Future Development of Cutting edge Driver Help Frameworks in Europe Scratch Passage Senior Advisor Ice and SULLIVAN.


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Future Development of Cutting edge Driver Help Frameworks in Europe Scratch Passage Senior Advisor Ice and SULLIVAN Outline of the Business sector for Wellbeing and DAS Innovations Dynamic Security Advancements – Distinguishing Development Opportunities Client States of mind and Recognitions towards Wellbeing Advances
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Future Evolution of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems in Europe Nick Ford Senior Consultant FROST & SULLIVAN © Frost & Sullivan 2008

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Overview of the Market for Safety and DAS Technologies Active Safety Technologies – Identifying Growth Opportunities Customer Attitudes and Perceptions towards Safety Technologies Conclusions & Recommendations Agenda for Safety & DAS © Frost & Sullivan 2008

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Launched in 2008 Key Product Launches in Automotive Safety Market – 2007 Driver Alert Control (DAC) Production Models : S80, V70 and XC70 Sensor Used : CMOS Camera Developed by : Volvo, Mobileye System Functioning : LDW camera screens separation between the auto and the street path markings to figure out if the driver dangers losing control or not. Park4U Semi-self-sufficient Parking Production Models : VW Touran, Tiguan Sensor Used : Ultrasonic sensors Developed by : Valeo System Functioning : The framework measures a parallel parking spot and aides the auto into the crevice taking guiding control, with the driver needed to simply quicken or brake. Crash shirking is a key improvement range – Europe’s first framework utilizing Radar + Camera sensor combination for Emergency braking Collision Warning with Automatic Braking Production Models : S80, V70 and XC70 Sensor Used : Camera + Radar Developed by : Volvo, Mobileye, Delphi System Functioning : Sensor combination of radar and camera information for deterrent identification with starting sound and feature notices took after pre-charging of the brakes or programmed braking on account of driver inaction. PathFindIR – Automotive Night Vision ( Aftermarket ) Sensor Used : Far Infra-red camera Developed by : FLIR + NAV-TV System Functioning : PathFindIR is an independent, remain solitary camera framework that uses warm imaging for enhanced street perceivability in night driving conditions. The framework can be introduced on any vehicle stage rapidly and effectively. Path Departure Warning (LDW) – Camera Based Production Models : BMW 5-Series Sensor Used : CMOS Camera Developed by : Siemens VDO + Mobileye © Frost & Sullivan 2008

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Key Product Launches in Automotive Safety Market – 2008 Audi Side Assist Production Models : A4 , Q7 Sensor Used : 24 GHz sensors Developed by : Hella System Functioning : The framework always screens the contiguous right and left paths. It gives an optical caution - with notice lights as an afterthought mirrors . City Safety framework Production Models : XC60 Sensor Used : Infrared Sensors Developed by : Volvo, Continental System Functioning :Three Infrared Sensors behind the windscreen filters the vehicle\'s front up to 6 m and can convey the auto to a complete stop if the relative paces are under 15 km/hr City Safety – Europe’s first Low Speed Collision Avoidance System to be introduced as a standard in Volvo XC60 Blind Spot Detection Production Models : Jaguar XF Sensor Used : 24 GHz sensors Developed by : Valeo System Functioning :This radar based sensor innovation cautions a vehicle driver of the vicinity of another vehicle at the back blind side. An obvious symbol is shown in the side perspective mirror in such a circumstance, in this manner cautioning the driver. Savvy Park Assist Production Models : A3 Sensor Used : Ultrasonic Sensors Developed by : Unknown System Functioning :. The framework measures a parallel parking spot and aides the auto into the hole taking guiding control, with the driver needed to simply quicken or brake © Frost & Sullivan 2008

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Announced in 2008 Key occasions/ideas in Automotive Safety Market – 2008 Attention Assist System Expected Launch Year : 2009 Developed by : Mercedes System Functioning : The framework cautions the driver of tiredness utilizing different sensors to break down driving conduct . The framework makes a driver conduct profile amid typical driving and thinks about it in distinctive situations to identify weariness Blaupunkt “Dual View” System Expected Launch Year : 2009 Developed by : Bosch System Functioning : The framework shows two unique projects on a solitary screen with the driver and traveler ready to see diverse pictures based upon the point of review, with space necessities continuing as before. Reestablished enthusiasm for checking driver and driving conduct for mishap counteractive action Integrated Project GST (Global System for Telematics) Developed by : Renault + BMW System Functioning : Renault and BMW together built up a salvage situation and executed it without precedent for vehicle models, concentrating particularly on between vehicle correspondence . The models have interoperable telematics with open structural planning for simple correspondence. Saab – Driver Attention Warning System Developed by : Saab System Functioning : Development venture for planning a framework that Detects Driver Drowsiness & Driver Inattention – Utilizes two small scale infra-red cameras , one introduced at the base of the driver’s A-column and the other in the focal point of the primary belt, concentrated on the driver’s eyes . © Frost & Sullivan 2008

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Nissan ASV-4: Using V2X correspondence for maintaining a strategic distance from mishaps at crossing points and better movement administration Another on-going undertaking utilizes telematics by means of phones to enhance activity stream and diminish movement clog V2V Communication: The Nissan ASV-4 cautioning framework utilizes vehicle-to-vehicle interchanges to alarm the driver to take protective activities in circumstances where an on-coming vehicle is not yet unmistakable, but rather represents a potential risk to street security. ITS Project: The framework is sustained activity information by means of connections to movement base (e.g. utilizing guides) © Frost & Sullivan 2008

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2025 2015 2005 Front air sack Side air pack Seat belt Seat belt cautioning ABS 1995 Safety Systems Evolution 1995 - 2015 Inter-area bolster, Urban Driving Assistance, Rural Driving Assistance Driver Drowsiness Warning Integrated Lane Change Assistance/Lane keeping System. Bend rate cautioning Integrated Lane Change Assistance/Lane keeping System Longitudinal and Lateral Collision Avoidance frameworks Intelligent Speed Crash Compatibilty crosswise over Brands and Body Styles Active Pedestrian assurance frameworks Advanced Automatic Crash Notification Integrated Chassis System Pre-Crash Occupant Protection Integration of DAS Applications with MAP Data Occupant Detection and grouping Anti Submarining and variable stage sending airbag Whiplash insurance Belt pretensioning Lane Departure Warning (LDW) Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) Blind Spot Detection (BSD) EBS/ABS ESP Emergency Brake Assist (EBA) Active Steering ACC (Stop & Go) Global Safety Systems Technology Roadmap Passive Pedestrian security frameworks Intra-brand Crash Compatibilty Automatic Crash Notification Collision Avoidance Driver Warning and Information Systems Vehicle Stability Systems Occupant Protection Safety Systems Partner Protection Automatic Notification System Active Safety Systems Passive Safety Systems Source: Frost & Sullivan © Frost & Sullivan 2008

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$38.3 Billion $26.1 Billion 45.3% 51.9% 54.7% 48.1% Year 2006 Year 2012 Asia is the Major Contributor to the Global Safety Systems Market Revenues Attributable to Wider Installation in Japan CAGR 6.6% Year 2012 $15.8 Billion Global Safety Systems Market – Revenue Forecast $11.6 Billion $10.9 Billion 43.2% 46.7% 47.0% Million US$ 56.8% 53.3% 53.0% Note: All figures are adjusted. Source: Frost & Sullivan © Frost & Sullivan 2008

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$21 Billion CAGR 8.9% 10.5% 1.0% Year 2012 5.8% $12.5 Billion 7.0% 1.1% 5.7% 2.1% 1.2% 8.6% 11.6% $9 Billion 2.8% 1.3% 9.6% 17.3% $6.2 Billion 13.1% $5.8 Billion 3.7% 7.3% 15.7% 10.0% 3.4% 61.3% Million US$ 22.7% 5.7% 71.7% 5.5% 84.6% 65.0% 42.7% Year 2006 Year 2012 Note: ABS/ESC – Antilock Braking System/Electronic Stability Control, TPMS – Tire Pressure Monitoring System, LDW – Lane Departure Warning, BSD – Blind Spot Detection, NVS – Night Vision System, PA – Parking Assistance, ACC – Adaptive Cruise Control Note: All figures are adjusted. Source: Frost & Sullivan Global Active Safety Systems Market Revenues to Exceed 20 Billion USD by 2012 Global Active Safety Systems Market : Revenue Forecasts (in Million US$), 2006 and 2012 Global Active Safety Systems Market – Revenue Forecast © Frost & Sullivan 2008

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+ Penetration _ B – Features Standard in higher section vehicles, yet discretionary in mid and lower fragments C – Features that may be accessible as alternative A – Technologies Driven By Legislation EPS - > CEPS + PEPS + REPS 70.0% Stolen Vehicle Tracking 75.0% RVD 75.0% MP3/WMA 91.0% Standard ESP 100.0% e-call 100.0% DPF (%of diesel) 100.0% Tire Pressure Monitoring System 100.0% Legislation driven advances like e-call and Tire Pressure Monitoring are required to have a high entrance in EU 2020 An Active Steering 20.0% DVD 24.0% Air Suspension 25.0% Start-stop system 30.0% Occupant Sensing Systems 33.2% DCT + AMTs 35.0% Advanced ESP 35.0% Multi-practical Switches 36.0% Pay as you drive (PAYD) 35 - 40% Turbocharger (% of gasoline) 40.0% Embedded Navigation 40.0% VVT (% of gasoline) 42.5% In-vehicle Displays 48.0% Passive Hands free 55.0% GDI (% of gasoline) 57.5% Whiplash Protection Systems 61.1% Leading European Automotive Technologies B Lane Departure Warning (LDW) 4.3% Blind Spot Detection (BSD) 6.0% Adaptive Cruise Control 8.2% Seat - Active Massage (Driver/Passenger) 8.5% EHB + Hybrid braking+ EMB/EWB 14.0% Seat - Ventilation (Driver/Passenger) 19.2% Source: Frost & Sullivan C © Frost & Sullivan 2008

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