Today chassis, of which steering systems are one of the critical components, are responsible for the vast majority of the ride, handling, comfort and safety as an integrated, and fundamentally important system. A simple functional description of the chassis today completely fails to adequately illustrate that in many ways it is the foundation for the vehicle’s driving dynamics, has an enormous effect on cost, weight and all aspects of the performance of the vehicle from CO2 output to safety. http://www.bharatbook.com/
In this way there is a close connection between steering, as part of the chassis, its performance and the essential DNA of the vehicle. The way that systems are integrated today – the marrying of sensor technology, electronic and mechatronic systems with the more mechanical basic components – is therefore a key battleground for OEMs, and the management of the compromises in steering performance, safety systems, cost and weight is an increasingly important aspect of product or brand differentiation.
About this report
This report begins by examining steering feel and the increasing effect of vehicle electrification and looks at steering and chassis performance. The report goes on to consider the key drivers including fuel efficiency and CO2 emissions, steering design, materials considerations and the packaging dilemma. Automotive Steering Market (http://www.bharatbook.com)
Furthermore the report looks at the latest steering system trends, in particular electrically power assisted steering (EPAS), electro-hydraulic power steering (EHPS), electric power steering (EPS), active front steering (AFS), four-wheel steering, steer-by-wire, automated parking and NVH reduction.
Finally the report looks at the latest market developments and provides detailed analysis of 11 key suppliers active within this sector.
Increasing influence of electrification
Steering and chassis performance
Platform development and component commonality
Noise vibration harshness
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