Upswing in Number of Sensors per Vehicle, Automotive Sensors Market to Record 7.8% CAGR during 2019-28, Finds FMI

Feb 14,2020 | Automotive & Transportation

Automotive sensors that were introduced pre-2010 have become a standard in the present scenario due to positive customer reception and numerous safety as well as environmental regulations. New age sensors introduced in the market today are anticipated to become the norm in the future and may be installed in all vehicles by default.

Moreover, owing to stringent norms against fuel emission and occupants’ safety in developed nations such as the U.S. and Germany, the number of sensors used per vehicle is also increasing. Thus, the global automotive sensors market is projected to reach a valuation of US$ 39 Bn by 2028, as per the latest report by FMI.

“Automotive sensors such as position sensors are deployed in all types of vehicles on a mandatory basis, whereas safety and temperature sensors are offered for additional comfort as per customer demand. Optional sensors are gaining traction at utmost pace, and manufacturers can capitalize on this trend to expand their share in the market,” says an FMI analyst.

Key Takeaways from Automotive Sensors Market Study

For More Detailed Insights on Automotive Sensors Market

  • Though automotive sensors have gained popularity long ago, the penetration of sensors among compact passenger cars is still relatively lesser, making a lot of space for opportunities.
  • Increasing deployment of smart traffic and transport management systems, particularly in tier-I cities of the world is anticipated to provide substantial boost to global automotive sensors market growth.
  • Mandatory installation of few ADAS in passenger and commercial vehicles, particularly in developed countries, has significantly contributed to the overall growth of the automotive sensors market.
  • The most preferred and growing sensor type segment in the current scenario is the safety sensors segment, which will remain in that position, owing to its advanced features and increasing demand for driving luxury and conveyance.
  • OEMs are focussing on less number of recalls to avoid overheads, satisfying customer demand for more comfort and luxurious drive with enhanced safety features complying with advanced warning alert systems.

Automotive Sensors Market: Competition Overview

Advancements in technologies as per the stringent norms against exhaust emissions is one of the prominent trends witnessed among suppliers. The global automotive sensors market is dominated by prominent players holding a major share in the market. There are various small and medium-sized automotive sensor manufacturers, but these account for a minor share in the overall market. Denso Corporation, Robert Bosch GmbH, Continental AG, Delphi Technologies, TE Connectivity, and NXP Semiconductors N.V are identified as prominent players in the global automotive sensors market.

Highly Lucrative Opportunities in Safety Sensors Market

Some of the upcoming safety features aimed at preventing crashes include vehicle-to-vehicle communication, traction control system, active kinematics control, integrated brake control, pedal-travel sensor, etc. Apart from these, features such as GPS data and automatic braking have already gained traction in the automotive market. All aforementioned safety technologies use sensors as a vital part in their operations.

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