2021 China Infrared Night Vision System Market Report and the International Automobile World
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This report combs through the development trends, market size of Automotive Infrared Night Vision, technology ways of major Chinese and foreign night vision system suppliers, and application of night vision system for OEMs.
Statistics show that China has seen nearly 200,000 traffic accidents every year in recent years, 60% of which occurred at night and caused 50% of the death toll.
In 2021 AH, sales of passenger cars equipped with night vision systems increased.
Of the sales of passenger cars packing night vision systems in China, it can be seen that despite the 32.0% annual decline during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, the auto industry has resumed production in China’s efforts to control the outbreak, and 3,655 vehicles with systems have been sold. Night vision in the first half of 2021 alone, a similar increase of 231.4%. Hence, Cadillac, Audi and Volkswagen models were the main contributors to the high sales of night vision systems in this period.
At the present stage, night vision systems still tend to be installed on top-tier models. Through the lens of sales of passenger cars packing night vision systems in the last two years, those with prices above 300,000 yuan swept more than 85% of sales, of which more than 500,000 yuan occupied the share of more than 60%. Meanwhile, cars with prices ranging from CNY 250,000 to CNY 300,000 also carry night vision systems, taking part in 10.3% of sales in 2020.
The lower cost of infrared detectors and improved policies make car infrared night vision a promising market.
In the past, the high price has always been a limitation on the widespread adoption of automotive infrared night vision systems. Technological advances have rapidly reduced cost:
The mature chip level and 3D packing help lower the cost of the detectors, which is a key component of the infrared night vision system.
Homemade infrared sensors break the foreign monopoly, and have a significant cost advantage.
Smaller pixel size lowers the cost of both the infrared detector and system integration. Raytron Technology has already developed the world’s first uncooled large area matrix infrared detector with pixel spacing of 8 microns and matrix size of 1920 1080, which meets the needs of high-end products that require high resolution and light weight.
Infrared imaging technology is finding wider application in autonomous driving.
The application of infrared imaging technology in autonomous driving has become more widespread over the past years, for example:
In December 2020, Zoox introduced the first autonomous battery electric vehicle equipped with a thermal imaging camera provided by Teledyne FLIR. This device can accurately identify and classify objects in urban streets around the clock.
In March 2021, Apple was granted a patent for a night vision system that combines visible light, near-infrared (NIR) and long-wave infrared (LWIR) sensors. The system is applicable to self-driving vehicles.
On the first day of the 2021 Shanghai Auto Show, Didi Autonomous Driving and Volvo launched “DiDi Gemini”, a new generation L4 self-driving test vehicle with a total of 50 sensors including one infrared camera.
In May 2021, ADASTEC integrated two Teledyne FLIR thermal imagers into its flowride.ai automation platform, with a primary focus on improving the detection and safety of all vulnerable road users on or near the road and at bus stops.
Main topics covered:
1 Infrared night vision technologies for cars
1.1 Definition and Classification of Infrared
1.1.1 Comparison of advantages and disadvantages between infrared and the other four types of sensors
1.1.2 Application of infrared technology in vehicles
1.1.3 Classification of the application of infrared technology in vehicles
1.2 Definition and working principle of infrared thermal imager
1.3 Definition and Classification of Infrared Detector
1.4 Infrared night vision technology
1.4.1 Night vision technology classification
1.4.2 Active Infrared Night Vision Technology
1.4.3 Passive infrared night vision technology
1.5 Laws and regulations related to infrared night vision
1.6 Definition of the night vision driving assistance system for cars
1.6.1 Features of Car Night Vision Driving Assistance System
2 Automotive infrared night vision system market
2.1 Global Civilian Infrared Market Size, 2015-2023E
2.2 Global Infrared Thermal Imaging Market Structure, 2020
2.3 China Automotive Infrared Night Vision Market Size, 2019-2021
2.4 Sales of cars equipped with night vision systems (by price) in China, 2019-2021
2.5 Sales of Vehicles Equipped with Night Vision Systems (by Model) in China, 2019-2021
2.6 Sales of vehicles equipped with night vision systems (by region) in China, 2019-2021
2.7 Automotive Infrared Night Vision Industry Series
2.7.1 Infrared Night Vision System Industry Chain
2.7.2 Industry Chain Supplier Planning
2.7.3 Product comparison of top suppliers of night vision systems inside and outside China
2.7.4 Technology routes and target markets for major night vision system suppliers inside and outside China
2.7.5 Product Comparison of Leading Thermal Imaging Equipment Suppliers in China and Abroad
2.8 Market and Technology Trends
3 Application of night vision system for OEMs
3.1 OEM Night Vision System Application Overview
3.1.1 Status of Application
3.1.2 Technical solutions
3.1.3 System startup and activation
3.8 Other cases
3.8.1 Rolls-Royce Night Vision System Installation Cases
3.8.2 DS7 Night Vision System Installation Cases
3.8.3 Borgward Night Vision System Installation Cases
3.8.4 Installation of the Peugeot 508L night vision system
3.8.5 Installation Cases for Hongqi H7 Night Vision System
3.8.6 Porsche Night Vision Assist
3.8.7 Toyota Night Vision System
3.8.8 FREE VOYA Night Vision System
3.8.9 Apple Car Night Vision System
4 car infrared night vision system suppliers
4.2 Xuanyuan iDrive
4.3 Protrolley Vision Technology
4.4 Infrared technology in Guangzhou SAT
4.5 Shenzhen Tianzhi Automotive Electronic Technology
4.6 Seeing BrightWay
5 car infrared night vision suppliers
5.1 Teledyne FLIR
5.4 Stoneridge – Urlaco
5.6 IRay Technology
5.7 Zhejiang Dali Technology
5.8 North Guangwei Technology
6 Automotive Infrared Camera Module Suppliers
6.1 Hanwha Systems
6.2 sec thermal
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