of L0 ADAS functions (including AR navigation, 360 spatial view, DMS/OMS and E-mirror) into the smart cockpit.

In the future, Harman will support L1-L2+ functions through the integration of intelligent cockpit DCU and ADAS DCU, offering OEMs opportunities to reduce system costs and complexity. Without additional hardware, intelligent cockpit platforms can be provided to automakers as stand-alone products through ADAS ECUs. Harman anticipates that the level 1 and 2 dual hub concept will be introduced to vehicles from 2024/2025 onwards.

From the perspective of chip vendor deployment, Qualcomm is prioritizing the chip manufacturing process of both the 4th generation Snapdragon Cockpit platform and the Snapdragon Ride platform for autonomous driving at the same time, so that the Snapdragon Ride SoC and the fourth generation Snapdragon cockpit chip will achieve cross-domain converged computing. The L2+ NVIDIA DRIVE Hyperion 8.1 version uses two Orin SoCs, one for autonomous driving and one for in-cabin applications. In addition, NVIDIA launched the DRIVE Concierge cockpit software solution and the DRIVE IX software package, which enables the integration of algorithms in the cockpit.

Key topics covered:

1 Cockpit Business of Continental

1.1 Operation of Continental

1.2 Continental’s high performance computing platform company Cockpit

1.3 Continental Head Unit and In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) Business

1.4 Continental’s vehicle display activity

1.5 Continental’s Cabin Thermal Management Systems Business

1.6 Continental’s Telematics Business

1.7 Continental’s Automated Parking Activity

1.8 Continental’s in-cabin DMS/OMS business

1.9 Continental’s cockpit safety solutions business

1.10 Continental’s smart cockpit surface materials business

1.11 Summary of Continental’s Cockpit Business

2 Bosch Cockpit Business

2.1 Operation Bosch

2.2 Bosch company with high-performance computing platform Cockpit

2.3 Bosch Vehicle Display Company

2.4 Bosch Head Unit and In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) Business

2.5 Bosch telematics area

2.6 Bosch Automatic Parking Company

2.7 Bosch’s DMS/OMS business in the cabin

2.8 Bosch Cabin Safety Solutions Company

2.9 Summary of Bosch cockpit activity

3 Denso Cockpit Operations

3.1 Operation of Denso

3.2 Denso Cockpit High Performance Computing Platform Business

3.3 Denso business with displays in vehicles 3.4 Denso business with head units and in-vehicle infotainment (IVI)

3.5 Denso with cabin heat management systems

3.6 Dens DMS/OMS business in the cabin

3.7 Denso telematic operations

3.8 Denso automatic parking

3.9 Dens’ company with safety solutions in the cockpit

3.10 Summary of Denso Cockpit Business

4 Cockpit Business of Faurecia

4.1 Operation of Faurecia

4.2 Faurecia Cockpit Computing Platform Company

4.3 Faurecia’s In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) business.

4.4 Faurecia, a vehicle dismantling company

4.5 Faurecia’s future business cockpit

4.6 Faurecia company for automatic parking

4.7 Faurecia’s DMS/OMS business in the cabin

4.8 Faurecia company in the field of safety solutions in the cockpit

4.9 Faurecia with smart cockpit surface materials

4.10 The Faurecia company with seats in the intelligent cockpit trend

4.11 Summary of Faurecia’s Cockpit Business

5 Panasonic’s cockpit business

5.1 Operation of Panasonic

5.2 Panasonic Cockpit domain controllers and chips

5.3 Panasonic Intelligent Head Unit (IVI/Infotainment/Display)

5.4 Panasonic Vehicle Display System

5.5 Panasonic T-BOX/C-V2X

5.6 Panasonic Automatic Vehicle Parking (AVP) system.

5.7 Panasonic Driver Monitoring System (DMS)

5.8 Panasonic Cockpit Safety Modules

5.9 Summary of Panasonic’s Cockpit Businesses

6 Business in the cockpit of Valeo

6.1 Operation of Vale

6.2 Valeo company for displaying vehicles

6.3 Valeo with cabin air conditioning and thermal management systems

6.4 Telematics company Valeo

6.5 Valeo company for automatic parking

6.6 Vale’s in-cabin DMS/OMS business

6.7 Summary of Valeo Cockpit Business

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