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미국의 후방 자동 긴급제동(R-AEB) 시스템 시장(2017년)

US Rear Autonomous Emergency Braking System Market, 2017

리서치사 Frost & Sullivan
발행일 2018년 05월 상품 코드 643506
페이지 정보 영문 36 Pages
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미국의 후방 자동 긴급제동(R-AEB) 시스템 시장(2017년) US Rear Autonomous Emergency Braking System Market, 2017
발행일 : 2018년 05월 페이지 정보 : 영문 36 Pages

미국의 후방 자동 긴급제동(R-AEB) 시스템 시장에 대해 조사했으며, 시장 개요, 주요 동향, 기술 전망 및 성장 기회 등에 대해 분석하여 전해드립니다.

1. 개요

  • 후방 자동 긴급제동(R-AEB) 시스템
  • 다양한 자동차 센서의 비교 분석
  • 현재 R-AEB 시스템의 OEM 전망
  • 예측되는 R-AEB 시스템의 OEM 전망
  • 현행 세대에서 R-AEB 시스템의 주요 동향

2. 시장 현황

  • NHTSA(미국 도로교통안전국)의 R-AEB에 대한 제안 : 개요
  • NHTSA vs. IIHS RCAR : 시험 상황 개요
  • OEM에 의한 R-AEB 시스템
  • ADAS 센서의 로케이션 및 커버리지 패턴

3. 기술 : 전망

  • 미래에 영향을 미치는 주요 R-AEB의 동향
  • R-AEB : 향후 옵션
  • 센서 비교 : 현재 vs. 미래
  • 기능을 지원하는 일부로서의 R-AEB : 기능 로드맵
  • 공급업체의 전망 : 컴포넌트 공급 & 시스템 하드웨어

4. 성장 기회·CTA(Call to Action)

  • 성장 기회 : OEM/TSP로부터의 투자·제휴
  • 성공·성장을 위한 전략적 필수 요건

5. 결론

6. 부록

7. Frost & Sullivan 소개

KSA 18.06.05

R-AEB Addition After 2019 will Translate into Opportunities to Achieve NHTSA 5-star Ratings, an Upsurge in Technology, and Market Penetration

According to NHTSA's estimates, backover crashes resulted in 210 fatalities and more than 15,000 injuries in 2014-2015. The current-generation rear object detection systems have reliability issues when it comes to detecting humans and other moving objects correctly. The basic ultrasonic sensors cannot detect any moving objects, whereas images from the rearview camera can be insufficient to classify the objects, therefore not satisfactory. Moreover, human error can also override the input from the reverse parking sensors, which is one of the major reasons for an untoward rear-end collision.

An immediate solution to solve this problem is to incorporate rear automatic emergency braking (R-AEB) as a feature in every vehicle manufactured in the US, along with the forward autonomous emergency braking. R-AEB could potentially prevent or mitigate a crash in 7 of the 32 crash scenarios. This feature addition could possibly end up saving about 150 lives a year, lost due to back over collisions. While avoiding slow-moving or stationary objects, such as poles and parked vehicles, may provide economic benefits to drivers, NHTSA is focusing on reducing fatalities and injuries, and as an extension, on system performance, to avoid crashes with pedestrians. Several OEMs are understood to be working on this technology, offering different sets of features based on the segment, such as stationary object detection only, dynamic object detection only, and/or a combination of both.

Most OEMs in the US are expected to start offering this feature as a standard or as an optional (as a subset of a supporting driver assistance feature). Some premium OEMs are also expected to offer R-AEB with pedestrian and cyclist detection capabilities besides stationary objects and rear traffic movement.

While a handful of OEMs have incorporated a basic version of this technology on their vehicles, some of them have expressed concerns pertaining to customer perception of the system and are of the view that an improved version will be required in the future. Another hindrance is the detection of small objects which are well below the range of the ultrasonic sensors or are difficult for the camera to recognize sometimes. The decision-making onus, thus, rests with who will continually be aided by the system.

<>Addition of the R-AEB feature, in addition to other safety features, would give them an edge over the competition that does not have this feature. The system should be robust enough for OEMs to convince the buyer of the advantages that come with it. Addition of R-AEB system in vehicles would require an additional cost that the OEM needs to justify.

Table of Contents


Executive Summary

  • Rear Autonomous Emergency Braking (R-AEB) System
  • Comparative Analysis of Various Automotive Sensors
  • OEM Outlook for Current R-AEB Systems
  • OEM Outlook for Expected R-AEB Systems
  • Key Trends on Current Generation Rear AEB Systems

Current Market Scenario

  • NHTSA Proposal for Rear AEB-An Overview
  • NHTSA vs. IIHS RCAR-Test Scenario Outline
  • Rear AEB System by OEM
  • Location of ADAS Sensors and Coverage Patterns

Technology-Future Outlook

  • Key Rear AEB Trends That will Impact the future
  • Rear AEB-Future Options
  • Sensor Comparison-Today vs. Future
  • Rear AEB as Part of Supporting Features-A Functional Roadmap
  • Supplier Outlook-Component Supply & System Hardware

Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action

  • Growth Opportunity-Investments and Partnerships from OEMs/TSPs
  • Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

The Last Word

  • Key Conclusions and Takeaways
  • Legal Disclaimer


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