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Author: Kevin Mak


Publication Date: Dec 18 2015


Pages: 59


Report Type: Report, Word



 Powertrain, Body, Chassis and Safety

Tire Pressure Monitoring: Developments Raise Competition between Direct and Indirect Systems




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Report Summary:

Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems have become or are becoming mandatory in many regions, to enhance safety and to ensure fuel economy.  While this increases system demand, recent developments from pressure-sensing direct systems and from implied Indirect systems, which use software that receives data from stability control systems, are resulting in increased competition between the two.  This Viewpoint updates on an earlier report published in 2008.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
2. Introduction
   2.1 Reasons for TPMS
      2.1.1 Safety
      2.1.2 Fuel Economy
   2.2 Types of TPMS
      2.2.1 Direct TPMS
      2.2.2 Indirect TPMS
      2.2.3 Hybrid TPMS
3. Developments
   3.1 Direct TPMS
      3.1.1 Robustness
      3.1.2 Easier Fitment
      3.1.3 Batteries
      3.1.4 Integration
      3.1.5 Future Strategies
   3.2 Indirect TPMS
      3.2.1 Future Strategies
   3.3 Other Developments
      3.3.1 Tire Fill Alert
      3.3.2 Smartphone Display
      3.3.3 Smart Tire
4. Supply Relations
   4.1 Direct
      4.1.1 Continental
      4.1.2 Delphi
      4.1.3 Huf
      4.1.4 Pacific Industrial
      4.1.5 Schrader
      4.1.6 ZF TRW
      4.1.7 Semiconductor Suppliers
   4.2 Indirect
      4.2.1 Continental and ZF TRW
      4.2.2 DunlopTech
      4.2.3 NIRA Dynamics
   4.3 Market Shares by Volume
5. Forecast
   5.1 Mandates
      5.1.1 North America
      5.1.2 Europe
      5.1.3 Korea
      5.1.4 Russia
      5.1.5 Regions Not Yet Mandated
   5.2 Remote Keyless Entry
   5.3 Volume Production, Cost Reduction
   5.4 Direct TPMS
   5.5 Indirect TPMS
   5.6 Penetration Rates
   5.7 Demand Split By TPMS Type
      5.7.1 North America
      5.7.2 Japan
      5.7.3 Europe
      5.7.4 Korea
      5.7.5 Brazil
      5.7.6 Russia
      5.7.7 India
      5.7.8 China
      5.7.9 Thailand
      5.7.10 Rest of the World
   5.8 Demand By Volume
      5.8.1 North America
      5.8.2 Japan
      5.8.3 Europe
      5.8.4 Korea
      5.8.5 Brazil
      5.8.6 Russia
      5.8.7 India
      5.8.8 China
      5.8.9 Thailand
      5.8.10 Rest of the World


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