Intelligence Set: Global Market Review Of Driver Assistance Systems - Forecasts To 2013 Plus A Set Of 7 Manufacturer Profiles

Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra India (PressExposure) October 01, 2007 -- Bharat Book Bureau, a leading market information aggregator has put forth a report - Intelligence set: Global market review of driver assistance systems - forecasts to 2013 PLUS a set of 7 manufacturer profiles ([http://www.bharatbook.com/bookdetail.asp?bookid=9417])

This Intelligence Set represents excellent value for money. It includes our latest review of the rapidly growing, global collision avoidance and vehicle safety systems report, and will also help you to keep up to date with your competitors' activities, with profiles of Aisin Seiki, Bosch, Continental, Delphi, Hella, TRW, Visteon.

Investigations have shown that driver assistance systems can have a preventative influence on more than 50% of all accidents. Despite this, a survey of drivers in Central London found that of those asked, 56% could not name any active safety systems in a modern car.

An auto exectutive told that "The industry needs to educates drivers…There is already a lot of lobbying being done to educate the public and discussion on ways to actively motivate people to go and buy driver assistance features because they have a certain benefit for them. But in September 2006, one of the major German insurance companies began offering some credit for truck owners if they were buying a truck with certain driver assistance features. So I think that type of incentive has to be offered to everybody."

The continuous development of driver assistance is accompanied by the European Union's eSafety action programme for road safety, which aims to halve the number of road fatalities by 2010. Driver assistance systems on the detection and analysis of the vehicle's surroundings will make a major contribution to the achievement of this aim. Research has shown that driver error is one of the most common causes of traffic accidents. Driver assistance technologies provide a helping hand in times of trouble. Electronic driver assistance systems are increasingly being incorporated in cars across the board, from luxury vehicles to small city cars. Many of these systems are being fitted as standard equipment. The impact of these technologies is helping to avoid accidents and take the stress and strain out of driving.

In this new edition, it reviews the key market drivers for driver assistance systems, and updates our market analysis. Following our market overview in chapter 1, our product fitment forecasts in chapter 2 predict in some details how the driver assistance market will evolve mainly in Europe and Japan from 2003 through to 2013. Chapter 3 provides an updated review of new product developments.

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