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ADAS and Autonomous Driving Industry Chain Report 2018-2019 -- Automotive Vision

Table of Contents

1. Automotive Camera Industry Overview
1.1 Overview of Automotive Camera
1.1.1 Classification of Automotive Camera
1.1.2 Structure of Automotive Camera
1.1.3 Industrial Chain
1.1.4 Global Automotive Camera Module Market Size, 2015-2020E
1.1.5 R&D of Latest Technologies on Automotive Camera
1.2 Automotive Camera Market and Application
1.2.1 Application of Automotive Camera
1.2.2 Camera Installations to New Cars in China, 2017-2018
1.2.3 Camera (by Segmented Product) Installations to New Cars in China, 2017-2018
1.2.4 Monocular Camera Installations to Passenger Cars in China (by Price Range), 2017-2018)
1.2.5 Side-view Camera Installations to Passenger Cars in China (by Price Range), 2017-2018
1.2.6 Rear-view Camera Installations to Passenger Cars in China (by Price Range), 2017-2018
1.2.7 Surround-view Camera Installations to Passenger Cars in China (by Price Range), 2017-2018
1.2.8 Vision Sensor Solutions for Passenger Cars Produced in China (European Brands I), 2017-2018
1.2.9 Vision Sensor Solutions for Passenger Cars Produced in China (European Brands II), 2017-2018
1.2.10 Vision Sensor Solutions for Passenger Cars Produced in China (Japanese and Korean Brands I), 2017-2018
1.2.11 Vision Sensor Solutions for Passenger Cars Produced in China (Japanese and Korean Brands II), 2017-2018
1.2.12 Vision Sensor Solutions for Passenger Cars Produced in China (Chinese Brands I), 2017-2018
1.2.13 Vision Sensor Solutions for Passenger Cars Produced in China (Chinese Brands II), 2017-2018
1.2.14 Vision Sensor Solutions for Passenger Cars Produced in China (Chinese Brands III), 2017-2018
1.2.15 Vision Sensor Solutions for Passenger Cars Produced in China (Chinese Brands IV), 2017-2018
1.2.16 Vision Sensor Solutions for Passenger Cars Produced in China (Chinese Brands V), 2017-2018

2. Foreign Automotive Vision Companies
2.1 ONSEMI
2.1.1 Leadership in Image Sensor Market
2.1.2 Automotive Eco-system
2.1.3 ADAS/AD Image Sensors
2.1.4 Cost Analysis of Sensors for Different Levels of AD
2.1.5 Revenue from Automotive Sensor Business
2.1.6 Acquisition of SensL
2.2 Sony
2.2.1 Share of Image Sensor Market
2.2.2 Developments in In-vehicle Image Sensor
2.2.3 Expansion of Image Sensor Manufacturing Capacity
2.2.4 R&D of Image Sensor Technologies under Way
2.3 Mobileye
2.3.1 eyeQ Chip
2.3.2 Partners
2.3.3 EyeQx Product Line
2.3.4 EyeQx Business
2.3.5 EyeQx Product Line Integrated with INTEL System
2.3.6 Core Technology -- REM
2.3.7 Core Technology -- RSS
2.4 MCNEX
2.5 Magna
2.5.1 Vision Product Roadmap
2.5.2 Vision ADAS Products
2.6 Veoneer
2.6.1 Client Distribution and Technical Layout
2.6.2 ADAS Layout
2.6.3 Sensor Layout (Including Vision Sensor)
2.7 Valeo CDA
2.7.1 Automotive Vision and ADAS System
2.7.2 Market Position of Valeo ADAS System
2.7.3 Partners
2.7.4 Park 4U
2.7.5 Park 4U Circuit Diagram
2.7.6 Overall Layout in Autonomous Driving
2.8 Continental Automotive
2.8.1 4th-generation and 5th-generation Cameras
2.8.2 Revenue and Key Clients for Its Sensors
2.9 Bosch
2.9.1 Next-generation High-performance Sensors Developed by Bosch
2.9.2 3rd-generation Cameras of Bosch
2.10 Clarion
2.10.1 Clarion Commercial Vehicle 360 Surround-view System: Surroundeye
2.10.2 Clarion CMOS Camera
2.11 Denso Ten
2.12 Gentex
2.12.1 Automotive Vision Products
2.12.2 Rearview Mirror Camera
2.13 ZF
2.14 Denso
2.14.1 Denso ADAS Products
2.14.2 Denso ADAS Roadmap
2.14.3 Denso Active Safety and Driver Assistance Products
2.14.4 Denso to Develop A New Generation of Vision Sensor
2.15 First Sensor
2.15.1 Cameras and Optical Sensors
2.15.2 Cameras
2.15.3 Camera Product Planning
2.15.4 Optical Sensors
2.15.5 Optical Sensor Product Planning
2.15.6 Major Clients
2.16 Foresight
2.16.1 Foresight Quad-nocular Vision System QuadSight
2.16.2 Foresight Eyes-On and Eye-Net
2.16.3 Foresight Market Overview and Planning
2.17 EyeSight
2.17.1 Technologies
2.17.2 Onboard Products

3. China Automotive Vision Companies
3.1 Sunny Optical Technology  
3.1.1 Development History of Automotive Lens
3.1.2 Automotive Lens Sales in 2012-2018
3.1.3 Comparison with Competitors
3.1.4 Latest Trends and Layout
3.2 Smarter Eye
3.2.1 Commercial Vehicle AM Products
3.2.2 OEM Products and Visual Development Platform
3.2.3 Product Manufacturing
3.2.4 Product Applications
3.3 Horizon Robotics
3.3.1 ADAS Product Solution
3.3.2 Autonomous Driving Computing Platform Based on Journey 2.0 Computing Architecture
3.3.3 Autonomous Driving Chip Roadmap
3.3.4 Visual Perception Solution
3.4 Minieye
3.4.1 Anti-collision Warning Products
3.4.2 Technologies
3.4.3 Achievements
3.5 Forward Innovation
3.5.1 Product Roadmap
3.6 INVO
3.6.1 Financing
3.6.2 Major Customers
3.6.3 Visual ADAS Products
3.7 JIMU Intelligent
3.7.1Technical Solutions
3.7.2 Products
3.7.3 Automotive Vision Solutions
3.8 Maxieye
3.8.1 Customers and Product Roadmap
3.8.2 The Second Generation of OEM Front-view Product
3.8.3 Open Image Data, Tools and Protocol Architecture
3.9 Sphyrna Technology
3.10 Roadefend
3.10.1 Core Technology
3.10.2 Driver Status Analysis and Early Warning Equipment RDT401
3.10.3 Forward Active Safety Warning Equipment
3.11 Celepixel Technology
3.11.1 CeleX Dynamic Vision Sensor Technology
3.11.2 CeleX Sensor Fusion Technology
3.11.3 CeleX Vision Sensor
3.12 Tsingtech Microvision
3.13 CalmCar
3.13.1 Profile
3.13.2 CalmCar Vehicle Vision
3.13.3 Partners and Customers
3.14 PixArt Imaging Inc.
3.14.1 Performance
3.14.2 Main Product and Products to Be Developed
3.14.3 PixArt Automotive Image Sensor
3.14.4 PixArt Automotive Gesture Control IC
3.15 Autocruis
3.15.1 ADAS Products
3.15.2 AVM and In-vehicle Monitoring System
3.15.3 Market Positioning
3.15.4 Product Roadmap
3.16 Soterea
3.16.1 Front Anti-collision Warning System with Multi-sensor Fusion
3.16.2 Automatic Emergency Braking System
3.16.3 Intelligent Driving Management Cloud Control Platform
3.16.4 ADAS Product Applications and Accessories
3.17 Black Sesame Technologies
3.17.1 Core Technology
3.17.2 Perception Solution
3.17.3 Perceptual Computing Chip
3.18 Eyemore
3.18.1 Visual Imaging Chip
3.18.2 Autonomous Driving Imaging Vision Technology Solution
3.18.3 Autonomous Driving Imaging Solution and Services
3.19 Whetron Electronics  
3.20 O-film Tech
3.20.1 Intelligent Vehicle Business
3.20.2 ADAS Products
3.20.3 Development Plan

4. Automotive Vision Technology Research
4.1 ST In-vehicle Perception Technology Solution
4.1.1 Impact of Fatigue Driving
4.1.2 Driver Distraction
4.1.3 Driver Monitoring Is Required for Autonomous Driving
4.1.4 Driver Monitoring Involves Two Drivers: Human and Machine
4.1.5 Driver Monitoring and Cockpit Monitoring Are Required by Euro NCAP
4.1.6 In-vehicle Camera
4.1.7 Near Infrared Camera System
4.1.8 Near-infrared Illumination
4.1.9 Near-infrared Illumination: Global Shutter
4.1.10 Near-infrared illumination: HDR Global Shutter
4.1.11 Disruptive Global Shutter: Native Linear HDR Sensor
4.1.12 Driver Monitoring: High-Dynamic-HDR Sensor Is Required
4.1.13 ST Automotive 3.2um Global Shutter
4.1.14 ST Automotive 3.2um Global Shutter: Background Removal
4.1.15 ST Pixel-based Background Removal
4.1.16 Pixel-to-Pixel Crosstalk
4.1.17 Low Sensor Crosstalk, Higher MTF
4.1.18 ST Automotive Global Shutter: High MTF
4.1.19 ST Achieves High MTF
4.1.20 In-vehicle 3D Sensing
4.1.21 ST Automotive GS Sensor
4.2 Sharp Distance Sensor (including ToF)
4.2.1 Sharp Distance Sensor
4.2.2 Application of Sharp Distance Measurment Sensor
4.2.3 Principle of Distance Measuring Sensor: Position Sensitive Detector
4.2.4 Application Case (I) of Sharp Distance Measurement Sensor
4.2.5 Application Case (II) of Sharp Distance Measurement Sensor
4.2.6 Applications of Distance Measurement Sensor
4.2.7 Sharp Distance Measurement Sensor Product Line
4.2.8 Distance Measurement Sensor - Analog Output
4.2.9 Distance Measurement Sensor - Digital Output
4.2.10 Sharp ToF sensor
4.2.11 Sharp TOF Sensor Roadmap: Close-range TOF, Long-range TOF, Multi-point TOF
4.2.12 Specifications of GP2AP01VT10F
4.2.13 Comparison between DMS and TOF Sensor
4.3 Sony 3D Sensing Technology
4.3.1 Application of 3D Sensing Technology
4.3.2 3D Sensing Technology: Stereo Vision
4.3.3 3D Sensing Technology: Structured Light
4.3.4 3D Sensing Technology: Time of Flight (ToF)
4.3.5 Difference between Structured Light Technology and ToF Technology
4.3.6 Challenges for Structured Light Technology Solution in Automated Material Handling
4.3.7 Comparison between Current Material Handling Technology Solutions
4.3.8 Sony IMX556 Sensor
4.3.9 Helios ToF 3D Camera
4.3.10 Performance Indicators of LUCID Helios ToF 3D Camera
4.3.11 GigE Vision and GenICam 3D Support
4.3.12 European Machine Vision Association (EMVA)
4.3.13 Comparison between Helios ToF and Kinect2
4.3.14 Master Drawing
4.3.15 Lucid Vision Lab
4.4 Overview of 3D Sensing Technology
4.4.1 What is 3D Sensing Technology?
4.4.2 3D Imaging Module Structure
4.4.3 3D Sensing Solutions
4.4.4 3D Sensing Technology Camps and Smartphone 3D Sensing Ecology
4.4.5 3D Sensing Market Size Forecast
4.4.6 3D Vision Industry Chain
4.4.7 VCSEL Industry Chain
4.4.8 Important 3D Imaging Company: Deptrum
4.4.9 Important 3D Imaging Company: Orbbec
4.4.10 Important 3D Imaging Company: Megvii
4.4.11 ZF and Volvo Develop 3D Sensing Systems
4.4.12 Vayyar Launches 3D Imaging Sensor for the Automotive Market

5. Mobileye’s Autonomous Driving Technology and Strategy
5.1 Overview
5.1.1 Achievements in 2018
5.1.2 Mobileye EyeQ? Chip Shipment in 2014-2018
5.1.3 Technical Application
5.1.4 Trinocular Front-view System
5.1.5 New Customers
5.1.6 Euro NCAP Focuses More on ADAS
5.1.7 Strategy: Autonomous Driving and ADAS
5.1.8 Mobileye/Intel Autonomous Driving Integrated Solution
5.1.9 Autonomous Driving Platform and ADAS Product Portfolio
5.2 Visual Recognition
5.2.1 Visual Perception Method
5.2.2 Autonomous Driving Strategy
5.3 Computing Platform
5.3.1 Mobileye EyeQ? SoC Chip Family
5.3.2 Mobileye EyeQ5 Chip to Be Mass-produced in 2021
5.3.3 Cooperation with Aptiv
5.4 Driving Policy and RSS
5.4.1 Basic Issues
5.4.2 RSS Model
5.4.3 Driving Logic
5.4.4 Main Partners of Mobileye RSS Model
5.5 REM—Mobileye Map Technology
5.5.1 REM Process
5.5.2 Mobileye and Nissan Collaborate to Collect HD Map Data of Japan Expressways
5.5.3 Mobileye Completes HD Map Data Collection in Japan
5.5.4 Mobileye Partners with BMW to Collect HD Map Data
5.5.5 Commercial Application of REM
5.5.6 Improvement of L2 Autonomous Driving by REM
5.5.7 Open-EyeQ Ecology
5.5.8 Application of REM in the Automotive Aftermarket
5.5.9 Mobileye Deploys Mobileye 8 Connect? in 8 Core Cities
5.5.10 Mobileye 8 Connect? Collects RSD Data Streams
5.5.11 Mobileye Partners with the UK-based Ordnance Survey to Build Precise Database of UK Roads
5.5.12 Types of Data Being Collected by the UK Project
5.5.13 Data Flow of the UK Project
5.6 Mobility as a Service (MaaS)
5.6.1 Overview of Mobileye’s Israel MaaS Project
5.6.2 Multi-layer Collaboration of Mobileye’s Israel MaaS Project
5.6.3 Implementation Phases of Mobileye’s Israel MaaS Project
5.6.4 Mobileye Cooperates with Beijing Public Transport Group
5.7 Evolution of ADAS: Zero Casualty Goal
5.7.1 Evolution of ADAS
5.7.2 Mobileye’s Zero Casualty Goal
5.7.3 Mobileye APB System

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ADAS and Autonomous Driving Industry Chain Report 2018-2019 -- Automotive Vision
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