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Automotive leading the way in AI

Automotive leading the way in AI
In 2018, only robotic vehicles could claim to possess in-car AI. The associated computing market, driven by computers equivalent to what is found in datacenters and associated with rather low volumes, brought the computing market to $156m in 2018. Over the next ten years, with the development of robo-taxis and shuttles, this market will remain the main revenue generator for AI in automotive.
13th March 2019

Automotive industry driving SiC power device ramp-up

 Automotive industry driving SiC power device ramp-up
On November 12th, it was announced by Infineon it will acquire Siltectra. Infineon is a well-known semiconductor player and according to Yole Développement (Yole), it is the current leading power electronic device company. But Siltectra is much less well known. Here, Yole explains this acquisition.
5th December 2018

SSL technology integration is transforming automotive lighting

SSL technology integration is transforming automotive lighting
Whereas SSL technologies represented 57% of automotive lighting value in 2017, this share is likely to reach an impressive 85% by 2023. According to the market research and strategy consulting company, Yole, the automotive lighting market totalled $27.4bn in 2017 and is expected to reach $37.3bn in 2023 at a 5.3% CAGR during this period. 
5th December 2018


Latest innovations driven by EV technologies

Latest innovations driven by EV technologies
Technical innovations in power module packaging are mainly driven by the challenging system requirements of the booming EV/HEV industry and the entrance of WBG materials. The companies Yole Développement (Yole) and System Plus consulting, both part of Yole Group of Companies, have proposed, two dedicated analysis'.
7th September 2018

Robotic vehicles: industrial sensors are the early winners

Robotic vehicles: industrial sensors are the early winners
"Sensors for robotic vehicles will become industries of their own," announced Yole Développement, the market research and strategy consulting company in its new analysis named Sensors for Robotic Vehicles. Growth rates are expected to be impressive. In 2017 production of robotic vehicles was in the range of a few hundred worldwide. Yole is expecting production volumes to reach 3.1 million units annually, with cumulative production of 10.5 million units, by 2032.
23rd February 2018

How will radar sensor technology shape the cars of the future?

How will radar sensor technology shape the cars of the future?
  In its latest technology and market report, Radar technologies for automotive 2018, Yole Développement (Yole) made the following comment: “Driven by emerging applications in ADAS and well positioned for autonomous cars, radar technology is evolving very fast.” According to Yole’s RF Electronics team, the radar chip market is showing a 22.9% CAGR in value between 2016 and 2022.
2nd January 2018

Automotive magnetic sensor industry to be worth $2.5bn by 2022

Automotive magnetic sensor industry to be worth $2.5bn by 2022
The magnetic sensor market should reach almost $2.5bn in 2022, following seven percent CAGR between 2016 and 2022. Driven by the automotive applications and the introduction of the magnetoresistive technologies, the market is showing steady growth. According to Yole Développement (Yole), future mergers and acquisitions are expected to allow companies to ensure their market positioning and penetrate new market segments.
14th November 2017

The future of the automotive industry

The future of the automotive industry
The automotive electronics industry has been undergoing a massive transformation for years. Autonomous driving and electrification are driving this revolution. Which is why this industry is showing impressive technologies that answer market needs in term of comfort, safety and power management. Inertial and chemical sensors hubs, as well as imaging and magnetic sensors hubs, are all part of the automotive electronics landscape.
25th October 2017

Illuminating the automotive lighting industry

Illuminating the automotive lighting industry
According to Yole Développement (Yole), the automotive lighting market totalled $25.7bn in 2016 and is expected to reach $35.9bn in 2022, with a 5.7% CAGR between 2016 and 2022. In 2017, Yole estimates that the market should be close to $27.7bn. This growth is driven by natural LED cost erosion, increasing the LED penetration rate. Standardisation of LED modules and their optimisation are key factors behind decreasing costs. This has resulted in more vehicles equipped with LED technology.
9th October 2017

Sensing changes in the automotive sensor market

Sensing changes in the automotive sensor market
The automotive market has witnessed many unexpected developments over the past two years, despite its age and maturity. As has always been the case, safety drives the market. Automotive OEMs and suppliers are now investing in technologies to develop autonomous and electric vehicles. Automation will spur the development of imaging and detection sensors like cameras, LiDAR, and radar, while electrification will boost the design of current and thermal sensors for battery management.
30th August 2017

It’s all about the image – the tech that’s transforming the automotive industry

New research from Yole Développement (Yole) has indicated that imaging technology is playing an increasing integral role within the automotive sector, contributing to an estimated 20% CAGR (compound annual growth rate), between 2015 and 2021.
15th November 2016

IR imaging industry continues to grow

Initially focused on military applications, the uncooled IR cameras market has grown significantly into new market segments during the last ten years. Yole Développement’s analysts have identified three main applications – thermography, automotive and surveillance & security – that could reach 1.5mn units by 2021.
23rd September 2016

Technologies for automotive lighting: a deep mutation

After a slow increase of revenue from 2015 to 2018 due to LED cost erosion, Yole Développement’s analysts forecast a market recovery with a 23.7% CAGR between 2015 and 2021. This trends is explained by the wider adoption of advanced front lighting systems and the slow adoption of emerging light sources such as laser and OLED.
8th July 2016

How are electrification, autonomous driving and lighting transforming the automotive industry?

More than Moore technologies and devices (sensors, power modules, LED and laser), all key enablers for car electrification, are spurring the trend towards more autonomous driving - but how will these changes happen and how will they impact the supply chain, the share of value amongst players and semiconductor industry growth?
10th June 2016

Disruptive tech and behaviour changes are driving automotive lighting

A recently published report from Yole Développement, titled, ‘Automotive Lighting: Technology, Industry and Market trends’, has shown that automotive lighting industry growth is driven by the introduction of disruptive technologies and consumer behaviour changes.
20th May 2016

Sensor technologies are mature for autonomous driving application

Sensor technologies are mature for autonomous driving application
Autonomous driving is arguably the most exciting development in the industry today. Indeed, according to the latest analysis from Yole Développement (Yole), entitled Sensors and Data Management for Autonomous Vehicles report 2015 (October 2015 edition), the automotive market segment is the next target of the consumer electronic players.
29th January 2016

SiC technology adoption pushed towards the EV/HEV industry

After several years of delays and questioning, SiC (Silicon Carbide) technology confirms its added-value, compared to existing silicon technologies. In its latest report, GaN and SiC Devices for Power Electronics Applications (July 2015 edition), Yole Développement announces  the penetration of SiC, from low to high voltage (600 to 3,300V), in the following market segments: PFC, PV, diodes with EV/HEV, wind, UPS and motor drives. Under this new technology and market analysis, Yole’s analysts point out the emergence of SiC dynamic, especially within the EV/HEV market: SiC technology becomes a reality.
17th September 2015

Vehicle electrification is promising for IGBTs

According to the IGBT Technology & Market Trends report from Yole Développement, the market will be multiplied by 1.8 between 2014 and 2020, reaching $ 6.2bn in 2020. When first commercialised 30 years ago, IGBT devices had a voltage breakdown around 1,100V. Since then, power range has broadened to 400-6,500V, allowing IGBTs to be a part of all power electronics applications. IGBT market growth will not stop there; vehicle electrification ensures a promising future for IGBT devices, says Yole.
11th August 2015

EV/HEV market to kickstart battery proliferation

EV/HEV market to kickstart battery proliferation
Yole Développement has released a technology & market analysis, entitled Energy Management for Smart Grid, Cities and Building: Opportunities for Battery Electricity Storage Solutions, confirming the impact of EVs/HEVs on the development and deployment of stationary battery electricity storage systems. Tesla's recently-announced battery storage solution, Powerwall, confirms the trends towards massive deployment of distributed stationary storage systems.
5th June 2015

How are HEVs & EVs shaping the power electronics industry?

Yole Developpement has announced its power electronics market briefing, titled How are hybrid and electric going to reshape the overall power electronics industry?, which will take place on the 20th of May at PCIM Europe 2015.
22nd April 2015


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