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Component Forecast Analytics

Retain and grow market share in the global auto marketplace

Wondering which technologies offer the best value? What your competitors’ component strategies are?

This dedicated portal provides automotive suppliers and OEMs with timely, reliable, and comprehensive component market data and forecasts with optional customized analysis. Forecasts for 150+ components are updated twice a year. Component forecasts and analysis help you:

  • Gain transparency into competitors' books of business
  • Assess supplier plant locations and capacities
  • Source new opportunities with new programs
  • Understand customers' purchasing strategies
  • Monitor the market with win/loss scorecards
  • Measure a supplier's market power

Components Forecast Analytics - Three levels of granularity


CFA Model

6-year model-level forecasts for 90 components
With model-level database and 75+ analytics. Available by component or subsystem.
(some forecasts extend beyond 6 years)



CFA Relations

OEM-Supplier relationships identified for over 600 components across 11 domains
Includes relational OEM-level database and five analytics. Available by domain.



CFA OEM

6-year OEM-level forecasts for over 150 components
With OEM-level forecast database and 35+ analytics. Available by individual components.


Go Beyond the Data

Whether you analyze the data yourself or engage Automotive’s team of component experts to do it for you, each component forecast can help you:

Analysis Insights
Systems Analysis Market trends, issues and revenue projections
Sourcing Analysis Model-specific sourcing identification of component suppliers, attributes and installation volumes by vehicle nameplate and program code
Market Share Analysis Summary tables by OEM, supplier and attributes
Technology Analysis Product-specific technological attributes such as material, process, technology type and modularity
Opportunity Targeting Information to help uncover and target opportunities with tier-1 suppliers and OEMs

Experts

Matteo Fini

He specializes in automotive supply chain, automotive technology research and OEM procurement strategy since 2004. Before leading the 75-strong global analyst team on Supply Chain and Technology (SCT), he established a team of consultants, advising a variety of auto sector stakeholders around market entry strategies, supply chain assessment and technology benchmarking. Before then, in an analyst capacity, he authored numerous studies on OEM procurement strategy in all major regions as well as automotive technology, ranging from carbon fibre to infotainment systems. Over the years he has developed several quantitative metrics and indexes on different topics, for example on OEM-supplier relations, supplier benchmarking and supply chain resiliency.Before joining IHS Markit, he worked in Procurement at an OEM, focusing on product development and procurement business processes. Matteo holds a Master of Science in Automotive Engineering with a major in vehicle systems and sub-systems development from the Polytechnic University of Turin, Italy.

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Jeremy Carlson

Mr. Carlson specializes in the areas of autonomous driving, mobility, and automotive technology and is a key contributor to mobility services topics. He has extensive experience in making presentations to clients and media worldwide. He has worked in automotive electronics market research and analysis with a focus on driver assistance, sensors, autonomous vehicles, and mobility for 12+ years in the analyst role where he gained experience in advanced driver assist systems, technologies, and sensors. Complementary research includes technical topics, regulation and legislation, and the deployment of new and emerging technologies that are becoming more broadly available across the market.He has worked with a number of OEM, supplier, and technology companies in supporting both syndicated and custom analysis to support critical business decisions that shape the landscape of the automotive and transportation industries. Mr. Carlson earned his Bachelor of Arts in Italian Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, US, following his study at the Università di Bologna, Italy.

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Graham Evans

Mr. Evans is Associate Director, Supply Chain, and Technology within the Automotive department at IHS Markit. He leads the global research practice for Powertrain, E-Mobility, and Thermal Systems Component Forecasting. His research interests lie in the areas of batteries, motors, power electronics, charging infrastructure, legislation, and incentives, as well as conventional powertrain components and technologies such as exhaust after treatment. He is also Manager of the Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) Research & Analysis team.Previously employed in engineering positions within the automotive industry, Mr. Evans has 10 years' experience in Powertrain Development and Noise, Vibration, and Harshness (NVH) having previously worked for Ricardo, Bentley Motors, and Jaguar Land Rover.Mr. Evans graduated from Loughborough University in the UK with a Master's Degree in Automotive Engineering and is a Chartered Member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.

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Paolo Martino

Mr. Martino is Associate Director in the Supply Chain & Technology group and is Practice Leader for the Chassis and Materials domains, coordinating and directing a global team of analysts on researching these two topics. He has 10 years of experience working in the automotive industry, helping OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers grow. Thanks also to his previous work in consulting, where he worked until mid-2016, he has been involved in multiple projects assessing OEM lightweighting and materials strategies or evaluating new technology trajectories for Tier 1 Suppliers in the chassis domain. Before then he was a consultant in Lean Management at a management consultancy in Italy.Paolo holds a Master of Science in Economics and Management of Innovation & Technology and a Bachelor in Business Administration, both from Bocconi University in Milan.

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Jeremie Bouchaud

In 2019, Mr. Bouchaud took on the responsibility for the new automotive E/E and Semi service at IHS Markit that oversees electronics/electric architectures and their implementation down at the semiconductor level. In both 2014 and 2015, he was recognized for his excellence as an analyst by awards from the MEMS & Sensor Industry Group, part of the SEMI Association. Since joining IHS Markit in 2010 he developed and led the automotive electronics and semiconductor practice for the technology team. When IHS Markit acquired iSuppli in 2010, he held responsibility for the processing team and the automotive semiconductor practice. With the "NEXUS Market Analysis for MEMS and Microsystems" published in 2005, he pioneered market research for automotive sensors. In 2000, he had co-founded Wicht Technologie Consulting (WTC) in 2000, where he was heading market research for MEMS & Sensors until its acquisition by iSuppli in 2008.His career in technology transfer for sensor technology began at the German office of CEA-LETI. Mr. Bouchaud is a graduate of the Munich University of Applied Sciences and of Ecole Supérieure de Commerce of Grenoble. He speaks German, English, and French fluently.

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Tawhid Khan

Under his guidance, IHS Markit offers custom syndicated services related to ADAS, telematics and its value-added services, connected & autonomous mobility solutions, automotive product life-cycle management, data monetization, technology strategies, and automotive electronics market data for competitive analysis and company market entry/growth planning.Dr. Khan has more than 24 years of research and technology development experience in automotive electronics (Jaguar & Land Rover cars, Volvo, Tata Motors, Dyson EV) and telecommunications software (Marconi, Ericsson, Westinghouse). His automotive experience included full ownership and strategy development of upper body electronics components, in-vehicle network (IVN), driver assistance and sensor system (ADAS), infotainment/telematics systems, application software, and hardware systems. He led several advanced engineering and conceptual vehicle electrical architectural development projects that showcased at external and internal events, such as Geneva Autoshow 2014 for Tata Motors European Centre Plc (TataConnectNext) and Dyson Electric Vehicles experience demonstrator vehicle (EDV).Dr. Khan has written journal papers that included the Journal of Usability Studies, SAE International Journal of Passenger Cars - Electrical & Electronics system, International Journal of Vehicle Design, etc. He received his Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical & Electronics engineering from the University of South Wales. He has an engineering doctorate from the University of Warwick, United Kingdom, along with an MBA in Engineering Business Management from Coventry University, United Kingdom.

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David Trippany

Mr. Trippany is Associate Director, Automotive Supply Chain and Technology at IHS Markit. In this role, he is responsible for managing a growing team of analysts contributing to component forecasts across a wide range of automotive domains. Additionally, Mr. Trippany has global accountability for research and product development efforts for all topics related to automotive UI/UX, HMI (Human Machine Interface) and Interior components.Mr. Trippany has more than 15 years of User-Focused product development experience, primarily in advanced research, User Interface/Experience and product innovation roles. Prior to joining IHS Markit, he held product research and innovation positions at Steelcase, Faurecia Automotive Seating and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. He has a Bachelor's degree in Biology and Pre-Medicine from the University of Findlay (Ohio) and a Master's degree in Human Factors Engineering from The Ohio State University.

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