後方自動緊急ブレーキ (R-AEB) の欧州市場：2030年までの予測
European Rear Autonomous Emergency Braking (R-AEB) Market, Forecasts to 2030
|後方自動緊急ブレーキ (R-AEB) の欧州市場：2030年までの予測|
発行: Frost & Sullivan
ページ情報: 英文 80 Pages
EuroNCAP (欧州新車評価プログラム) は、VRU (交通弱者) カテゴリーのテスト基準として、後方自動緊急ブレーキ（R-AEB）を導入することを提案しています。この特定の機能の普及は、業界がVRUの安全性を推進するために必要なビルディングブロックで、ドライバーアシスタンス機能から、完全自動運転車両に移行する原動力になっています。
当レポートでは、欧州の後方自動緊急ブレーキ (R-AEB) 市場について調査分析し、概要、市場動向と予測、成長機会などについて、体系的な情報を提供しています。
Regulation to Play an Important Role in the Adoption of Technology and Subsequent Market Penetration
According to accident research conducted by the German Insurance Association up to 17% of collisions involving pedestrians and vehicles, leading to personal injury, occur at the rear side of the car. 70% of the accident victims were elderly or children below the age of 12 and an estimated 1,400 people are seriously injured in such incidences across Europe annually. Another such research conducted by Thatcham Research suggests that 1 in 6 pedestrian collisions are while reversing, typically injuring elderly and children, with the driver rarely braking.
These are some horrifying numbers especially considering the fact that vehicle speeds during reversing are less than 10 kilometres per hour (kph). Owing to the seriousness of the issue, the European New Car Assessment Program (EuroNCAP) has proposed that rear autonomous emergency braking (R-AEB) be introduced in vehicles starting 2020 as test criteria under the Vulnerable Road User (VRU) category. This marks a shift in focus from the safety of VRUs in front of the vehicle to the safety of all VRUs around the vehicle. Proliferation of this particular function is a necessary building block for the industry to champion safety of VRUs for the impetus to shift from driver assistance function to fully autonomous vehicles.
The aim of this study titled "European Rear Autonomous Emergency Braking (R-AEB) Market, Forecast to 2030" is to research, analyse, forecast, and provide an overview of the R-AEB trends in Europe and discuss the impact of these trends on the growth and deployment strategies of different OEMs and suppliers in the market. The study analyses various aspects of the market, such as regulations for R-AEB, types of R-AEB systems, market trends and forecasts, and industry growth opportunities.
Our research indicates that R-AEB penetration in Europe as of 2019 stood at a meagre.7% of the vehicles sold. The solution is expected to penetrate roughly 35.6% of the vehicles by 2030, with the market for it expanding at a CAGR of 23.3% primarily driven by regulatory mandates.
Level 4 autonomous parking function, which parks the vehicle by itself without human intervention, is expected to account for roughly 86% of the market by 2030. Systems offering these capabilities are expected to hit the market as soon as 2021 in the premium vehicle segment.
The objective of the study is to: