Engine management System Analysis

Engine Management System Analysis

Publish Date : April, 2016
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The Automotive engine management system is perhaps one of the most crucial components of an automotive industry, as this sets the tone for the vehicle.

The Automotive engine management system Analysis is Exclusive technical Analysisof Global Automotive Industry. Technology and Emission norms are going to play most important role in Engine managment system. With growing pollution levels and customers’ increased awareness of efficient emission systems, the inclination of automotive industries towards increasing fuel economy and reducing emissions can be explained. This helps to keep the NOx and CO combustion levels in control. The major idea behind the engine management systems is to ensure that precise amounts of fuel is being combusted in accordance with the aerial signals emanating from the ECU (engine control unit) across multitude of sensors fixed on the vehicle. These systems provide an excellent method of reducing fuel emissions and escalating fuel efficiency in vehicular systems.

Like humans, these engine systems too have evolved from a basic need for efficient fuel combustion system and reduced emissions to that of advanced systems, light years ahead of its time. The customers’ inclination towards the use of more environment friendly vehicles is commendable and the industry is working towards making that ‘green’ dream a reality. The government and the institutions governing the same have also worked towards this goal by enforcing more stringent laws and norms to ensure heightened performance, but not at the cost of the world choking on its own fuel emissions. Meeting these stringent norms could not have been easier with the recent electrification of vehicles, attributing to fuel economy and fuel emissions. The engine management system dictates the performance of the vehicle, and hence fuel emissions and hence, these systems play a significant role in the same. The global limits need to be met, and all possible measures are being undertaken by the automotive engine management systems. Where there is extreme good, there sometimes is a minor bad. To balance out fuel emissions and efficiency, industries and customers alike are bombarded with slightly higher costs. Optimizing engine performance to meet the fuel combustion burns a hole in the pocket, but this is a necessity now, more than before. The Automotive engine management systems however have taken massive strides in this area and have emerged successful more than ever.

The Automotive engine management system alone has attained a notable CAGR of 8.09%, which leaves us to base an estimate of $197 billion by the year 2019. As always Asian markets are predicted to see the highest growth, financially and volume-wise. This can be attributed to the more stringent emission norms in these areas as compared to others and increase in per capita income. The Asia region currently holds the largest market share standing at a stunning in the year 2015.  The fastest growth however was recorded by the North America region due to more advanced technological systems in place there, owing to a market share of nearly 22.4%. Saudi Arabia, UAE, Brazil and South Africa also major markets.North America is closely followed by Europe and RoW regions with shares of 21.1% and 7.3% respectively. The Corporate Average Fuel Economy(CAFE) standards dictate the fuel economy will be set at 54 miles per gallon by the year 2025. China V standards are already being implemented on light duty vehicles in Beijing and Shanghai. This is expected to be followed by the entire nation by the Jan of 2018.

In the global market, the CAGR is expected to show figures of 8.09% by 2019.

The pioneers of the automotive engine management system still are the U.S, China, Germany, Japan and Brazil. Developing countries such as India and South Korea are expected to come up in growth rate by 2019. The key players of the global market are Robert Bosch GmbH (Germany), Continental AG (Germany), Denso Corporation (Japan), Delphi Automotive plc (U.K.), and Hitachi Ltd. (Japan). The other key automotive engine management system manufacturers include Sanken Electric Co., Ltd (Japan), Sensata Technologies (The Netherlands), Hella KGaA Hueck & Co. (Germany), Infineon Technologies AG (Germany), and NGK Spark Plug Co., Ltd (Japan).

The above report gives a detailed qualitative and quantitative insight into automotive engine management systems. It highlights potential growth, as well as downfalls. It analyses the landscape of the market and cleverly balances it with the market dynamics and other key challenges and indicators. The key market players in addition to having been identified have also been profiled and thoroughly identified.

 

1. Introduction
• Market frame
• Regions covered – Asia Pacific| North America| Europe and rest of the world
• Stakeholders

2. Research Methodology
3. Technology Overview
• Current scenario
• Opportunities
• Challenges
• Risk
• Research & Development cost
• Global alliances for technology
• Strategy Analysis

4. Regions
• Market development
• By Vehicle type and key issues
• Major countries
• Key players
• Component analysis

5. Market Analysis
• By Region
• By Engine Type
• By Vehicle Type
• By Engine Manufacturer
• Market Dynamics
• Key Drivers
• Engine Architecture
• Strategy Analysis of OEMs and suppliers

6. Industry Analysis
• Technical
• Commercial
• Competitive Analysis
• Entry Strategy of new players
• Negotiation practice
• Buyers
• Suppliers
• Porters and Pestal analysis

7. Vehicle category:
• Car
• Light Commercial vehicle (LCVs)
• Heavy Commercial vehicle (HCVs)

8. Competitive Analysis
• Product Strategy
• Market share
• Trend Analysis
• Product USP

9. Engine Type:
• Diesel
• Gasoline
• Hybrid
• Semi-Autonomous and Autonomous vehicles

10. Key players company profiles
• Company Overview
• Product Portfolio Analysis
• Strategy Analysis
• Latest Developments
• Continental
• BoscH
• Sanken
• Hella
• NGK
• Infineon
• Denso
• Hitachi
• Delphi

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