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According To Bosch, Future Design Challenges for Ignition Coils Will Focus On Developing Even Smaller Units




Dublin (PRWEB) September 25, 2006

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c42420) has announced the addition of Global Market Review of Ignition Systems Forecasts to 2012 to their offering.




Ignition system technology has taken a number of twists and turns over the past 50 years. In the 1940s and 1950s, the ignition unit consisted of a coil and distributor that delivered the voltage generated by the ignition coil to the ignition plugs. By the early 1980s, the integrated ignition assembly appeared, combining the distributor, ignition coil and driving circuit (igniter).

During the mid-1980s, distributor-less ignition appeared, and by the 1990s, the stick coil began to appear featuring a smaller igniter.

According to Bosch, future design challenges for ignition coils will focus on developing even smaller units, while continuing to meet extremely high insulation and temperature requirements, and incorporating electronic circuits.

Discover more about this changing market from our new Global market review of ignition systems

In this first edition report we include exclusive Q&A interviews with senior executives from Bosch and Denso, and reviews the key market drivers for automotive ignitions systems, addressing a number of issues relating to ignition system design, including:

Trends to add more electronics.

Impact of increasing energy requirements

Regional differences in terms of design and technical specifications.

What we could expect of tomorrows ignitions system.

An example of the Contents contained inside the report:

Chapter 1- Introduction

Chapter 2 -Covers market trends, players and shares, plus product fitment forecasts predicting in some detail how market values for ignition coils will evolve in Europe, Japan and North America from 2002 through 2012.

Chapter 3 – Most manufacturers agree with the trend to fit more and more electronics into ignition coils. An auto executive told us: “We have some technology projects which involve us putting more electronics into ignition coils. We expect to reconsider laser investigation technology when the cost has decreased.”

This chapter reviews new product developments and innovations in automotive ignition systems.

Chapter 4 – Provides brief profiles of the major manufacturers, namely: Beru, Bosch, Delphi and Denso.

The Manufacturers mentioned inside this report include:

Beru

Bosch

Delphi

Denso

Japan

US

Brazil

China

List of Figures

Figure 1: Worldwide automotive ignition coil market for passenger cars and light trucks, 2005 ( % of sales volume)

Figure 2: European automotive ignition coil market for passenger cars and light trucks, 2005 (% of sales volume)

Figure 3: Berus pencil-type ignition module developed by Beru for the V8 engine of the Porsche Cayenne

Figure 4: Berus connector ignition coils, pencil-type ignition coils or ignition modules

List of Tables

Table 1: Energy requirements for combustion concept

Table 2: OE ignition coil market for gasoline-powered passenger cars and light trucks, Europe, North America, and Japan, 2002-2012 ( 000s units of sales volume)

Table 3: OE ignition coil market values for gasoline-powered passenger cars and light trucks, Europe, North America, and Japan, 2002, 2012, Euros 000s of sales value

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c42420

Laura Wood

Senior Manager

Research and Markets

Fax: +353 1 4100 980

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