Chen, Y., Lin, G., and He, Y., "Evaluation of Shanghai’s Industry Chain of Intelligent and Connected Vehicles Based on AHP Method," SAE Technical Paper 2017-01-1989, 2017.
Chinese National projects “13th Five Year Plan” and “Made in China 2025” have both put forward a goal of developing Intelligent and Connected Vehicles(ICV). Shanghai is a typical city of automobile industry which spearhead the development of China’s ICV industry. After the adjustment and transition of industrial structure, Shanghai has initially formed the industrialization layout of ICV covering core areas including environmental perception, intelligent decision-making, actuator, human-computer interaction and vehicle integration. However, currently Shanghai is still in the beginning stage and there exists a large gap with world advanced level in both the core technology and marketization. This article is based on former qualitative survey combined with quantitative analysis which uses the Analytic Hierarchy Process(AHP) method to objectively evaluate the status quo and development trend of Shanghai’s ICV. By comprehensive ranking and analysis of the whole industrial chain, the superior fields of the industry which need promotion and the inferior fields which need reinforce will both be found out. Meanwhile, several relevant suggestions will be given on how to improve the development capacity of Shanghai’s ICV which can help with government’s industry planning of ICV and is also conducive to the long-term planning of relevant enterprises.