“Automotive Advanced Driving Assistance System market to grow at a steady rate over the next decade” says Visiongain report

07 August 2019
Automotive

Visiongain has launched a new automotive report Top 20 Automotive Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Companies Report 2019: Leading Suppliers of Sensors & Semiconductors to OEMs for ADAS Applications (ACC, AEB, AFL, BSM, DMS, FCW, HUD, ISA, LDW, NVS, PDS, PA, RSR, SVC) & Sensors (LIDAR, IR, SRR-MRR, LRR, Cameras (Stereo, Mono, RVC, SVC), Ultrasonic).

As Automated Parking, Adaptive Cruise Control and other ADAS End-User Applications expand from the high-end to mid-range car segment and the NHTSA announces its rear-view camera mandate in North America, our focus is on identifying which company leads the ADAS Market in 2018 and why. Thus, Visiongain assesses that it is essential to establish the shares of the leading Suppliers of ADAS as these companies are the leading manufacturers of the sensors, the chipsets and in general the technology required for ADAS End-User Applications.

The future of road transportation, a future of no road accidents, zero fuel emissions and smart-connected vehicles lies in autonomous, self-driving vehicles. And even though autonomous vehicles are not expected to arrive before 2021, many pieces of the puzzle are already in place in 2018. The development of the required technology goes hand in hand with that of Advanced Driving Assistance Systems (ADAS) while the final piece, regulation, is making substantial steps as more and more car manufacturers obtain licences to tests their autonomous driving technologies.

Therefore, it is important to establish the shares of the leading 20 Suppliers of ADAS in the ADAS market and examine their product portfolio especially since we expect that this market will record huge growth in the following years.

Notes for Editors
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