Over 35 million In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) Systems Expected to Ship in 2015Tuesday, March 1st, 2011
In an effort to recover from the 2008-2009 downturn in the automotive industry, automakers are starting to capitalize on consumers’ demand for the same dynamic multimedia experience in the car that they are accustomed to in the home; that is, automakers have begun to integrate in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems into a wider range of automobiles in order to reenergize new vehicle sales. As a result, new In-Stat research forecasts that over 35 million in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems are expected to ship in 2015.
“In order to compete, the automotive industry must now keep pace with the innovation and scalability found in the consumer electronics industry,” says Stephanie Ethier, Senior Analyst. “Along with a rich multimedia experience, today’s drivers and passengers are also demanding constant connectivity in the car. The majority of automakers are embracing this demand for connectivity and forming strategic partnerships with technology and software companies to offer solutions that will enable consumers to access digital content in and out of the automobile via both wired and wireless options.”
Recent research findings include:
- Due to the wide consumer acceptance of smartphone apps, the smartphone will be the preliminary source of in-vehicle infotainment and connectivity.
- The semiconductor TAM for IVI system suppliers will grow nearly 110% between 2010 through 2015, with the largest opportunity residing with those companies supplying applications processors, Wi-Fi/Bluetooth/GPS/FM combo chips and SDRAM.
- The BOM of a typical IVI system will be US$75.78 in 2015.
New In-Stat research, In-Vehicle Infotainment Systems Must Offer a Connected Multimedia Experience (#IN1104761ID), provides an overview of the major IVI systems incorporated into automobiles today as well as market size forecasts for the overall automobile industry, and the automobile market that incorporates IVI systems. A discussion on market drivers and challenges IVI suppliers and manufacturers will face is included along with:
A summary of the different IVI systems by auto manufacturer including:
- Audi’s Multi Media Interface, BMW’s iDrive, Ford’s SYNC, Kia’s UVO, Nissan’s Leaf connected by AT&T, and Toyota’s Entune
- An overview of some of the leading silicon suppliers including: Broadcom Corporation, Freescale Semiconductor, Intel Corporation, Marvell, Nvidia, and STMicroelectronics
- A review of connectivity options including: secure digital (SD) cards, universal serial bus (USB), Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and mobile broadband
For a free sample of the report and more information, contact Elaine Potter, email@example.com; (480) 483-4441.