DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/gpwzqn/automotive) has announced the addition of the "Automotive Mirrors & Cameras Report 2013" report to their offering.
As ADAS systems have increased in terms of their capabilities, the markets served by mirrors and cameras have begun to converge more and more. Traditional, simple mirrors are a thing of the past. Drivers no longer only look in their rear-view mirror to see cars approaching from behind; mirrors, especially interior mirrors, are frequently used as information display screens, with the information they display having been captured by a number of miniature cameras located around the car.
There is no doubt that consumers like the convenience and help which a rear-view camera and its associated display screen provides. However, the major force behind integrating camera technology into cars, and specifically integrating their output's display into mirrors (or linking this to a dedicated display screen), has been OEMs wanting to stay ahead of impending legislation which will make this kind of technology mandatory.
About this report
This report provides detailed analysis of the automotive mirrors and cameras sector including legislative factors, supplier analysis and the latest technical trends.
The report provides detailed case studies examining the cameras in use by nine major OEMs along with the latest technology be offered by suppliers. The report is further backed up with detailed profiles and analysis of the key suppliers active within this sector.
Key Topics Covered:
Cameras in use - A selection of case studies
- Land Rover
- Mobileye - a key tier two with leading camera technology.
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