DALLAS, Aug. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The major X-by-Wire systems market has technologies in the modern day are Shift-by-Wire, Throttle-by-Wire, Park-by-Wire (electronic park brake), and Suspension-by-Wire; while Brake-by-Wire (electro-mechanical brake) and Steer-by-Wire are two technologies that are estimated to come up in the market over the course of next 5 to 10 years. With the introduction of new powertrain technologies in the past few decades like turbocharging, fuel injection and others have helped the automobile industry to cope with the stringent fuel efficiency as well as emission norms. Modern vehicles have turned from being completely mechanical to electro-mechanical with reduced human element required to control the vehicle dynamics. The X-by-Wire technologies use electronic components and electrical signals to replace the mechanical components and linkages. The main functionality of X-by-Wire is completely opposite of that which is used in the drive-by-cable technology. The functioning of the major applications such as steering, braking and throttle are all done using the electrical emulators, actuators and different sensors which gives the signals to the electronic control unit, which further signals the components to perform the function that needs to be performed. The major benefit of the by-Wire technologies is that it not only reduces the overall curb weight of the vehicle but also increases the fuel efficiency by as much as 4%. These technologies also add more precision along with reduced emission levels. All this is achieved as the moving parts in a vehicle are replaced by electronic components which eliminate the wear and tear of mechanical parts and in turn increase the service interval of a vehicle. Apart from these benefits, one of the major drawbacks that these systems have is the reliability issues where these technologies have seen several OEMs issue recalls to correct or to remove these systems from vehicles. Complete report is available at http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/x-by-wire-systems-market-by-geography-by-system-type-shift-by-wire-throttle-by-wire-active-suspension-suspension-by-wire-electronic-park-brake-park-by-wire-fly-by-wire-other-by-wire-techno-market-report.html .
A brief introduction of the different X-by-Wire technologies is as follows—in Shift-by-Wire, the shifting of gear is done by an electronic emulator fixed under the gear lever which in turn is connected to the electronic control unit which signals the transmission to change the gear; in Park-by-Wire, an electronic park brake is used which with a press of a button applies the brakes on the back wheels which was traditionally done using a cable; Throttle-by-Wire uses sensors like throttle pedal position sensor which adjusts the throttle valve once the throttle pedal is pressed by the user using the signals by ECU; and in Suspension-by-Wire, the suspensions of a vehicle automatically adjusts itself depending on the road surface; in Brake-by-Wire, a sensor placed on the brake pedals sends a input signals to the electronic control unit which decides the brake force to be applied on the brakes instead of a traditional brake linkage; and in Steer-by-Wire, the steering is determined using the steering angle sensor and electric motors which are placed on the front axle of the vehicle. Companies like Continental AG, CTS Corp., Curtis Wright Corp., Infineon Technologies AG, Jaguar Land-Rover Automotive PLC, Nissan Motor Co., Orscheln Products LLC, TRW Automotive PLC, ZF Friedrichshafen AG, and PSA Peugeot Citroën are profiled in this research available for purchase at http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/contacts/purchase?rname=206475 .
Table of Content
1.3 Report Description
1.4 Markets Covered
1.5 Stake Holders
2 Research Methodology
2.1 Approach Adopted
2.2 Market Estimation
3 Executive Summary
4 Market Overview
4.2 Market Dynamics
4.3 Burning Issues
4.4 Winning Imperative
4.5 Value Chain Analysis
4.6 Pestle Analysis
4.7 Porter's Five force Analysis
5 Technological Overview
5.1 What Are X-By-Wire Systems?
5.2 Technology Roadmap
5.4 Shift-By-Wire System
5.5 Suspension-By-Wire System
5.6 Park-By-Wire System
5.7 Brake-By-Wire System
5.8 Steer-By-Wire System
5.9 Fly-By-Wire Systems
6 Market Assessment, By Geography
6.1 Key Questions Answered
6.2 Global Market Outlook for X-By-Wire Systems Market to 2019
6.3 Automotive X-By-Wire Systems Market
6.4 North American Automotive X-By-Wire Systems Market
6.5 European Automotive X-By-Wire Systems Market
6.6 Asia-Oceania Automotive X-By-Wire Systems Market
7 Automotive X-By-Wire Systems Market, By Product Type
7.1 X-By-Wire Systems Market
7.2 Shift-By-Wire Systems Market
7.3 Throttle-By-Wire Systems Market
7.4 Park-By-Wire Systems Market
7.5 Suspension-By-Wire Systems Market
7.6 Other-By-Wire Systems Market, By Region
8 Competitive Landscape
8.2 Key Growth Strategies Adopted, By Approach
8.3 Key Growth Strategies Adopted, By Age of Development
8.4 Key Growth Strategies Adopted, By Value Chain
8.5 Concept Model Studies
9 Company Profiles
9.1 Continental AG
9.2 CTS Corp.
9.3 Curtis Wright Corp.
9.4 Infineon Technologies AG
9.5 Jaguar Land-Rover Automotive PLC
9.6 Nissan Motor Co.
9.7 Orscheln Products LLC
9.8 TRW Automotive PLC
9.9 ZF Friedrichshafen AG
9.10 PSA Peugeot Citroën
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