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Global Lane Departure Warning System Trends Industry

NEW YORK, March 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Global Lane Departure Warning System Trends Industry
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Lane Departure Warning Systems or LDWS, a type of crash-avoidance technology solution, are special electronic systems designed primarily to monitor and ensure a vehicle's position within its specified lane; and avert high speed, fatal accidents on freeways or highways. LDWS are specially designed to increase road safety by preventing run-off-road crashes or head-on collisions. Lane departure incidents are among the leading causes of fatalities on busy highways and motorways.

The report analyzes and presents an overview of LDWS market worldwide. Supported with 2 market data tables, the report provides global market estimates and projections for Lane Departure Warning Systems in euros and units for years 2012 through 2017, for key regions including European Union, USA, Japan, China, and Rest of the World. The report also provides a review of market trends, growth drivers, and strategic industry activities of major companies worldwide. The report further discusses about various types of LDWS including Sensor Types, and Vision-based Types. In addition, 33 companies operating in the LDWS arena worldwide including Altek Corp., Autoliv Inc., Automobiles Citroen SA, Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC, Chrysler Group LLC, DENSO Corp., Fiat SpA, General Motors Co., and others are profiled.



1. LANE DEPARTURE WARNING SYSTEMS (LDWS) - AN OVERVIEW 1
Leading Vehicle Technologies - An Introduction 1
Lane Departure Warning Systems (LDWS) 1
Driver Alert Warning System (DAWS) 1
Parking Proximity Warning Systems (PPWS) and Backup Cameras 1
Brake Assist 1
Active Cruise Control (ACC) 1
Blind Spot Warning Systems 2
Stop-Start 2
Weight Reduction 2
Major Categories of Lane Departure Systems 2
LDWS 2
Lane-Keeping Systems or LKS 3
LDWS - An Overview 3
Techniques Used 3
Types of LDWS 4
Sensor Types 4
Vision-based Types 4
Manufacturer-Specific Common Variants 4
Advantages of LDWS 5


2. MARKET TRENDS 6
Global LDWS Market to Witness Growth 6
Table 1: Global Lane Departure Warning Systems (LDWS) Market
for Light Vehicles by Region/Country (2012-2017) in Million
Euros for EU, USA, Japan, China, and Rest of the World 7

Table 2: Global Lane Departure Warning Systems (LDWS) Market
for Light Vehicles by Region/Country (2012-2017) in Million
Units for EU, USA, Japan, China, and Rest of the World 8


3. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY 9
Mobileye Vision Technologies Offers New Technologies 9
Hyundai and Broadcom Ink Joint Development Agreement 9
Meritor WABCO Vehicle Control Systems Enters into Alliance
with TK Holdings 9
Meritor WABCO Vehicle Control Systems Introduces LDW, Air
Suspension and Stability Control Systems 10
OmniVision Technologies Commences Supply of CMOS CameraChip™
Solution to Major Automotive Equipment Supplier 10
OmniVision Technologies Unveils OV9715 CMOS Image Sensor 11
Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems Acquires Certain Assets of
Iteris 11
PeopleNet Extends Lane Departure Warning Integration Network 11
TRW Automotive Holdings Secures Contract to Deliver Video
Camera Sensor 12
DAF Trucks Extends Contract with Iteris 12
MAN Nutzfahrzeuge Extends Contract with Iteris 13
Meritor WABCO Vehicle Control Systems and Iteris Enter into
Strategic Partnership 13
Scania Extends Contract with Iteris 13
Valeo Secures Supply Contract with New OEM 14


4. MARKET PARTICIPANTS 15
Altek Corporation (Taiwan) 15
Autoliv, Inc. (Sweden) 15
Automobiles Citroen SA (Malaysia) 15
Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC (USA) 15
Bosch Automotive Technology (Germany) 15
Chrysler Group LLC (USA) 16
Continental AG (Germany) 16
Delphi Automotive LLP (UK) 16
DENSO Corporation (Japan) 16
Fiat SpA (Italy) 17
Ford Motor Company (USA) 17
Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. (Japan) 17
General Motors Company (USA) 17
HELLA KGaA Hueck & Company (Germany) 17
Hyundai Motor America (USA) 18
Infiniti (USA) 18
Kia Motors Corporation (South Korea) 18
MAN Truck & Bus AG (Germany) 18
Mazda Motor Corporation (Japan) 18
Meritor WABCO (USA) 19
Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. (USA) 19
Mobileye NV (The Netherlands) 19
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. (Japan) 19
PSA Peugeot Citroën Group (France) 20
Renault SA (France) 20
Robert Bosch GmbH (Germany) 20
Takata Corporation (Japan) 20
Tata Ltd. (UK) 21
TRW Automotive Holdings Corporation (USA) 21
Valeo SA (France) 21
Vauxhall Motors (UK) 22
Volvo Trucks (Sweden) 22
Walbro Engine Management LLC (USA) 22

5. APPENDIX 23

 


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