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  • [New] A third of new cars now sell with ADAS features in major markets such as mainland China, Europe, Japan and the US, but it will be several years before they are installed in half of all cars on the world's roads. IoT Now Transport
  • [New] Highest price of ADA in 2024 is expected to be 11.3 USD. Crypto Bulls Club
  • NI will show simulations optimized for Velodyne's lidar sensors that can be used in developing and testing advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicle (AV) capabilities. LiDAR News
  • As part of the long-term agreement, Mobileye will work with Zeekr to create advanced ADAS systems with increasingly sophisticated capabilities for a variety of Zeekr models. IoT Now Transport
  • The ADAS market is forecast to grow from $13 billion last year to $46 billion by 2030 as more auto makers layer on autonomous driving features in their vehicles, such as hands-free parking, speed and steering controls and so on. Tech Xplore
  • In the next couple of years, the upgraded in-cabin experience and advanced driver-assistance (ADAS) systems will be widely used, although a pause in the transition to completely autonomous vehicles is expected. Bisinfotech
  • In Europe, the EU has decreed that all new models of cars, vans, trucks and buses must be fitted with at least fifteen modern safety features from 2022 onwards. Arm Limited
  • Ansys VRXPERIENCE supports faster development and deployment of ADAS solutions using Velodyne's lidar by providing a fully immersive environment to test and improve hazard identification capabilities. News
  • The HUD market is predicted to flourish as more cars are being equipped with ADAS and drivers are demanding graphically rich data, visual alerts and greater levels of connectivity. Just Auto
  • To support the future of smarter and connected cars on the road, multi-gig Ethernet PHYs will enable high speed data transfer that is essential to powering advanced ADAS features in the vehicle. Auto Connected Car News
  • NHTSA plans to update NCAP by adding four advanced driver-assistance system (ADAS) capabilities to keep pace with evolving safety technologies and providing much-needed information to consumers. Electronic Design
  • Artificial Intelligence based on images from cameras for automotive will generate a total volume of 67M (unit) chips for computing hardware in 2025 for ADAS vehicles only.
  • Roland Berger, a consultancy, expects advanced automation features to be common for nearly every new vehicle sold in the developed world within four years. The Financial Times
  • ADS and ADAS will be under much tighter crash data reporting requirements than the current standard quarterly reporting requirements for NHTSA as well as the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, which also expects crash data involving trucks to be submitted by states on a quarterly basis. FreightWaves
  • As for radar, HD radars will mostly be used for L3 and higher autonomy levels, at least until their price point drops enough to be integrated in L2 + ADAS systems, which is not expected before 2028. Evaluation Engineering
  • IVECO is already working on ADAS (Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems) together with selected companies and the cooperation with Plus will further accelerate the development of the highest levels of automation of heavy trucks. Automotive World
  • By 2025, Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS) will be a common feature of nearly every new vehicle sold in the developed world. Roland Berger
  • We expect ADAS volume to recover from the effects of COVID-19 faster than overall global vehicle production, and we expect long-term growth of ADAS to remain unaffected as consumers increasingly consider ADAS a differentiating factor in their automotive purchasing decisions. Intel Corporation
  • PARTS II expands participation in the PARTS program to include almost 70% of the U.S. automobile market and will collect data on additional advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) such as Adaptive Cruise Control and Lane Keep Assist. U.S. Department of Transportation
  • Features including sign recognition, emergency braking and adaptive cruise control are going to be key areas of enhancement for ADAS and autonomous driving for the next 5 years. Dgtl Infra

Last updated: 19 September 2021