Automotive Electronic Devices: Technologies and Global Markets
The global market for automotive electronic devices was estimated to be worth $15.1 billion in 2010. At a CAGR of 2.9%, the automotive electronic devices market is expected to grow to $17.4 billion in 2015.
This report is divided into five main parts: GPS devices, in-dash players/entertainment systems, automotive video devices, satellite radio, and radar detectors. The following is provided for each category:
- Definition and further segmentation
- Overall market
- Geographic data
- Revenue by end application
- Business models
- Growth forecast and market trends
- Key players and market share
The report also includes a high-level discussion of the hardware and software design that pertains to each segment.
This report will provide the following:
- Understanding of the architecture of automotive electronic devices and the roles played by different hardware and software components
- Understanding of the market segment and the factors driving its growth
- Knowledge of business models used in different market segments
- Market potential for each segment and projections for the next 5 years
Anand Joshi has more than 16 years of experience in the consumer electronics industry as well as the embedded and semiconductor industries.
As an industry executive, he has often been involved in developing market strategies, market projections, and modeling. He brings his extensive industry expertise and knowledge to the development of this report.
The automotive electronics industry is not a precisely defined sector and has not yet been assigned in any of the major economic classification codes or activities. Basically, the scope of this report is limited to those automotive electronic technologies and systems in which the prime function is occupant safety. Thus, the scope of the report includes OEM sales of anti-lock braking systems (ABS), traction control systems (TCS), automatic stability control (ASC) systems, airbags and similar occupant-restraint systems, electronic fuel injectors, engine management systems and other powertrain systems, on-board navigation and driver information systems, entertainment systems, electronic security devices, and body electronics.
The scope of this report is comprehensive, covering the present status of and future prospects for OEM automotive electronics in the United States and Canada. It covers the many issues concerning the merits and future prospects of the automotive electronics , including automobile company strategies and electronic technologies.