Chipmakers Future in Automotive Market Analysis and Forecasts in 2016 Report

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The CES 2016 finds that ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) and autonomous driving were two major areas of focus. Qualcomm has showed its ambition to move into automotive realm with Snapdragon 820A/Snapdragon 820Am automotive processors. Meanwhile, V2V (Vehicle to Vehicle), V2I (Vehicle to Infrastructure) and V2X (Vehicle to Vehicle/Infrastructure/Pedestrian) are implemented to enhance control features in cars. This report provides an overview of what major chipmakers Qualcomm and Nvidia presented at the exhibition and examines what they have in mind for the future automotive market.

List of Topics

Development of automotive electronics from the perspective of key hardware, including autonomous car and ADAS, as observed at CES 2016. Projected development of automotive electronics from the perspective of chipmakers, such as Qualcomm and Nvidia, touching on their plans for the lucrative automotive market.

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Companies covered

Apple, Audi, Nvidia, Qualcomm, Volvo

Next Bonanza? Chipmakers' Future in the Automotive Market

Table of Contents

1. Advances in Automotive at CES 2016
1.1. Qualcomm Unveils Snapdragon Family for Cars
1.2 Nvidia Eyes Automotive Cars with Super Computer

2. Perspective
2.1 Chipmakers Look to Car Control Features Instead of Infotainment System
2.2 Autonomous Cars to Shorten Response Time with Self-learning Ability


List of Figures

Figure 1: Qualcomm' CPUs for Automotive
Figure 2: Three Core Capabilities of Nvidia in Auto Driving

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