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The Automotive Mirrors & Cameras Report

  • January 2013
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  • Supplier Business
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  • 120 pages

As ADAS systems have increased in terms of their capabilities, the markets served by mirrors and cameras have begun to converge more and more. Traditional, simple mirrors are a thing of the past. Drivers no longer only look in their rear-view mirror to see cars approaching from behind; mirrors, especially interior mirrors, are frequently used as information display screens, with the information they display having been captured by a number of miniature cameras located around the car.

There is no doubt that consumers like the convenience and help which a rear-view camera and its associated display screen provides. However, the major force behind integrating camera technology into cars, and specifically integrating their output’s display into mirrors (or linking this to a dedicated display screen), has been OEMs wanting to stay ahead of impending legislation which will make this kind of technology mandatory.

About this report

This report provides detailed analysis of the automotive mirrors and cameras sector including legislative factors, supplier analysis and the latest technical trends.

The report provides detailed case studies examining the cameras in use by nine major OEMs along with the latest technology be offered by suppliers. The report is further backed up with detailed profiles and analysis of the key suppliers active within this sector.

Table Of Contents

The Automotive Mirrors and Cameras Report
Executive Summary/Overview

Introduction

Supplier analysis

Mirrors

Legislative background

Technical trends

Mirrors

Cameras

Introduction

Cameras in use - a selection of case studies

Audi
Chrysler/Dodge
Daimler/Mercedes-Benz
Ford
GM
Honda
Land Rover
Mitsubishi
Nissan

Suppliers

Bosch
Continental
Ficosa
Gentex
Hella
Ichikoh
Magna
Murakami
SMR
TRW
Valeo
Mobileye - a key tier two with leading camera technology.

Profiles

Bosch
Continental
Ficosa
Gentex
Hella
Ichikoh
Magna
Murakami
SMR
TRW
Valeo



Figures

Figure 1: BMW 3-series mirror supplied by Gentex
Figure 2: Standard Ficosa interior mirror
Figure 3: Estimated global market for exterior rear-view mirrors [Source: AutoAnalysis estimates]
Figure 4: Estimated global market for interior rear-view mirrors [Source: AutoAnalysis estimates]
Figure 5: Audi RS5 exterior mirror. The Audi RS5 mirror above shows the water deflecting channels which are characteristic of Audi mirror design
Figure 6: Audi R8 mirror made of CFRP
Figure 7: Valeo BeamAtic camera-based lighting system in action
Figure 8: Display of Value 360Vue system
Figure 9: The Valeo BeamAtic and 360Vue system operate from the interior mirror
Figure 10: The AMOLED mirror screen in the Audi R8
Figure 11: The rear camera on the Audi A8
Figure 12: The display for the 2013 Dodge Ram Rear View Camera
Figure 13: The display for the Mercedes Active Lane Keeping Assist is in the centre of the instrumentation display
Figure 14: Schematic of Mercedes camera and sensor systems
Figure 15: Ford Fusion Rear View Camera display
Figure 16: Ford Driver Assistance systems
Figure 17: Ford Forward Collision Warning system
Figure 18: Ford Fusion Lane Keep Assist display. The 2013 Ford Fusion also features Ford Lane Keep Assist technology
Figure 19: Opel Insignia Forward Camera View display
Figure 20: The OpelEye camera can now read road signs
Figure 21: The Rear Cross Traffic Alert system from GM's Buick brand
Figure 22: The display from the 2013 Buick Verano rear-view camera showing Cross Traffic Alert function in action
Figure 23: The Forward Collision Warning system on the GMC Terrain is displayed on the centre of the dashboard
Figure 24: The Rear View Camera display on the 2013 GMC Acadia. The latest GMC Acadia also features a rear-view camera
Figure 25: The rear-view camera display on the 2013 Honda Civic
Figure 26: The rear-view camera on the Honda Accord is fitted just above the licence plate
Figure 27: The customisable display for the Surround Camera system on the Range Rover Evoque
Figure 28: Schematic of Mitsubishi's Lane Departure Warning system
Figure 29: Nissan Qashqai exterior mirror with Around View Monitor camera
Figure 30: Nissan Around View Monitor display
Figure 31: Infiniti version of Nissan's Around View Monitor display. In the Infiniti version, moving object detection is already offered
Figure 32: Road Sign Recognition display from Bosch
Figure 33: Night Vision display from Bosch
Figure 34: Ficosa mirror supplied to Peugeot 508
Figure 35: Gentex mirror on BMW 3-series
Figure 36: Magna mirror on Ford Fusion. The Ford Fusion uses Magna's auto-dimming mirror which includes information display
Figure 37: Magna's award-winning Infinity mirror
Figure 38: Magna mirror showing Blind Zone display feature
Figure 39: Murakami's Hydrophilic mirror. The picture shows the difference between ordinary glass and glass which has been applied with Murakami's hydrophilic coating. The coating transforms the individual droplets of water into a single optically consistent film of water, improving visibility greatly.
Figure 40: Two pictures showing the different images seen without reverse auto down and with revere auto down
Figure 41: Schematic showing MobilEye applications



Tables

Table 1: Selected examples of Mobileye applications are: [Source: Mobileye]

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