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Global & Chinese Top Tier 1 Vendor Smart Cockpit Research Report 2022 – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Tier 1 Global and Chinese Leading Vendor Smart Cockpit Research Report 2022 (I)” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

Mass production of innovative cockpits is accelerating and the penetration of new technologies is progressing rapidly

Global OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers are racing to implement innovative “smart cockpit” technologies. In the next 2-3 years, we will witness the mass production of many innovative smart cockpits which will experience a great revolution in HMI modes.

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

The development trends of intelligent cockpit computing unit: cockpit domain, domain integration, zonal, central computing platform, cloud computing. Judging by their developments in the area of ​​smart cockpit displays, domain integration and core computing will become the new priority for Tier 1 suppliers.

Through the lens of vehicle architecture, the Domain Control Unit (DCU) connects traditional cockpit electronics and further integrates ADAS and V2X, beneficial for a better fusion of intelligent driving, in-vehicle connectivity, infotainment, etc. Ultimately, vehicles will be centrally controlled by central controllers. A total solution transforms a smart car into a mobile living space from a means of transport.

Smart Cockpit Tier 1 vendors have started integrating relevant ADAS functions into the DCU Cockpit and providing UX customization. Harman now supports integrating L0 ADAS functions (including AR navigation, 360 surround view, DMS/OMS and E-mirror) into the smart cockpit.

Going forward, Harman will support L1-L2+ functions through the merger of the Intelligent Cockpit DCU and ADAS DCU, providing OEMs with opportunities to reduce cost and system complexity. Without additional hardware, intelligent cockpit platforms can be delivered to automakers as standalone products via ADAS ECUs. Harman plans to introduce the Tier 1 and Tier 2 double knot concept in vehicles from 2024/2025.

Seen from the deployment of chip vendors, Qualcomm is prioritizing the process of manufacturing chips in the 4th Generation Snapdragon Cockpit Platform and the Snapdragon Ride Platform for autonomous driving simultaneously, so that the Snapdragon Ride SoC and the fourth-generation Snapdragon cockpit chip will achieve cross – converged computing domain. The L2+ version of NVIDIA DRIVE Hyperion 8.1 uses two Orin SoCs, one for autonomous driving and the other for in-cab applications. In addition, NVIDIA launched the DRIVE Concierge cockpit software solution and the DRIVE IX software stack enabling the integration of in-cab algorithms.

Main topics covered:

1 Continental Business Cockpit

1.1 Operation of Continental

1.2 Continental Cockpit High Performance Computing Platform Business

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

1.4 Continental’s vehicle display activity

1.5 Continental Cabin Thermal Management System Business

1.6 Continental telematics activity

1.7 Continental’s automated parking business

1.8 Continental in-cabin DMS/OMS activity

1.9 Continental Cockpit Safety Solutions Business

1.10 Continental Cockpit Smart Surface Materials Business

1.11 Summary of Continental Cockpit Business

2 Bosch Business Cockpit

2.1 How Bosch works

2.2 Bosch Cockpit High-Performance Computing Platform Business

2.3 Bosch vehicle display activity

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

2.5 Bosch telematics activity

2.6 Bosch Automated Parking Activity

2.7 Bosch in-cab DMS/OMS activity

2.8 Bosch Cockpit Security Solutions Business

2.9 Bosch Cockpit Business Summary

3 Denso Business Cockpit

3.1 Operation of Denso

3.2 Denso Cockpit High Performance Computing Platform Business

3.3 Denso Vehicle Display Business 3.4 Denso Head Unit and In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) Business

3.5 Denso In-Cabin Thermal Management System Business

3.6 Denso Cabin DMS/OMS Activity

3.7 Denso telematics activity

3.8 Denso Automated Parking Business

3.9 Denso Cockpit Safety Solutions Business

3.10 Summary of Denso cockpit activities

4 Faurecia Cockpit Activities

4.1 Operation of Faurecia

4.2 Faurecia Cockpit Computing Platform Business

4.3 Faurecia In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) Business

4.4 Faurecia vehicle display activity

4.5 Faurecia’s cockpit of the future

4.6 Faurecia automated parking activity

4.7 DMS/OMS activity in the Faurecia cabin

4.8 Faurecia Cockpit Safety Solutions business

4.9 Faurecia Cockpit Smart Surface Materials activity

4.10 Faurecia’s seating business in the smart cockpit trend

4.11 Summary of Faurecia’s Cockpit business

5 Panasonic Business Cockpit

5.1 How Panasonic works

5.2 Panasonic Cockpit Domain Controllers and Chips

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

5.4 Panasonic Vehicle Display System

5.5 Panasonic T-BOX/C-V2X

5.6 Panasonic Automated Valet Parking (AVP) System

5.7 Panasonic Driver Monitoring System (DMS)

5.8 Panasonic Cockpit Security Modules

5.9 Panasonic Cockpit Business Summary

6 Valeo Cockpit business

6.1 How Valeo works

6.2 Valeo vehicle display activity

6.3 Valeo Cockpit Air Conditioner and Thermal Management System Business

6.4 Valeo telematics activity

6.5 Valeo’s automated parking activity

6.6 DMS/OMS activity in the Valeo cabin

6.7 Summary of Valeo Cockpit activity

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