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The Future of Intelligent Cockpits

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Marcus Waermer discussed Visteon's SmartCore Platform at the 2018 Intelligent Automotive Developers' Conference in Beijing.

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The Future of Intelligent Cockpits

  1. 1. The Future of Intelligent Cockpits Marcus Wärmer, Director SmartCoreTM Platform September 2018
  2. 2. Visteon Corporation 2 Leading supplier of cockpit electronics and autonomous driving systems to carmakers across the world $3.2B annual sales 10,000+ employees 18 countries 22 manufacturing locations 18 technical centers Significantly outperformed peer group and S&P 500 PACE Award Winner 2018 SmartCoreTM cockpit domain controller
  3. 3. Balanced Sales Across Key Global Markets & Customers Balanced regional footprint with diversified customer and product portfolio (1) Global automotive production volumes. IHS Automotive, October 2017. Asia 41% Europe 29% North America 28% South America 2% Instrument Clusters 38% Information Displays 16% Infotainment 12% Audio Systems 10% Telematic Solutions 8% HUD 1% Other 15% By manufacturing region By product Visteon Electronics 3
  4. 4. Macro Trends in Automotive 4 Autonomous and connected cars are key trends for technology suppliers Shared Mobility Sharing Economy Connected Everywhere Connected Car Environment and Sustainability Electric Health and Safety Autonomous
  5. 5. Modern Vehicle Electronics Architecture 5 Modern car is an increasingly complex network of electronic systems Instrument Cluster Infotainment Head-Up Display Telematics Brake by Wire Engine Control MOST/Ethernet/CAN CAN/TTCAN TTCAN/Flexray Air Conditioning CAN/LIN Driver Info Safety Powertrain Body/Chassis Steer by Wire Steer by Wire Battery Management Lighting Control Theft Warning Door Module Forward Collision Warning Adaptive Cruise Control Rear-View Camera Gateway Gateway Gateway Amplifier • Four different computing domains • Vastly different software in each domain • Large number of Electronic Control Units (ECU) • 30-150 ECUs in cars today … and growing • Large software code base • 100+ million lines of code in premium cars
  6. 6. Key Domains of Automotive Electronics 6 Driver info and safety are faster growing domains within automotive electronics Driver Info Safety Body/Chassis Powertrain Instrument Cluster, Infotainment, Head-Up Display, Center Information Display, Telematics ABS Braking, Forward Collision Warning, Lane Departure Warning, Rear Camera, E-Call, V2V/V2X, Autonomous Driving Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, Lighting Control, Power Seats/Doors/Windows, Remote Key Engine Control, Transmission Control, Steering Control, Starter Domain Function/Product
  7. 7. Cockpit and ADAS/AD Technology Trends 7 L1-L2 ADAS L3-L4 Autonomous 20102005 2015 2020 2025 ECU Consolidation Connected Car HMI for Level 3 Autonomous Digital Cockpit Visteon Confidential
  8. 8. Cockpit Electronics Market Trends Market Trends realized by the next generation Cockpit Domain Controller Multiple high resolution Displays Domain Separation using Hardware Virtualization Connectivity and Upgradability Security CPU1 Feature A CPU2 Feature B Multicore processors with feature integration, hardware virtualization to ensure domain isolation (functional safety) High performance Graphics controller to drive multiple displays simultaneously. Connectivity for feature enhancement and Over-the-air updates High level of Security is required in the vehicle as number of attack surfaces increase. Cluster CIDHUD Scalability Re-usable software /HW elements from low to high segment across multiple domains Low Mid High Domain n+1Domain 1 Domain n RSE Passenger 8 Visteon Confidential
  9. 9. ECU Consolidation in Automotive Electronics 9 Integrated domain controllers replacing individual ECUs Today 0.2 0.9 1.9 3.6 6.6 9.9 14.2 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 Exponential Growth of Cockpit Controllers (Units in millions) Market GrowthTomorrow Cockpit Controller ADAS / AD Controller Consolidation of ECUs into domain controllers Reduces cost, weight and power consumption Leverages silicon and software innovations
  10. 10. Visteon Future Direction Leader in centralized computing technology Autonomous Driving ComputerCockpit Domain Controller Sensors Sensors Sensors Cloud DriveCore™ Autonomous Driving Computer Artificial Intelligence SmartCore™ Cockpit Domain Controller Augmented Reality V2X Head-Up Displays Instrument Clusters Displays Phoenix™ Infotainment Visteon Technologies Visteon Products Computer Vision Cyber Security Driver Monitoring 10 Visteon Confidential
  11. 11. Key Trends in Driver Information 11 Single integrated ECU powering all cockpit electronics instead of multiple discrete ECUs From analog meter to all-digital cluster From AM/FM radio to connected infotainment Integrated cockpit domain controller powered by single ECU Analog Cluster Digital Cluster AM/FM Radio Display Audio 2015 2020 2023 Integrated Digital Cluster and Display Audio
  12. 12. Growth of Driver Information Market 12 Driver info market growing significantly faster than underlying vehicle production 20222017 $34B $50B • All-digital display-based instrument clusters replace traditional analog clusters • Smartphone-based and connected infotainment systems replace traditional embedded systems • Increased ASP and mass-market penetration driver faster growth of Driver Info market Driver Information Growth 8% CAGR 95.1 105.7 2017 202220222017 Vehicle Production Growth (Units in Millions) 2% 8%
  13. 13. Improving Road Safety Through Technology 13 Data Source: US NHTSA 2016 US Highway Safety Database + Visteon Analysis Visteon Highway Pilot with AEB • Vehicle crash deaths have reduced significantly in past 40 years but still long way to go • ADAS technology promises to reduce crashes significantly • Forward collision detection with auto braking shows maximum promise
  14. 14. Three Eras of Enhanced Safety 14 Partially automated driving market expected to grow significantly by 2025 Data Source: Roland Berger, July 2016 2017 2019 2021 2023 2025 $10.2 $14.0 $18.4 $24.1 $32.4 Night Vision Driver Monitoring Parking Assist Self Parking Blind Spot Detection Traffic Jam Assist Adaptive Cruise Control Lane Keep Assist Lane Departure Warning 16% CAGR (2017-2025) (Dollars in billions) 2010-2016 Advanced Driver Assistance 2016-2025 Partially Automated Safety 2025+ Fully Automated Safety Autonomous Driving Market by Features Rearview Video Systems Automatic Emergency Braking Pedestrian Automatic Emergency Braking Rear Automatic Emergency Braking Rear Cross Traffic Alert Lane Centering Assist Adaptive Cruise Control Lane Keep Assist Lane Change Assist Traffic Jam Assist Self-Park Highway Autopilot City Autopilot
  15. 15. Three Eras of Enhanced Safety 15 L3 automated driving market expected to grow significantly by 2025 Source: Strategy Analytics 2018 2017 2019 2021 2023 2025 $19.7 $28.9 $37.9 $46.8 $53.8 Night Vision Driver Monitoring Parking Assist Self Parking Blind Spot Detection Traffic Jam Assist Adaptive Cruise Control Lane Keep Assist Lane Departure Warning 16.7% CAGR (2017-2022) (Dollars in billions) Autonomous Driving Market by Features Lane Keeping Automated Lane Change Traffic Jam Pilot Highway Pilot Self-Park 2010-2016 Advanced Driver Assistance 2016-2025 Partially Automated Safety 2025+ Fully Automated Safety Rearview Video Systems Automatic Emergency Braking Cross Traffic Alert Lane Keep Assist Lane Change Assist Adaptive Cruise Control Parking Assistance Highway Autopilot City Autopilot Level2Level3Level4&5
  16. 16. Key Challenge – Increasing Reliance on Software 16 Software competence is critical to automotive suppliers’ future • Convergence of automotive cockpit and consumer electronics • Accelerating pace of new features • Evolution to level 3 autonomous driving features Drivers of software complexity Software Content Basic Medium High Analog Instrument Cluster Segment LCD Instrument Cluster Basic Buttons/Controls AM/FM Radio AM/FM/Bluetooth Radio 5”-7” Display Instrument Cluster All-Digital Instrument Cluster GPS Navigation Speech Recognition Natural Language Interaction Combiner HUD Smartphone Projection Windscreen HUD USB Media HTML5/Android Apps OTA Software Updates 2G/3G Telematics 3G/4G Telematics Cockpit Domain Controller Driver Monitoring Rear View Camera Augmented Reality Autonomous HMI Sensor Fusion Highway Autopilot Self-Parking High-Definition Map 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 5G Telematics City Autopilot
  17. 17. Implications for Suppliers in Auto 2.0 17 Auto suppliers will need to transform into software companies Shift from systems integrator to IP creator ► Technology cycles compressing rapidly ► Focus on core areas of technology ► Develop differentiated IP in focus areas Transform into software technology company ► Cultural mindset change across the whole organization ► Changes required for business and engineering processes ► Core set of software platforms instead of point solutions Develop software talent globally ► Compete with industry and other tech companies for talent ► Build global footprint to tap into worldwide talent pool ► Develop strategic partnerships with like-minded software services companies
  18. 18. Instrument clusters Head-up displays Infotainment Displays Self-drivingConnectivityCockpit computer Complete Product Portfolio Visteon Product and Technology Strategy 18 Software platforms enable broadest product portfolio in automotive electronics Core Technology Platforms
  19. 19. In Conclusion… 19 Auto industry is going through a significant transformation with multiple, simultaneous trends Products and technologies are evolving from primarily electro-mechanical to software which is disruptive for traditional auto suppliers Significant growth opportunities for suppliers that can make the transition successfully to software-oriented business The trends of autonomous driving and connected car are driving faster-than- market growth of driver info and safety electronics
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  21. 21. Actuators Sensors Future E/E architecture: multi-domain centralized computing units Visteon Vision - Future E/E Architecture Ethernet Cockpit Computer ADAS Computer Gateway 22 Smart Antenna
  22. 22. DriveCore™: Visteon’s Autonomous Driving Platform Failsafe, scalable & modular computing Software middleware abstracts HW/Sensors for algorithms PC-based dev toolchain for 3rd party algorithm & app development From Level 2+ to Level 4 Patented advanced thermal management 23 Perception ActuationPath Planning CNN algorithms RL algorithms Runtime Compute Camera, radar, Lidar, ultrasonic In Vehicle System Level 3 Level 4 Level 2 Development Tool Chain Studio Scalable Computing Unit Studio
  23. 23. Improving Road Safety Through Technology 24 Electronic safety systems using radar and camera sensors reduces crashes • Vehicle crash deaths have reduced significantly in past 40 years but still long way to go • ADAS technology promises to reduce crashes significantly • Forward collision detection with auto braking shows maximum promise Data Source: IIHS HLDI October 2017 Data Source: IIHS HLDI October 2017 Percent Change in Crash Type for ADASVehicle Crash Fatalities 1975-2016

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