Following the CES 2018, General Motors presumptuously declared that the company will eliminate the automotive steering system from the autonomous vehicle design by 2019 end. With the much anticipated launch of the Level 5 Chevy Bolt lined up next year, GM is all set to unveil an autonomous vehicle without an automotive steering system and pedals. The company claims that this will be the first ever production car sans driver control.\
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On the other side, Ford has already patented a completely detachable automotive steering system and pedals, which has been planned to be available as a customer-requested automotive component option. Although GM and Ford plan the aforementioned features for highly automated level 4 and 5 vehicles, it is imperative to address several structural, functional, and system related challenges during realistic on-road testing, before the mass production roll-out. This is believed to be highly influential in shaping the future of automotive steering system market.
With dramatic evolution of the connected, autonomous, and semi-autonomous vehicle ecosystem, leading automakers ought to prioritize the safety and security concerns associated with automotive steering systems – especially electric power steering system (EPS). Industry experts predict that the next few years will observe soaring demand for EPS in all classes of vehicles, including state-of-the-art technology based vehicles such as autonomous and connected cars. Innovations centering cybersecurity of EPS is likely to open new doors of opportunities for OEMs active in the automotive steering system market through 2022.
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The quest for reduced complexity and costs will continue to compel OEMs to switch from hydraulic automotive steering system to electric automotive steering system. Moreover, manufacturers are increasingly inclined towards achieving high efficiency, and thereby preferring electric automotive steering system over hydraulic automotive steering system. Although hydraulics have been considered ideal for amplified steering efforts for parking and maneuvering vehicle through heavy traffic, they tend to undermine both the engine power and fuel economy.
Electric automotive steering system on the flipside helps achieve high fuel efficiency, and reduced vehicle weight and costs - offering assistance at lower as well as higher vehicle speeds and in all driving modes, including sports. Furthermore, electric powered automotive steering system can potentially work in tandem with automotive radar/LIDAR in futuristic cars. EPS systems are constantly on the rise in terms of adoption, and will continue to account for over half of the total value of automotive steering system market by 2022 end.
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