Format: 2016-09-27
Format: 2016-09-27
September 27, 2016 | 79 Pages | SKU: IRTNTR10268

Overview of the global automotive biosensors market

Technavio’s market research analyst predicts the global automotive biosensors market to grow impressively at a CAGR of around 19% between 2016 and 2020. According to the industry analysis, over 90% of the road accidents can be attributed to driver's error including speed and drink-driving. The advent of biosensors in vehicles boosts driving abilities by aiding the facial monitoring system through which the driver's eye movements can be monitored, and an audio warning is given to warn the driver. These devices are primarily designed to gauge the health parameters of the driver. They monitor and detect the driver's distraction and drowsiness. Factors such as the connected car concept, telecom infrastructure development, the shift toward autonomous cars, extending the scope of the connected car and telematics services, and the establishment of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth connectivity in cars are boosting the growth prospects for automotive biosensors market.

As per Technavio’s market analysis, the need to curb road fatalities during night hours is a top priority in the domain of public safety. According to NHTSA report in 2015, passenger vehicle occupants' fatality rate stands three times higher in the night or during the dark hours. Such strong data backing the night time road fatality rates has propelled several OEMs to come up with the technological trend of combining imaging sensors with LiDAR. The combination of sensor technologies includes multiple biosensors such as alcohol-odor detection sensors and eye alertness tracking sensors with LiDAR sensing technologies. Such integrations have produced positive results in vehicle guidance in a fully

September 26, 2016 | 85 Pages | SKU: IRTNTR9880

Global outlook of the automotive pedestrian protection system market

Technavio’s market research analysts have predicted that the global automotive pedestrian protection system market will grow impressively during the predicted period and in terms of revenue, will post a CAGR of more than 33% by 2020. Bosch’s electronic pedestrian protection systems (PPS) offers a safe and cost-effective solution for active impact protection for pedestrians and also fulfils the legal requirements for automotive pedestrian protection on vehicles. The system consists of sensors in the front part of the vehicle and an electronic control unit (ECU) which will trigger actuators that can lift the engine hood within a fraction of a second. This provides a safe buffer for the pedestrian's head in the incidence of an accident. Moreover, it is easy to integrate the system with existing vehicle fronts and does not alter the vehicle’s external appearance. The company also provides further customization to the PPS by letting the buyers decide the location of the sensors. This will encourage more PPS vendors to provide cost-efficient and customized pedestrian safety systems, which in turn, will lead to an increased adoption of PPS in the coming years.

The existing pedestrian detection technologies are slow and require high computing power. However, the pedestrian detection module (PDM) developed by the engineers at the University of California, San Diego, performs in near real-time and with higher accuracy compared to existing systems. This technology incorporates deep learning models and also consists of an inbuilt facility for alarm if a highlighted pedestrian gets too close. This use of computer/synthetic vision systems in PPS will be one of the major trends that will gain traction in the market in the next four years.

Competitive landscape

September 26, 2016 | 78 Pages | SKU: IRTNTR9866

Outlook of the global passenger vehicle replacement tire market

The global market for passenger vehicle replacement tires will experience steady growth and will post a CAGR of over 7% by 2020. The falling rubber prices will act as a boon for this market as it will help vendors to increase their profit margins. Over the past few years, the profiles of tire manufacturers have improved owing to increased global vehicle production, rising pool of aging vehicle population leading to high volume sales, and lower rubber prices elevating profit margins.  The recent drop in rubber prices coincides with a lower remote method invocation (RMI) 1-year aggregate probability of default (PD), which means cash position and financial default likelihoods for 44 globally listed tire manufacturers will be lowered drastically. This decrease in the cash position of vendors will indicate the healthy cash making ability of these companies.

In this market study, it has also been observed that the advent of newer tire brands has started influencing the buying preferences of consumers. Over the last few years, young riders have been more receptive than their older counterparts to tire brands that are less established in the market. In the US, large, well-established tire brands such as BFGoodrich, Goodyear, and Michelin have the highest popularity rates among all generations. However, it has been observed that the millennial population prefers smaller or newer brands in the US market, such as Cooper, Hankook, and Pirelli, when replacing the original equipment tires on their vehicles.

Competitive landscape and key vendors

This market is highly fragmented owing to the

September 26, 2016 | 99 Pages | SKU: IRTNTR9763

Overview of the global rear-seat infotainment market

Rear-seat infotainment systems allow passengers sitting in the rear side of the vehicle to control audio or video sources according their preferences from their seats. Along with entertainment, this system also gives information regarding vehicle, navigation, and connectivity. The introduction of the smartphone-mirroring technology will help in the strong growth of this market during the forecast period. The high demand for in-vehicle connectivity and telematics has led to technological improvements, which aim to enhance the overall in-vehicle experience of both passengers and drivers. The evolution of connectivity in vehicles has resulted in consumers connecting their smartphones and tablets to the vehicle's infotainment system to access enhanced entertainment and information. For instance, Apple's car integration CarPlay interface is available through Pioneer's aftermarket in-dash infotainment offerings. Comprehensive market research carried out by the analysts at Technavio has shown that the global market for rear-seat infotainment will grow at a stupendous CAGR of over 27% by 2020.

In terms of geography, the Americas will dominate this market and account for more than 41% of the total market share by 2020. Much of this region’s high demand for rear-seat infotainment systems will be spurred by the increasing population of baby boomers and the augmented sales of luxury cars. In this region, the demographic plays an important role for the higher adoption of rear-seat infotainment systems. Apart from demography, the recent increase in the number of vendors and vendor offerings will also aid in the strong growth of the market in the next four years.

Competitive landscape and key vendors

This market is concentrated with the presence of a few international vendors.

September 26, 2016 | 104 Pages | SKU: IRTNTR9956

Overview of the global automotive regenerative braking system market

Market research analysts at Technavio have predicted that the global automotive regenerative braking system market will grow impressively during the forecast period and will post a CAGR of more than 33% by 2020. This market research analysis identifies the growing concern for vehicle emission control as one of the primary growth factors for this market. The recent years have witnessed an exponential increase in the demand for automobiles from countries all over the globe. This rising demand for automobiles will have a significant impact on the environment and in turn, will induce governments across the world to introduce regulatory standards towards the need for emission control. Since the mid-sized EV reduces CO2 emissions by 51%, there will be an increase in the development and adoption of efficient vehicles like EVs and hybrid-electric vehicles. This concern for controlling emissions that drives the demand for EVs will, in turn, augment the growth of the automotive regenerative braking system market.

Though the usage of hydraulic systems is currently being adopted only in the utility vehicle segment, its benefits and the availability of space will soon lead to their adoption in the passenger vehicle segment as well. Compared to electric RBS, the hydraulic system has a much better potential efficiency, more power density, and a better energy storage efficiency. As a result, the application of hydraulic regenerative braking system will be high on high-duty and off road applications and will also be adopted by high-performance oriented passenger vehicles. This adoption of the hydraulic system over battery electric system will be one of

September 26, 2016 | 57 Pages | SKU: IRTNTR10392

Overview of the global gasoline particulate filter (GPF) market for passenger cars

Technavio’s market research analyst predicts the global gasoline particulate filter (GPF) market for passenger cars to grow tremendously during the forecast period, posting a CAGR of around 315%.  The growth in the global GPF market for passenger cars is directly proportional to the growth of the gasoline direct injection (GDI) market as the GPF can only be installed in a GDI engine. Due to the increasing installation costs of GPF, OEMs are offering GPF with full-size segments of their vehicles as they are usually priced higher. Currently, the market is going through marginal growth because GDI engines fitted with GPF are available only in the S-class variant of Mercedes-Benz. However, post-2017, the OEMs will integrate GPF units to control their emission levels, and the market will witness an exponential increase in the number of GPF units sold after the effective adoption of Euro 6c emission standards.

One of the latest trends gaining traction in this market is the growing preference for fuel efficiency in passenger cars. The relative increase in the prices of oil and subsequent implications on fuel prices have made customers aware about the efficiency of the cars that they are procuring. The OEMs have started manufacturing cars that are faster and fuel efficient by reducing the size of the powertrain. The European Commission marks the new cars sold in Europe with various emission labels displaying the car’s mpg, L/100 km, and gCO2/km with the view to help drivers in choosing a fuel efficient car. Also, the governments of the US, European Union, Japan, and China are supporting the research and development of innovative technologies for minimizing the dependency on gasoline and diesel cars.