2022 Outlook on the Driving Recorder Market in China: Featuring Gentex, Magna, Ficosa, ADAYO and LongHorn Among Others


Dublin, Nov. 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "China Driving Recorder Market Research Report, 2022" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

Driving recorder research: sales volume of passenger cars equipped with OEM DVRs increased by 52.5% year-on-year in 2022 H1

In April 2021, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology stipulated: `Each passenger car should be equipped with an event data recorder (EDR) that complies with GB 39732. The passenger car equipped with an automotive video driving record system (driving recorder/digital video recorder) that complies with GB/T 38892 should be deemed to meet the requirements.` The regulation has been applied to newly produced vehicles from January 1, 2022. As EDRs has become the standard configuration of new cars, the OEM installation rate of driving recorders/digital video recorders (DVRs) has also risen.

In 2022H1, the sales volume of passenger cars equipped with OEM DVRs increased by 52.5% year-on-year

From a monthly trend, the OEM installation rate of driving recorders in passenger cars (note: the sales proportion of passenger cars with driving recorder as standard configuration as a percentage of the total passenger car sales volume) jumped from 8.9% in April 2021 to 21.9% in June 2022.

On annual basis, the OEM installation rate of driving recorders in passenger cars hit 7.0% in 2019, 8.0% in 2020, 14.5% in 2021, and 19.6% in 2022H1. It is expected to be 22% in the entire 2022.

Independent brands and new energy vehicles are the main roles that include driving recorders into standard configuration

The installation rate of driving recorders as standard configuration for independent brand models has been at a relatively high level, reaching 19.3% in 2019 when joint venture brands only secured 0.2%. In 2022, independent brand models will achieve installation rate of 29.4% as the main force in the standard configuration of driving recorders.

However, since 2021, the installation rate of joint venture brands has made progress quickly, from 2.0% in 2020 to 8.4% in 2021 and 11.6% in 2022H1. Compared with 2019, it increased by 11.4 percentage points, higher than 10.1 percentage points gained by independent brands.

The installation rate of OEM driving recorders for new energy vehicles swelled by 14.3 percentage points from 20.4% in 2019 to 34.7% in 2022H1. For traditional fuel vehicles, the installation rate rose by 7.6 percentage points from 6.2% in 2019 to 13.8% in 2022H1. The growth in the sales volume of new energy vehicles also led to the growth of OEM driving recorders.

By the sales volume of models with driving recorders as standard in 2022H1, the top five brands included BYD (345,000 units), Nissan (284,000 units), Tesla (198,000 units), Changan Automobile (187,000 units) and Geely (82,000), with the respective installation rate as standard configuration of 58.8%, 76.9%, 100.0%, 46.7% and 21.2%. Chinese local new energy vehicle brands Li Auto and NIO regard driving recorders as standard, while traditional brands BMW and Mercedes-Benz only install OEM driving recorders on 12.2% and 10.4% of their vehicles respectively.

Driving recorder technology integration: ADAS, streaming media and intelligence

Driving recorders are undoubtedly indispensable for Chinese car owners. In 2015, the driving recorder video incident directly spurred the driving recorder aftermarket where 10 million driving recorders were sold that year as the best-selling automotive electronic products on Double 11, a Chinese unofficial e-commerce holiday and shopping festival similar to Black Friday in the U.S.

In addition to navigation, preventing accident frauds, assisting in handling traffic accident disputes and electronic violation disputes, driving recorders offer more and more functions. With the development of automotive intelligent connectivity, functions such as electronic fence, parking monitoring and alarm, and even ADAS functions like LDWS and FCWS have become standard for driving recorders, but AM driving recorders only integrate the most basic ADAS functions due to limitations of hardware, software and vehicle data acquisition.

With a higher installation rate, driving recorders can share the inputs (cameras) and outputs (displays) with other smart cockpit devices, which not only saves costs, but also better realizes integration of intelligent connection functions.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Driving Recorder Market Overview

2 Driving Recorder Technology Integration and Industry Trends
2.1 Fusion I: ADAS
2.2 Fusion II: Streaming Rearview Mirror
2.3 Fusion III: Intelligent Cloud Mirror
2.4 Fusion IV: Electronic Exterior Rearview Mirror

3 Driving Recorder Market Size and Forecast

4 Major Driving Recorder Enterprises
4.1 Gentex
4.1.1 Profile
4.1.2 Driving Recorder - Full-screen Display Rearview Mirror
4.1.2 Driving Recorder - Electronic Rearview Mirror
4.1.2 Driving Recorder - Camera Monitoring System (CMS)
4.1.3 Financials
4.1.4 Customer Supporting Relationship
4.1.5 Application Solution
4.1.6 Development Planning
4.2 Magna
4.2.1 Profile
4.2.2 Smart Rearview Mirror Products
4.2.3 Development Planning
4.3 Ficosa
4.3.1 Profile
4.3.2 Intelligent Rearview Monitoring System (IRMS)
4.3.2 Electronic Exterior Rearview Mirror
4.3.3 Application Solution
4.4 ADAYO Group
4.4.1 Profile
4.4.2 Product Layout
4.4.3 Product Roadmap
4.4.4 Application Solutions
4.5 LongHorn
4.5.1 Profile
4.5.2 Product Layout
4.5.3 Product Revenue
4.5.4 Major Customers
4.6 Aoni Electronics
4.6.1 Profile
4.6.2 Product Layout
4.6.3 Product Revenue
4.7 Coligen
4.7.1 Profile
4.7.2 Product Layout
4.7.3 Product Revenue
4.8 Shanghai Yuxing Electronics
4.8.1 Profile
4.8.2 Product Layout
4.8.3 Application Solutions
4.9 Mobvoi
4.9.1 Profile
4.9.2 Product Layout
4.9.3 Core Technology
4.9.4 Smart Rearview Mirror Products
4.10 Banya Technology
4.10.1 Profile
4.10.2 Smart Cloud Mirror Product Solution
4.10.3 Streaming Media Rearview Mirror Product Solution
4.11 Teyes
4.11.1 Profile
4.11.2 Smart Rearview Mirror Product Solution
4.12 Shenzhen Roadrover Technology
4.12.1 Profile
4.12.2 Smart Rearview Mirror Products
4.13 Yuanfeng Technology
4.13.1 Profile
4.13.2 Business Layout: 1 + 3 + N Business Architecture
4.13.3 Product Structure Process
4.13.4 Mass Production Customers
4.13.5 Application Solutions
4.14 Willing Tech
4.14.1 Profile
4.14.2 Product Layout
4.14.3 Application Solutions
4.15 DDPAI
4.15.1 Profile
4.15.2 Product Introduction - Car Smart Screen
4.15.2 Product Introduction - X5 Pro
4.16 Haikang Automotive Electronics
4.16.1 Profile
4.16.2 Product introduction
4.16.3 Business Analysis
4.17 JADO
4.17.1 Profile
4.17.2 Product Introduction

5 OEMs' Driving Recorder Solution
5.1 Models with Driving Recorder as Standard Configuration
5.1.1 Dongfeng
5.1.2 BYD
5.1.3 Changan
5.1.4 Geely
5.1.5 Great Wall Motor
5.1.6 Chery
5.2 OEMs' Driving Recorder Solutions
5.2.1 Dongfeng Aeolus
5.2.2 Chang'an UNI-K
5.2.3 Great Wall Mocha DHT-PHEV
5.2.4 FAW E-HS9
5.2.5 FAW HS5
5.2.6 SAIC Buick GL8
5.2.7 GAC Toyota Wildlander
5.2.8 GAC Honda e
5.2.9 BAIC Mofang

6 Key Enterprises in Driving Recorder Industry Chain
6.1 Allwinner Technology
6.1.1 Profile
6.1.2 Product Layout
6.1.3 Product Solutions
6.2 Rockchip
6.2.1 Profile
6.2.2 Product Solutions
6.3 Spreadtrum Communications
6.3.1 Profile
6.3.2 Product Solutions
6.4 Qualcomm
6.4.1 Profile
6.4.2 Product Solutions
6.5 Novatek
6.5.1 Profile
6.5.2 Product Solutions
6.6 Ambarella
6.6.1 Profile
6.6.2 Product Layout
6.6.3 Product Solutions
6.6.4 Electronic Rearview Mirror Solution Based on Ambarella Chip
6.7 MediaTek
6.7.1 Profile
6.7.2 Product Solutions
6.8 Xilinx
6.8.1 Product Layout
6.8.2 Product Solutions
6.9 Camera Solutions
6.9.1 Automotive Camera Industry Chain
6.9.2 Camera Module Summary
6.9.3 OFILM Product Layout
6.9.4 Sunny Product Layout
6.9.5 Q Tech Product Layout
6.9.6 Product Layout of Lianchuang Electronic Technology

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