“Automotive X-By-Wire Systems Market Set To Reach To 116.3 Million Units In 2017”
10 August 2017
Visiongain has published a new automotive report Automotive X-by-Wire Systems Market Report 2017-2027 : Forecasts, Segmentation & Analysis By Type (Shift-by-Wire, Throttle-by-Wire, Active Suspension-by-Wire, Park-by-Wire, Others) By Technology (Engine Control, Chassis Control) & By Region Plus Analysis of Leading Companies Developing Electronic Control Technologies for Performance, Efficiency & Vehicle Safety.
As the world gradually, but perceptibly, transitions from the traditional mechanical systems in vehicles to the electromechanical and electronic architecture and systems, the automotive X-by-wire systems will play a major role in this evolution. The OEMs are rigorously trying to implement these systems into vehicles since they provide a plethora of advantages such as low emissions, increased safety & comfort and vehicle efficiency. Moreover, the increasing demand for vehicle safety at the consumer end is also driving the adoption of these systems into the upcoming automobiles.
The visiongain report analyst commented “There is a key emphasis on vehicle performance, comfort and safety by the consumer which is one of the major decision driving factors in regards to vehicle sales. The consumer is very much concerned about the vehicle performance, comfort and safety while making a buying decision which has forced the OEMs to produce highly safe and comfortable vehicles. This has majorly driven the X-by-Wire technology market with the slow and steady incorporation of these highly advanced and innovative vehicle technologies. Technologies such as Steer-by-Wire and Brake-by-Wire have increasingly high penetration rates in passenger cars manufactured in developed nations such as the U.S., Germany, France, U.K. amongst others. However, these systems are slowly and steadily finding inroads into the developing nations such as India, Mexico and Brazil amongst others.”
Leading companies featured in the 156 page report who are developing automotive X-by-wire systems include CTS Corporation, Infineon Technologies, JLR Automotive, Curtiss-Wright, Mobil Elektronik, Lords Corporation and Orscheln Products
• CTS Corporation
• Infineon Technologies
• JLR Automotive
• Lords Corporation
• Mobil Elektronik GmBH
• Nissan Motor
• Orscheln Products
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