China Automotive DMS (Driver Monitoring System) Market Report 2021 with 18 Chinese Suppliers and 19 International Suppliers

DUBLIN, February 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The “China Automotive DMS (Driver Monitoring System) Research Report 2021” report has been added to from offer.

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Automotive DMS research: DMS installations jumped 244% like-for-like in the first nine months of 2021.

Data from this publisher shows that in the first nine months of 2021, China sold 251,511 sets of DMS for new passenger cars, 244% more than the same period last year, of which 15,201 sets or 6% of the total were for joint venture brand cars, and 236,310 sets or 94% of the total were for local brand cars. The top ranked brands were Changan, Xpeng, Haval, BMW, NIO, WEY, Leapmotor, GAC Aion, ORA and JETOUR.

The main reason for the rise of DMS in China in 2021 is that local brands have installed DMS in more of their models. 96,700 units of new models launched in 2021 are equipped with DMS, i.e. 38% of total installations. In which, major contributors include Changan UNI-T, haval first love (100%), Changan UNI-K (100%), Xpeng P7 (17%), Aion Y (100%), WEY Mocha (100%), Neta U (91%), Leapmotor T03 (49%), Haval Chitu (100%) and JETOUR X70 (40%).

Going forward, DMS will continue to grow and policies will be the main driver. For example, the Guidelines for Administration of Entry of Intelligent Connected Vehicle Manufacturers and Their Products (Trial) (Draft for Comments) published by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology in April 2021 requires companies to have capabilities to monitor human-computer interaction and crowd-driver behaviors, driving the growth of DMS; In addition, OEMs are expected to equip their models more with DMS with falling prices.

Not only are OEMs installing more DMS, they are refining and expanding DMS capabilities. In addition to driver drowsiness detection and facial recognition, their all-new DMS tends to enable more related functions such as gesture interaction, action recognition, expression recognition and speech brightening. visual screen.

For example, the DMS for Haval Chitu enables fatigue/distraction monitoring, facial recognition (facial login to IVI account, automatic personalized seat adjustment, themed interface, etc.) and expression recognition (recognize expressions, e.g. happy, angry and surprised, and push the corresponding music, air -conditioning and other features). The provider is ArcSoft.

DMS for SAIC Feifan MARVEL R enables fatigue/distraction monitoring, facial recognition, gesture interaction (wave hand to open and close sunroof before and after recognition, etc.) and video conferencing (DingTalk) .

Local OEMs are not only promoting DMS, but are also beginning to deploy OMS. Models including HiPhi X, Voyah FREE, GAC Aion Y, Trumpchi GS4 PLUS, Trumpchi EMPOW, ORA Good Cat, Haval Chitu, haval first loveWEY Moka/VV6/VV7, JETOUR X70 PLUS and Changan UNI-T/UNI-K packed both DMS and OMS.

For vendors, it can be seen that DMS solutions quickly merge with other cockpit functions or integrate with hardware.

Fusion with HUD among others

For example, in September 2021Melexis and emotion3D have partnered to deliver a 3D Time-of-Flight (ToF) demonstrator, a solution that combines the Driver Monitoring System (DMS) with high-precision 3D driver location, to dynamically align head-up displays in augmented reality (AR HUD).

Products that integrate a clustered display and an interior mirror are also emerging

Examples include an integrated solution for interior sensor technology unveiled by Continental in October 2021, integrating the camera directly into the cluster display for the very first time; and the next-generation cabin monitoring system launched by Gentex in January 2021integrated into the interior mirror and combining DMS and OMS.

Extension or fusion with cabin perceptions such as IMS

For example, the AutoSense XPERI DTS solution introduced at the end of 2020, integrates DMS and OMS; the I-CS (In-Cabin Sensing) solution launched by MINIEYE in September 2021 enables precise detection of occupants, including their facial features, line of sight, gestures and joints.

Main topics covered:

1 Introduction to automotive DMS technology
1.1 Active DMS
1.2 Principle of operation and installation position of the active DMS
1.3 Active DMS based on camera and NIR
1.4 DMS Hardware Technical Architecture and Requirements
1.5 DMS Software, Algorithm Architecture and Technical Requirements

2 Automotive DMS Industry Chain and Market
2.1 Active DMS Industrial Chain
2.2 Industry Chain Manufacturer Layout
2.3 China DMS Suppliers Product Comparison (Part)
2.4 Overseas DMS Suppliers Product Comparison (Part)
2.5 DMS Sales
2.6 DMS Installation by Price
2.7 DMS installation by brand
2.8 TOP20 Models by DMS Installations

3 Development Trends of Automotive DMS
3.1 DMS Market Trends
3.2 DMS Technology Trends
3.3 DMS Software and Algorithmic Trends
3.4 Advancements in Related Chip Technologies
3.4.1 ON Semiconductor’s Near Infrared+ (NIR+) Pixel Technology
3.4.2 ON Semiconductor’s next-generation RGB-IR CMOS image sensor technology
3.4.3 OmniVision near infrared technology
3.4.4 OmniVision Dedicated DMS Processor
3.4.5 OmniVision RGB-IR solution
3.4.6 DMS solutions developed by NXP based on Open Vision Platform (S32V2) and Momenta
3.4.7 TriEye has cooperated with Continental on the implementation of short-wave infrared (SWIR) imaging systems in driver monitoring systems

4 OEM DMS application cases
4.1 Comparison of DMS functions between OEM brands
4.2 Comparison of DMS solutions between OEM brands
4.3 Forestry Subaru
4.4BMW X5
4.5 Mercedes-Benz S
4.6 Cadillac CT6
4.8 Ford EVO
4.9 Geely Xingyue
4.10 WEY VV7
4.11 Haval Chitu
4.12 ORA Good Cat
4.13 TANK 300
4.14 GAC Trumpchi GS4 PLUS
4.15 GAC Aion LX
4.15 GAC Aion Y
4.16 Chery Big Ant
4.17 EXEED Lingyun
4.17 EXEED Lanyue
4.19 Changan UNI-K
4.20 Changan Oshan X7
4.22 ARCFOX at
4.23 Hongqi E-HS9
4.24 Bestune T99
4.25 Feifan MARVEL R
4.26 Dongfeng Aeolux Yixuan MAX
4.27 Voyah FREE
4.28 NIO ES8
4.29 Xpeng G3
4.30 Worldmaster W6
4.31 AIWAYS U5
4.32 Neta U
4.33 Jump Engine S01
4.34 HiPhi X
4.35 HYCAN 007

5 Chinese DMS Suppliers
5.1 Autocruis Technology
5.2 Road protection vision
5.5 Dahua Technology
5.6 Hikvision
5.7 Jingwei HiRain
5.8 ThunderSoft
5.9 Robotic Horizon
5.10 VIA Technologies
5.11 Microvision Tsingtech
5.12 Hopechart
5.14 Baidu
5.16 SenseTime
5.17 ArcSoft
5.18 Take advantage of Move technology

6 foreign DMS system providers
6.1 Valeo
6.3 Hyundai Mobis
6.4 Visteon
6.5 Bosch
6.6 Veoneer
6:70 OSRAM Group
6.8 Electric Mitsubishi
6.9 Aptiva
6.10 Continental
6.11 Harmon
6.12 See machines
6.13 Smart Eye
6.14 Cipia
6.15 XPERI
6.16 Emotion3D
6.17 Eyeris
6.18 Tobi
6.19 Jungo

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