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The Advanced Automotive Lighting and Vision Systems Report

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最先端の自動車照明システム The Advanced Automotive Lighting and Vision Systems Report
出版日: 2014年09月09日 ページ情報: 英文 310 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、世界における自動車用照明システムの技術および市場の最新動向について調査し、省エネ化や安全性などの背景的事情、LED(発光ダイオード)の普及や有機ELの導入などの全般的技術動向、外装用・内装用の各製品市場の動向、サプライヤー・メーカー情報などを盛り込んでお届けします。

イントロダクション

  • 主な促進要因
  • 規制
  • 安全性
  • 設計の自由度
  • 車両効率

照明技術

  • 光源
    • ハロゲン
    • キセノン高輝度放電(HID)システム
    • HIDとLEDの複合
    • LED技術
    • 有機LED(OLED)
    • レーザー技術
  • 光学技術
    • レンズ光学技術
    • 反射鏡の光学技術
    • 投光器の光学技術
    • 分散型照明システム

用途:外装

  • ヘッドランプ
    • 昼間点灯(DRL)
  • ポジションランプ
    • フロントポジションランプ
    • リアポジションランプ
    • フォッグランプ
    • サイドマーカーランプ(側方灯)
    • 方向指示灯
    • リバーシングランプ
    • リアコンビネーションランプ
    • ハイマウントブレーキランプ(CHMBL)
    • ナンバープレート用ランプ

用途:内装

  • 最新照明設計
    • 乗車・降車用照明
    • 計器パネル・スイッチ用照明
    • 環境光照明(アンビエント・ライティング)
    • ヘッドアップ・ディスプレイ

最新式照明・視覚システム

  • 機械的カーブアダプティブ照明(CAL)

自動車用視覚システム

  • プログレッシブ式ブレーキランプ警告システム(PBLWS)
  • 視界強化システム(VES)

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目次

Automotive lighting has moved a long way from simple incandescent and gas discharge based light sources in the search for solid-state technology in the form of light emitting diodes (LEDs) and organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) and laser technology, and much of this progress can be attributed to the pace of scientific innovation in materials technology.

With current LED performance nearing or surpassing that of most traditional light sources, LEDs are now addressing most lighting applications (indoors, outdoors, transportation vehicles and so on). For instance the price of LEDs has come down rapidly over the past three to five years, and this trend is expected to continue over the next couple of years until LED lights reach a true mass adoption cost. Essential research into better materials is crucial for reaching this price goal, but beyond that, advances in materials will also broaden LED consumption through improved performance.

The report looks at the competing light-source technologies for automotive applications, including Halogen, HID/ Xenon, Combined HID and LED, LED technology, Organic LED (OLED) and Laser technology, and the potential uses for each. It also examines the design flexibility and power savings that LEDs give designers, as well as the differing optics technology and strict regulations that shape the automotive lighting sector.

Our report also runs through the specific uses for lighting in vehicles, looking at both exterior and interior applications and the unique set of challenges presented by each. From crucial headlight and position exterior lighting and the legislature surrounding them, to modern designs for instrument panel and ambient lighting, and even the emerging Heads-up display (HUD) sector.

The report then looks at how lighting technologies are increasingly being combined with vision systems to create complete modules. Many of these represent not only useful driver aids or active safety enhancement systems, but also important components of autonomous vehicles. Today these systems are to be found not only in luxury or high specification vehicles, but also in some mid-range vehicles as OEMs seek additional methods to differentiate their product and suppliers look for the economies of scale benefits that make such resource-hungry research and development worthwhile.

Table of Contents

Introduction

  • Key drivers
  • Regulation
    • US regulation
  • Driving safety
  • Design flexibility
  • Vehicle efficiency

Lighting technology

  • Light sources
    • Halogen
    • HID/ Xenon
    • Combined HID and LED
    • LED technology
    • Organic LED (OLED)
    • Laser technology
  • Optics technology
    • Lens optics
    • Reflector optics
    • Projector optics
    • Distributed Lighting Systems

Applications: Exterior

  • Headlights
    • Daytime running lights (DRL)
  • Position lights
    • Front position lights
    • Rear position lights
    • Fog lights
    • Side-marker lights
    • Turn signal lights
    • Reversing lights
    • Rear combination lights
    • Centre high-mounted brake light
    • Licence plate lights

Applications: Interior

  • Modern light design
    • Ingress/egress lighting
    • Instrument panel and switch lighting
    • Ambient lighting
    • Head-up display

Advanced lighting and vision systems

  • Mechanical Curve Adaptive Lighting (CAL)

Automotive vision systems

  • Progressive brake light warning system (PBLWS)
  • Vision Enhancement Systems (VES)

List of Figures:

  • Figure 1: Hella ambient lighting in the new BMW X5
  • Figure 2: Percentage of fatalities by hour of day and mode of transport in EU21 countries, 2010
  • Figure 3: Mercedes-Benz Foresight lighting function combining camera information with headlight direction control
  • Figure 4: Mercedes-Benz 2014 C-Class front light cluster
  • Figure 5: Audi LED Laser lighting technology
  • Figure 6: Audi Matrix LED with adjustment to avoid dazzling oncoming vehicles
  • Figure 7: Average new car tested fuel economy by country/ region 1990-2011
  • Figure 8: Xenon headlights - Porsche Macan
  • Figure 9: Citroen's DS9 concept features a full LED system from Valeo
  • Figure 10: Osram's Oslon Compact LED in yellow targeted at light guide solutions such as turn indicators
  • Figure 11: Osram's Olson Black Flat LED
  • Figure 12: Osram's award winning ThinGaN LED
  • Figure 13: Osram's prototype OLED module
  • Figure 14: Audi R18 race car AMOLED rear view display
  • Figure 15: Toyota's Fun-VII concept car
  • Figure 16: Ford's S-Max concept van with OLED headlights
  • Figure 17: BMW Laserlight for BMW i8
  • Figure 18: Audi R18 e-tron quattro Le Mans Matrix Beam LED Laser Headlights
  • Figure 19: Hella LED headlamp prototype with optics
  • Figure 20: Audi LED Daytime Running Light
  • Figure 21: Lighting applications for LEDs
  • Figure 22: Light piping highlights a floating island bezel in the 2013 Dodge Dart
  • Figure 23: Hella's swivelling light module
  • Figure 24: Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupé, Driver Assistance systems, Night View Assist Plus
  • Figure 25: Night View Assist Plus utilises infrared technology to improve the range of vision in situations in which the high beams cannot be used
  • Figure 26: Adaptive Highbeam Assist adjusts the headlamp range based on the distance to other vehicles
  • Figure 27: Mercedes Benz's adaptive high beam assist with Multibeam LED
  • Figure 28: Multibeam LED headlights
  • Figure 29: With (RHS) and without (LHS) Mercedes Benz's roundabout light function
  • Figure 30: Hella's VarioX module
  • Figure 31: BMW Night Vision withdynamic light spot and animal detection
  • Figure 32: Mercedes-Benz Active Night View Assist with Spotlight Function
  • Figure 33: Audi Night Vision system
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