Dublin–(business wire)–“China Automotive Vision Industry Report, 2022” report added of ResearchAndMarkets.com Recruitment.
DMS is Booming, with Installs Soaring 141.8% YoY
China plans to install 75.4 million cameras in 2025
In China, 20.624 million cameras will be installed in new vehicles in the first half of 2022, a year-on-year increase of 11.8%. By market segment, Front View His camera installations in the first half of 2022 were 3.499 million, up 20.4% year-on-year. The number of surround view cameras installed reached 10.735 million units, up 22.7% year-on-year. The number of installed rear cameras decreased by 18.8% year-on-year to 4.52 million units. The installed number of DMS cameras reached 384,000 units, an increase of 141.8% year-on-year. The number of drive recorders installed increased by 39.7% year-on-year to 1.486 million units.
China plans to install 75.4 million cameras in 2025. This is due to the following factors:
States and cities are actively initiating policies related to autonomous driving to promote the development and commercialization of the autonomous driving industry. On March 1, 2022, China officially introduced the “Autonomous Driving Classification” as a new national standard. On August 1, Shenzhen officially implemented the “Regulations for the Management of Intelligent Connected Vehicles in the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone”, allowing fully self-driving vehicles to travel on the roads. .
On September 5, the city of Shanghai released the “Implementation Plan for Accelerating the Innovation and Development of Intelligent Connected Vehicles in Shanghai”. stipulated that it is necessary to build
In the first half of 2022, 2.877 million vehicles were equipped with L2+ functionality, accounting for 32.4%, an increase of 12.6% year-on-year. In particular, the mounting rate of L2.5 and L2.9 has increased dramatically. Many OEMs are deploying his L3 and above autonomous driving. In the latter term, automatic driving of L2.9 or higher will be standardized.
Traditional OEMs are partnering with technology companies or launching new brands to roll out autonomous driving. BYD, for example, has partnered with NVIDIA and Baidu in February and March 2022, respectively. NVIDIA provides intelligent driving technology and Baidu provides a complete solution for L3 intelligent driving. In March 2022, GAC unveiled its new electric brand “e:NP” and the brand’s first battery-powered electric vehicle “e:NP1” that embodies “electrification”. This vehicle enables L3 intelligent driving.
Emerging automakers are focusing on independent development. NIO, Li Auto, and Xpeng embarked on a full-stack self-research of software and algorithms. Xpeng’s full-stack, in-house developed XPilot driver assistance system is continuously upgraded. Now XPilot 3.5 enables his L3 autopilot. XPilot 4 will be available on the G9, with the transition to autonomous driving expected to be completed in 2026.
2022H1, Bosch, Denso and Aptiv grabbed a 52.28% share in the front view camera market, with local Chinese player Jingwei Hirain Technologies shortlisted in the top ten.
In the first half of 2022, China’s front-view camera market for new passenger cars was mainly dominated by foreign suppliers such as Bosch, Denso and Aptiv. Bosch has taken his 25.12% market share servicing his BYD, Honda, BMW, Changan, etc. Denso won his 19.09% market share as Toyota’s partner. Aptiv’s market share, whose main customers include Volvo, GAC and SAIC, reached 8.27%.
Jingwei Hirain Technologies is the only local Chinese company to rank among the top 10 new car front view camera suppliers in China. Founded in 2003, Jingwei Hirain Technologies entered his ADAS field in 2016, mainly serving his OEMs such as his SAIC, FAW and Geely. Our main products include ADCU, ADAS, LMU, DMS, T-BOX, GW, etc. ADAS cameras have evolved to the 5th generation.
In the future, a new generation of ultra-high computing power intelligent driving domain controller, intelligent cockpit recognition controller, 3D camera and other new products will be built with domestic chips or foreign higher computing power chips, ISP technology and cockpit 3D recognition technology.
1 Automotive Vision Industry Overview
1.1 Basic Introduction to ADAS
1.2 Classification of ADAS functions
1.3 Main application scenarios of in-vehicle cameras in ADAS
1.4 Classification of in-vehicle cameras
1.5 Operating principle and structure of in-vehicle camera
1.6 Cost structure of in-vehicle cameras
1.7 Automotive Camera Industry Chain
1.8 Layout of Automotive Camera Industry Chain Enterprises
2 China Automotive Vision Market and Trends
2.1 Market Overview
2.1.1 Chinese passenger car camera configuration, 2022H1
2.1.2 China passenger car camera configuration of joint venture brand
2.1.3 Chinese independent brand passenger car camera configuration
2.2 Front view system
2.3 Surround view system
2.5 Back view system
2.6 Drive Recorder
2.7 Main Front View System Supplier
2.8 China vision company layout analysis
2.9 China Vision Market Development Trend
3 Monocular vision companies in China
3.1 Mini eye
3.2 Suzhou Inno
3.3 Intelligent DIE
3.4 Maxi Eye
3.5 Auto Cruise
3.7 Chintech Microvision
3.8 Calm Car
3.9 Shizui Hirai technology
3.11 Streamax Technology
3.12 Angie Auto
4 Chinese binoculars company
4.1 Smarter eyes
4.2 METAC Technology
4.5 Brilliance Technology
4.6 Kenshiba Technology
5 Other Visual Enterprise
5.1 Neusoft Reach
5.3 Dessay SV
5.4 Zongmu Technology
5.6 Hefei Softtech Automotive Electronics
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