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Park assist systems and telematics brief introduction


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The report briefly describes the presently available Drive Assist System (DAS) and what we can have in near future. It also briefly introduces Telematics in Automotive - Rajni Ranjan

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Park assist systems and telematics brief introduction

  2. 2. WHY WE NEED DRIVER ASSIST SYSTEMS The automobile industry has become an integrated part of the modern society which has both positive and negative impact of product it produces i.e automotive in the form of loss of life due to crash. Most of the time the crash occurs due to drivers error as they lose focus and attention. Statistics show that more than 90% of the accidents are caused due to driver error.  Drive Assist System -  Reduce the risk of accident by Human error  Have high initial cost but the cost benefit analysis favours the investment  A regular system in premier segment but now we see the same more in other segment car as well Rajni Ranjan
  3. 3. ADVANTAGE OF DRIVE ASSIST SYSTEM Driver assist systems are designed for the following Key benefits –  Bring down the occurrence of the most common accidents  Improve driver response time via early danger detection and notification  Improve safety margins through driving hazard warnings  Enhance driver vision at night, in fog, for blind spots and in curves  Improve driver skills by limiting driver errors and overreaction  Counteract distraction from infotainment and mobile devices  Improve convenience by making the drive less tiring, less boring and less stressful  Mitigate severity of an accident when a crash is inevitable Rajni Ranjan
  4. 4. DRIVE ASSIST SYSTEM – EXPECTED LAUNCH TIME • Work Load Management Integrated Lane Assist • BSD & Lane Change Assist • Blind Spot Detection • LDW & Lane Keeping• Lane Departure Warning Lane Drive Assist • Cooperative ACC • Platoon Drive ACC• Stop-Go ACC • Highway Speed ACC Adaptive Cruise Control Park Assist Integrated Park Assist • Self Parking • Camera & Object detection• Camera PA • Ultrasonic PA • Driver Monitoring • Collision Mitigation • Collision Warning • Brake Assist • Map-based driver Assist (ADAS) • Night Vision Other Driver Assist • Collision Avoidance • Pedestrian Protection • Work Load Management • Road Sign Recognition Integrated ADAS Autonomous Driving TIME Source: Egil Juliussen is the principal analyst and Co-founder of Telematics Research GroupRajni Ranjan
  5. 5. DRIVE ASSIST SYSTEM – ABBREVIATIONS EXPLAINED  ACC – Adaptive Cruise Control  LDW - Lane Departure Warning  UPA – Ultrasonic Park Assistance  BSD - Blind Spot Detection  ADAS - Advanced Driver Assist Systems Rajni Ranjan
  6. 6. WORLDWIDE OEM DRIVE ASSIST FORECAST 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 2007 2008 2012 2015 2020 PA-Camera PA-Ultrasound ACC LDW BSD MillionUSD CAGR 30% Source: Egil Juliussen is the principal analyst and Co-founder of Telematics Research Group • The Blind Spot Detection system will grow at a CAGR of 39% whereas the Lane departure warning system will be second with CAGR of 30% globally • In India the PA-Camera and PA-Ultrasound will have the maximum growth owing to unorganized driving habit. Rajni Ranjan CAGR 39%
  7. 7. THE FUTURE OF TELEMATICS  Handheld or portable devices will dominate the future of telematics due to the ease of handling and display  Back-office data aggregation is a key enabler of telematics growth. Analysing the data and turning that information into knowledge will be the basis of telematics. Hence this will give rise to another industry i.e. Know Process Management  Designing “Specifically Targeted Actionable Data” programs is key to success in telematics example- Instead of developing a database of fleet’s tire pressure history, use telematics to tell a mechanic to change a tire.  Communication protocols will come and go – you will pick your protocol based on the type and frequency of information transmission. Source: Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association Rajni Ranjan
  8. 8. THE FUTURE OF TELEMATICS  Success in the telematics market is governed by the ability to build partnerships. For example Mobile phone company->App developer->Auto Company  Mobile phone will be the communication device of choice for a wide range of telematics applications.. Source: Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association Rajni Ranjan
  9. 9. TELEMATICS – TYPES AND USAGE  GPS Location – Vehicle location, distance travelled and speed information  GPS Performance – Fuel mileage, transmission and braking parameters, guides to better fuel economy  Biometrics – Driver monitoring for drowsiness, distraction, lane departure, etc.  Traffic and Parking Management – Telematics payment for metered parking, peak hour toll collection, traffic light timing and parking spot notification  Asset Management – Vehicle location, readiness and value  Diagnostics – Fault code transmittal, repair center preparation, prognostics  Maintenance Management – Oil change algorithms, fleet service management and service scheduling  Vehicle Value – Increasing the value of used vehicles by documenting mileage and service histories  Insurance – Basing insurance rates on specific driving profiles Rajni Ranjan
  10. 10. TELEMATICS – TYPES AND USAGE  Probe Technology – Sensors that can complete the performance picture (i.e. oil quality, emission compliance, electrical load, etc.)  Vehicle Infrastructure Integration (VII) – Advanced vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to- infrastructure communications aimed at increasing highway safety  Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) – Technologies that improve the safety, security and efficiency of the nation's surface transportation system  Entertainment and Infotainment – Video streaming, pod casting and advertising targeting to moving vehicles Source: Automotive Aftermarket Industry AssociationRajni Ranjan
  11. 11. TELEMATICS – TYPES AND USAGE  Security – Anti-theft measures  Green Opportunities – Emission compliance, fuel economy, route selection, carbon footprint  Back Shop Aggregation – The ability to convert information into “actionable knowledge”  Customer Relationship Management (CRM) – Real Time - Real Person connection with drivers or vehicle owners Source: Automotive Aftermarket Industry AssociationRajni Ranjan