DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Intelligent Vehicle E/E Architecture and Computing Platform Industry Research Report, 2021" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Domain centralized architectures will gradually evolve to quasi-central and central computing architectures. The evolution of the brand-new automotive E/E architecture, which may take ten years, can be divided into three stages:
At present, automakers mainly stay at the domain centralized architecture stage. For example, Volkswagen's E3 architecture, Great Wall's GEEP3.0 architecture, BYD's E platform 3.0 architecture, Geely's SEA architecture, Xpeng's EE 2.0 architecture, etc. are all typical domain centralized architectures.
Automotive E/E architectures will inevitably develop towards centralized E/E architectures. From the perspective of mass-produced models, centralized E/E architectures prevail now, with domain control over power, chassis, body, intelligent driving and cockpit. However, it is difficult to fully realize standard domain architectures and central architectures due to technical thresholds, diversified configuration gradients, consumption habits and other factors, so the domain hybrid architecture of ""distributed ECUs + domain controllers"" will be common in the short term.
At present, Volkswagen, BMW, Geely ZEEKR, Huawei, Visteon, etc. adopt three-domain E/E architecture solutions which mainly include intelligent driving domain, intelligent cockpit domain, and vehicle controller domain.
Volkswagen has upgraded the MQB distributed E/E architecture to the MEB (E3) domain centralized E/E architecture which includes 3 domain controllers: vehicle control (ICAS1), intelligent driving (ICAS2), and intelligent cockpit (ICAS3). Modules such as chassis and airbags that do not have integration capabilities belong to ICAS1. At present, ICAS1 and ICAS3 have been developed and installed on ID.3, ID.4 and other models, while ICAS2 has not been developed yet.
In terms of the software architecture, E3 adopts a service-oriented architecture, using CP and AP service middleware to enable SOA communication; as for the communication architecture, E3's backbone network is Ethernet.
On the CC architecture, Huawei has launched three domain control platforms of intelligent cockpit (CDC), vehicle control (VDC), and intelligent driving (MDC) respectively, and released related open platforms and operating systems, such as the autonomous driving operating system AOS, the intelligent cockpit operating system HarmonyOS and the vehicle control operating system VOS.
In terms of communication architecture, the CC architecture has set up 3-5 VIUs (vehicle interface units). All actuators and sensors are connected to distributed gateways so as to form loops. Once a single loop fails to work, the other three loops maintain operation, hereby effectively improving safety.
Intelligent Vehicle E/E Architecture and Computing Platform Industry Research Report 2021 mainly studies the following:
- Overview, technology evolution trends, reform trends, market size, etc. of automotive E/E architectures;
- Status quo, evolution trends, etc. of E/E architectures of major OEMs (emerging brands, independent brands, foreign brands);
- Status quo, planning, etc. of E/E architectures of major Tier 1 enterprises;
- Status quo of main E/E architectures (including computing architecture, software architecture, communication architecture, power management architecture, etc.); solutions of major manufacturers; evolution of new E/E architectures.
Key Topics Covered:
1 Introduction to Automotive E/E Architecture
1.1 Overview of Automotive E/E Architecture
1.2 Evolution Trends of Automotive E/E Architecture
1.3 Trends of E/E Architecture Revolution
1.4 Market Size
2 E/E Architecture Planning of OEMs
2.1 E/E Architecture Comparison of OEMs
2.2 E/E Architecture of Emerging Automakers
2.3 E/E Architecture of Independent Brands
2.4 E/E Architecture of Foreign and Joint Venture Brands
3 E/E Architecture Planning of Tier 1 Suppliers
3.1 E/E Architecture Comparison of Tier 1 Suppliers
3.2 Layout of Tier 1 Suppliers under New E/E Architecture: Autonomous Driving
3.3 Layout of Tier 1 Suppliers under New E/E Architecture: Intelligent Cockpit
3.4 Huawei's E/E Architecture
3.5 Visteon's E/E Architecture
3.6 Bosch's E/E Architecture
3.7 Aptiv's E/E Architecture
3.8 Continental's E/E Architecture
3.9 E/E Architecture of UAES
3.10 Jingwei Hirain Technologies
4 Computing Architecture and Technical Solutions
4.1 Domain Controller Hardware Design Trends
4.2 Autonomous Driving Domain Controllers
4.3 Smart Cockpit Domain Controllers
4.4 Cross-domain Integrated Hardware Solutions under New E/E Architecture
5 Software Architecture and Technical Solutions
5.1 Intelligent Vehicle Software Architecture and Development Models
5.2 SOA Software Solutions under New E/E Architecture
6 Communication Architecture and Technical Solutions
6.1 Development Trends of Communication Architecture
6.2 Development Trends of Ethernet
6.3 Development Trends of Intelligent Gateway Modules
6.4 Communication Architecture Solutions under New E/E Architecture
7 Power Management Architecture and Technical Solutions
7.1 Autonomous Driving Power Supply Network
7.2 Application of Intelligent Power Distribution E-fuse
7.3 Intelligent Power Management Solutions under New E/E Architecture
- Human Horizons
- Nezha U
- Great Wall
- Geely (Lynk & Co)
- SAIC (IM)
- FAW Hongqi
- Jingwei Hirain Technologies
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