Global X-By-Wire Systems Markets, 2022 - The Foundation for Driverless Cars

DUBLIN, October 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

The "X-By-Wire Systems - Global Strategic Business Report" report has been added to Research and Markets' offering.

The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2015 through 2022. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research.

This report analyzes the worldwide markets for X-By-Wire Systems in Thousand Units. The Global Market is further analyzed by the following System Types:

    --  Throttle-by-Wire Systems
    --  Shift-by-Wire Systems
    --  Other by-Wire Systems

The report profiles 29 companies including many key and niche players such as:

    --  Continental AG
    --  CTS Corporation
    --  Curtiss-Wright Corporation
    --  LORD Corporation
    --  Mobil Elektronik GmbH
    --  Orscheln Products LLC
    --  Robert Bosch GmbH
    --  SKF Group
    --  TORC Robotics, Inc.
    --  ZF Friedrichshafen AG

Key Topics Covered:

Automobile "Electronification: The Cornerstone for Growth of X-By Wire Systems
X By Wire: Market Review
Market Outlook

Focus on Lightweighting Fuels the X By Wire Trend
Focus on Vehicle Stability Control Fuels Engineering Interest in X by Wire
X by Wire: The Foundation for Driverless Cars
Design Flexibility Spurs Interest in X by Wire Systems
Trend Towards Auto Transmission Benefits Shift by Wire Transmission Systems
Drive-by-Wire: Primped As the Technology of the Future
Electronic Throttle Control: The Most Widely Used X-by-Wire System
Surging Interest in E-Mobility Paves the Way for X-by-Wire Systems
Component Manufacturers' Focus On X By Wire Research to Benefit Market Growth
ZF Friedrichshafen AG Remains Committed to Innovation in Auto Electronics
Continental to Develop Electronic Brake System
Robert Bosch Develops iBooster & eClutch
Siemens Focuses on Developing BbW & SbW Systems
Stable Automobile Production to Benefit Market Growth
Expanding Middle Class Population in Developing Countries Fuels Growth
Off-Highway Vehicles: A Major End-Use Sector for X-By-Wire Systems
Stringent Regulations Governing Dependability of Automotive Systems Dampen Market Growth
Rise in Vehicle Recalls Due to Failure of X-by-Wire Systems Aggravates Safety Concerns
Automotive Fiber Optics & Fault Tolerant Electronics & Communication: The Answer to Reliability Issues in X by Wire Systems
42Volt Bus: The Solution for High Power Requirements in Automobiles

An Introduction to X-By-Wire Systems
Factors Driving Development of X-by-Wire Systems
X-by-Wire Systems Vs Mechanical Systems
Flexible Placement of Steering Unit
Easy Upgradation
Improved Control
Lower Weight
Quick and Simple Tuning
Eliminating Mechanical Hysteresis
Simple Integration with Electronic Systems
Better Failure Diagnosis
Lesser Constraints for Manufacturers
Communication System
Time-Triggered Communication
Fault Tolerant Unit (FTU)
Relevance of Fault Tolerant Architecture
Advantages of X-by-Wire Systems
Limitations of X-by-Wire Systems
Safety Concerns
Sensitivity Issues
Real-Time Constraints
Reliability Constraints
High Power Requirements
Regulations & Legislation
Types of X-by-Wire Systems
Throttle-by-Wire Systems
Shift-by-Wire Systems
Other by-Wire Systems
Drive-by-Wire/Electro-Hydraulic Steering Assist Systems
Steering Systems
Power Steering
Electrical Assist Steering
Steer-by-Wire Systems
Advantages of Steer-by-Wire Systems
Structure of Steer-By-Wire Systems
Steer-By-Wire System with Hydraulic Backup
Purely Electrical Steer-by-Wire System
Electronic Steering Systems in Industrial Utility Vehicles Market
Regulatory and Legal Environment for Steer-by-Wire Systems
The Steer-by-Wire Working Group
Directives Governing Steer-by-Wire Systems
An Insight
Passenger and Goods Carrying Motor Vehicles
Agricultural or Forestry Tractors
Mobile Machinery
Brake-by-Wire Systems
The Need for Electronic Braking Systems
Working of Brake-by-Wire Systems
Levels of Brake-by-Wire Systems
Electric Hydraulic Braking (EHB)
Working of the Electro-Hydraulic Brake
Electric Mechanical Braking (EMB)
Working of the Electro Mechanical Brake
Challenges Facing Adoption of Brake-by-Wire Technology

Thyssenkrupp to Exhibit Steer-By-Wire Concept Vehicle
ZF Unveils Clutch-by-Wire
Orscheln Industries Offers Electronic Shift-By-Wire Systems
Infiniti Introduces Infiniti Q50 with Steer-by-Wire System
Raymarine Unveils Drive-by-Wire Steering Interface for Boat Builders

ZF Takes over TRW Automotive
Renault Opts for Shift-by-Wire Gearshift Designed by Ficosa in its Espace
NASA Incorporates Fly-By-Wire Driving System in its MRV



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