Global Automotive Electrical and Electronic Distribution Systems Market Fourth Quarter 2021 – Size, Trends, Actions & Forecast –

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The need to cut costs, reduce emissions, improve fuel economy and safety are the main drivers of the electrical and electronic distribution systems (EEDS) market. Manufacturers point out that the increasing use of electronic hardware and software can significantly help address these issues. The popularity of hybrid vehicles also places demands on EEDS components. For example, the additional voltage level for the electric drive must be safely distributed among the sets of equipment.

In addition, the already existing demand for weight reduction becomes much more critical when the additional weight of the electric motor and hybrid battery is taken into account. In today’s hybrid vehicles, the conventional electric system and the hybrid electric system are, for the most part, separate.

As the number of electrical characteristics and electronically controlled functions on a vehicle increases, so does the complexity and need to improve the efficiency of the vehicle’s electrical architecture. The insatiable demand of motorists for comfort and convenience poses new challenges for manufacturers in terms of designing the EEDS architecture of each new vehicle. While they must continually find new ways to package certain solutions, they must also balance this need with containing costs by reusing modules, features, hardware and software components wherever possible. For manufacturers, the increasing content and complexity of electrical and electronic components also requires a broader overall design perspective.

With the increase in the number of electric and electronically controlled functions and characteristics on the vehicle, there is an increasing emphasis on improving the functionality of the vehicle’s electrical and electronic architecture. Emphasis is placed on the integration of the electrical distribution system, wiring, terminals and connectors, junction boxes and electronic modules into the overall architecture of the vehicle. This integration can reduce the overall cost and weight of the system and improve reliability and packaging by reducing the number of wires, terminals and connectors normally required to handle the vehicle’s power supply and signal distribution.

In addition to the conventional wire harness, there are a number of alternative technologies used for certain applications which help reduce weight and cost. Such alternatives to the traditional wire harness loom include multiplexing, optical fibers and flexible printed circuit boards. Although each has its advantages and disadvantages, its use depends entirely on the vehicle and application considered.

The report provides a comprehensive overview of global markets, trends, actions and forecast, along with a technical summary of various technologies and brief company profiles.

This Electrical and Electronic Distribution Systems report includes market trends, actions, and forecast along with a technical overview of various technologies and brief company profiles. The market share estimates of cable harness manufacturers cover the world, Europe, Japan, and North America. Forecasts relate to wire harnesses. Hidden under the hood, floor and interior trim is a mass of brightly colored round wire harnesses, serving a number of applications. In addition to what is known as the main wiring harness, a vehicle also requires a large number of auxiliary wiring harnesses for the individual parts and modules of the vehicle, such as the engine, dashboard, doors and seats. .

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  • Get a quick overview of the automotive electrical and electronic distribution systems industry globally.

  • Understand the size and scope of major markets.

  • Hear directly from top companies about their strategies and plans.

  • Review the most recent and important technological developments.

  • Track key industry trends and what drives them.

  • Identify opportunities and threats in the automotive electrical and electronic distribution systems industry.

  • Prepare supply and demand forecasts.

  • Track activities and prospects for key companies.

  • Produce inside sales plans and forecasts.

  • Carry out a competitive intelligence.

Main topics covered:

1. PESTER analysis

  • Politics

  • Economic

  • Social

  • Technological

  • Environment

  • Regulatory

2. Companies

  • Aptiv API

  • Continental SA

  • Denso Corporation

  • Intédis

  • Lear Corporation

  • E-Systems

  • Operations

  • Some products

  • Leoni AG

  • PKC Group

  • Robert Bosch GmbH

  • Sumitomo cabling systems

  • Overview

  • Organization

  • R&D

  • TE connectivity

  • Yazaki Company

  • Others

3. Forecast

4. Markets

5. Technology

  • Cable innovations

  • Innovations in design and development tools

  • Increased electronic content

  • Other novelties

  • Standardization

6. Archive

  • Teknor Color color concentrates

  • Ticona hydrolysis resistant PBT resin

  • Wireless charging in the vehicle

  • Lear’s comments

7. Annex

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