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Global and China Automotive Domain Control Unit (DCU) Industry Report, 2018-2019

Table of Contents

1 From ECU to Domain Control Unit (DCU)
1.1 ECU
1.1.1 Block Diagram of Typical Automotive Electronic Control Circuit
1.1.2 Automotive Electronic Control Unit Industry Chain
1.1.3 ECU Evolution
1.1.4 Enormous Growth of ECU and Emergence of Domain Controller
1.2 Domain Controller
1.2.1 Typical Five Major Domain Controllers
1.2.2 Why to Use Domain Controller
1.2.3 Domain Controller Shares Hardware Resources and Realizes the Sharing of Basic Software
1.2.4 Domain Controller Network Architecture
1.3 Domain Controller Related Chip
1.3.1 Infineon AURIX Chip
1.3.2 Infineon AURIX TC3XX
1.3.3 NVIDIA DRIVE Series Chips
1.3.4 TI Cockpit Chip
1.3.5 TI Jacinto
1.3.6 Renesas Chip
1.3.7 Qualcomm Chip
1.3.8 NXP Chip
1.4 Estimated Global Market Size of Automotive Domain Controller (Cockpit + AD)

2 Gateway and E/E Architecture
2.1 Gateway Controller
2.1.1 Typical Gateway Controller (1)
2.1.2 Typical Gateway Controller (2)
2.1.3 NXP’s Gateway Solutions
2.1.4 ST’s Safety Gateway Solutions
2.2 Electrical/Electronic Architecture (EEA)
2.2.1 Typical Automotive EEA (1)
2.2.2 Typical Automotive EEA (2)
2.2.3 Potential E/E Architecture (1) in Future
2.2.4 Potential E/E Architecture (2) in Future
2.2.5 Distributed E/E System Architecture (Continental)
2.2.6 Future Automotive E/E Architecture (NXP)
2.2.7 Future Automotive E/E Architecture (Bosch)
2.2.8 Service-oriented Architecture (SOA)
2.3 E/E Architecture Samples of Automakers
2.3.1 Daimler-Benz 1st-Gen E/E Architecture
2.3.2 Daimler-Benz 2nd-Gen E/E Architecture
2.3.3 E/E Architecture of MAN
2.3.4 SCANIA’s E/E Architecture
2.3.5 IVECO’s E/E Architecture
2.3.6 Tesla Model 3 Architecture

3 Cockpit Domain Controller
3.1 Traditional Cockpit System Design
3.2 Cockpit Domain before and after 2020
3.3 Example of Complex Design of Cockpit Domain Controller
3.4 Visteon’s Cockpit Domain Controller
3.5 NXP Cockpit Solutions
3.6 iMX8 Solutions
3.7 TI Cockpit Solutions
3.8 Development Tendency of Cockpit Domain Controller
3.9 Development Trends of Future Cockpit Electronics

4 ADAS/AD Domain Controller
4.1 AD Domain Controller
4.2 Typical AD Domain Controllers (13 Models)
4.3 Aptiv’s ADAS Multi-domain Controller
4.4 Tesla Autopilot 2.0 / 2.5
4.5 Veoneer’s AD ECU

5 Foreign Domain Controller Companies
5.1 Visteon
5.1.1 Profile of Visteon
5.1.2 Revenue in 2018 and Orders for Domain Controller
5.1.3 Drive Core Autonomous Driving (AD) Platform
5.1.4 Drive Core Autonomous Driving (AD) Platform Architecture
5.1.5 Smart Core Cockpit Domain Controller
5.1.6 Visteon Automotive Electronics Architecture
5.2 Continental
5.2.1 High-performance SoC Processor Facilitates the Development of Domain Controller
5.2.2 Continental’s Safety Domain Control Unit (SDCU)
5.2.3 Continental’s Assisted & Automated Driving Control Unit (ADCU)
5.3 Bosch
5.3.1 Hybrid Architecture of Bosch Domain Classification ECU
5.3.2 Bosch Cross Domain Control Unit
5.4 Veoneer  
5.4.1 Zeus ADAS ECU
5.4.2 Zeus ADAS ECU –Functional Architecture
5.5 ZF
5.5.1 ProAI Controller
5.5.2 ZF’s Collaboration with Baidu
5.5.3 4th-generation ProAI
5.6 MAGNA
5.6.1 Profile of MAGNA
5.6.2 MAX4 Autonomous Driving (AD) Platform Domain Controller
5.6.3 MAX4 Enables L4 Automated Driving
5.7 Tesla AD Platform
5.7.1 Functional Characteristics of AutoPilot2.0 Domain Controller
5.7.2 Technical Parameters of AutoPilot2.0 Domain Controller
5.7.3 Functional Characteristics of AutoPilot2.5 Domain Controller
5.8 TTTech
5.8.1 Profile of TTTech
5.8.2 TTTech and MotionWise
5.8.3 TTTech and zFAS
5.8.4 TTTech’s Technical Superiorities in Autonomous Driving (AD) Controller
5.8.5 Joint Funding of TTTech with SAIC Motor

6 Chinese Domain Controller Vendors
6.1 HiGo Automotive
6.1.1 Profile
6.1.2 Wise ADCU Series Products
6.1.3 Wise ADCU M6
6.1.4 Wise ADCU M6 Interfaces and Parameters
6.1.5 Wise ADCU X1
6.1.6 Wise ADCU X1 Hardware Specifications
6.1.7 Customers and Partners
6.2 In-Driving
6.2.1 TITAN Domain Controller
6.2.2 Composition of TITAN 3 Domain Controller
6.2.3 Block Diagram of TITAN-III
6.2.4 Performance Indices of TITAN-III Domain Controller
6.2.5 Athena
6.3 COOKOO
6.3.1 Cookoo Automotive Computing Platform Architecture
6.3.2 Cookoo AutoCabin-J1 Architecture
6.3.3 Cookoo AutoCabin-J2 Architecture
6.3.4 Cookoo AutoCabin-J3 Architecture
6.3.5 Cookoo AutoCabin-Centralized Domain Vehicle Electronics Architecture
6.3.6 Product Roadmap of Cookoo Intelligent Computing Platform
6.4 Baidu Domain Controller
6.4.1 Baidu AD Brain: Conventional IPC Centralized Architecture
6.4.2 Baidu AD Brain: Multi-domain Solutions
6.4.3 BCU Mass-production Scheduled in 2019
6.4.4 BCU-MLOC and BCU-MLOP
6.4.5 BCU-MLOP and BCU-MLOP2
6.5 iMotion
6.5.1 Profile
6.5.2 iMo DCU 3.0 Was Unveiled
6.6 HiRain Technologies
6.6.1 Domain Controller
6.6.2 Vehicle Body Domain Controller Architecture
6.7 Neusoft REACH
6.7.1 REACH Central Domain Controller for Autonomous Driving
6.7.2 REACH DCU Functions for Autonomous Driving
6.7.3 Cabin Products of Neusoft
6.8 Desay SV
6.8.1 Profile
6.8.2 Strategic Layout
6.8.3 New-generation Smart Cockpit
6.8.4 Orders for Its Smart Cockpit Capable of 4-Screen Interaction
6.8.5 Desay SV Intelligent Driving Product Lines
6.8.6 Desay SV Highway Pilot and AVP Solutions
6.8.7 Desay SV and DearCC ENOVATE ME7
6.8.8 Cooperation between Desay SV and NVIDIA in the Development of Domain Controller
6.9 ECO-EV
6.9.1 Autonomous Driving (AD) ACU
6.9.2 Technical Features

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Global and China Automotive Domain Control Unit (DCU) Industry Report, 2018-2019
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