Market Research Report
Automotive Sensors Market and Trend Analysis by Technology, Key Companies and Forecast, 2021-2036
|Automotive Sensors Market and Trend Analysis by Technology, Key Companies and Forecast, 2021-2036|
Published: April 19, 2022
Content info: 85 Pages
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As cars become more 'smarter' - from today's self-parking cars to tomorrow's self-driving - the total number of connected intelligent sensors per car can only increase. Such clever sensors can only make the car safer. For example, Micro-Electro-Mechanical Sensors (MEMS) can enable pre-crash systems by using wheel sensors to measure vehicle speed, and radar or laser sensors to monitor the distance to vehicles or other objects in front and to the side of the car. The proliferation of closed-loop control systems increasingly require smart sensing solutions.
Some of the notable technology trends with MEMS are the move to smaller sensors, extended range of sensing, improved sensing accuracy, more integrated functions and features and solid-state sensing. A gradual switch from contact to contactless sensors is also seen as automakers demand greater durability and improved reliability and accuracy.
Gesture recognition in cars is said to be the Next Big Thing. Rotating your finger clockwise at a screen could turn up the volume or a finger gesture could answer or decline a call. Such novelties will rely on sensors and cameras in the vehicle cockpit.
The report "Automotive Sensors Market and Trend Analysis by Technology, Key Player and Forecast, 2021-2036" is structured around automotive sensors by type, namely sensors for Powertrain and Emission Control, Interior, Safety and Body Control, Advanced Driver Assist System (ADAS).
Report's forecast section is divided into two -
Both forecast sets refer to sensors fitted to newly-assembled passenger cars and light vehicles across 14 of the world's largest light vehicle markets - which collectively account for more than 98% of world light vehicle production. Reports forecasts range is from 2010 through to 2020 with spot forecasts for 2025 and 2030.
This study further provides a round-up on recent innovations by sensor type and evaluates the forces driving the market for automotive sensors, structured as a PESTER (Political, Environmental, Social, Technological, Economic and Regulatory).
A section on future developments precedes profiles of 22 key industry players, including BorgWarner, Bosch, Continental, Delphi, Denso, Federal-Mogul, Hella, TRW and Valeo.
The top 14 markets accounting for over 98% of global light vehicle production include: North America (US, Canada and Mexico) ; Mercosur (Brazil and Argentina); Western Europe (Germany, Italy, France, UK, Spain, Portugal, Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Austria, Finland and Morocco) ; Central Europe (Turkey, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia); Russia; Japan; China; India; Korea; Thailand; Other Asia; Iran; South Africa; Australia.
Based on exclusive interviews, primary research and proprietary data this study includes -