Automotive lighting: from basic and functional to distinctive and high-value features – WEBCASTSign in for replay
How are car electrification, automated driving, and differentiation shaping the automotive lighting industry?
With the integration of light-emitting diode (LED) technology, lighting has evolved from a basic functional feature to a distinctive feature with high-value potential in automotive vehicles.
LED technology has given manufacturers the opportunity for strong differentiation via lighting design and additional functionalities. From the rear to the front, lighting has evolved from a purely functional application with no real added value to more intelligent applications, offering personalization, communication, and assistance for the driver.
The main applications continue evolving with more complex technologies embedded. Meanwhile new applications are emerging, especially around the car, such as logo and grille illumination and near-field projections. These new applications will be used for personalization and communication purposes. In this context, the automotive lighting market was worth $31.5B in 2021. We expect it to reach $42.2B in 2027 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for 2021-2027 of 4.9%.
This webcast will discuss :
- The evolution of lighting technologies and applications
- The recent acquisitions among the lighting Tier-1
- The possible convergence between lighting and sensing
R&D Project Director and Mechatronic System Architect
Olivier Andrieu, PhD is an R&D Project Director and Mechatronic System Architect at PISEO.
Olivier is working in collaboration with Yole Développement’s team to perform comprehensive technical analyses of innovative Photonics-based illumination and detection systems and markets. His expertise is based on the development of disruptive solutions taking into account mechanical, electronic, optic and thermal issues to achieve application requirements. Previously, Oliver Andrieu worked for EFI Automotive as head of innovation and, prior joining PISEO, for Philips Lighting where he developed and implemented numerous LED lighting solutions on a global level.
Electronic System Department Director & Quality Manager
Wilfried Theron is the Director of Electronic Systems Department and Quality Manager at Yole SystemPlus, part of Yole Group (Yole).
Senior Technology & Market Analyst, Automotive Semiconductors
Pierrick Boulay is Senior Technology & Market Analyst, Automotive Semiconductors at Yole Group.
He works in the fields of solid-state lighting and lighting systems, carrying out technical, economic, and marketing analyses. In addition, he leads the automotive activities within the company.
Pierrick has authored several reports and custom analyses on topics such as automotive lighting, LiDAR, sensing for ADAS vehicles, and VCSELs.
Prior to Yole Group, Pierrick has worked in several companies where he developed his knowledge of lighting and automotive. In the past, he has primarily worked in R&D departments on LED lighting applications.
Pierrick holds a master of science in electronics at ESEO (Angers, France).