The Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) market is predicted to grow an average of 10% until 2026 and may cross the $60 billion mark, according to a recent Global Market Insights Report.
The forward collision warning segment held a market share of over 5% in 2019 and is projected to reach $3.5 billion by 2026; the LiDAR segment in the advanced driver assistance system market is set to witness a growth rate of around 10% through 2026; and new safety solutions for the heavy commercial vehicle segment are anticipated to register a CAGR of around 5% from 2020 to 2026, the report found.
The growth is majorly attributed to rising concerns about vehicle safety and increasing government regulations to integrate advanced safety systems into vehicles, the report found. Increasing research and development for the integration of advanced technologies, such as AI, for safety applications will further drive the ADAS market growth.
The adoption of these advanced technologies in ADAS systems will deliver high accuracy and considerably reduce the chances of missed detection and false alarms. Furthermore, companies are forming several strategic agreements to induce advanced technologies in their offerings and gain high competitiveness.
North America's ADAS market accounted for a revenue share of 30% in 2019, owing to rising awareness among the population on advanced safety systems and comfort features in vehicles such as infotainment, self-driving technologies, and ADAS. The U.S. is fast in adopting the latest technologies and has the presence of many automobile manufacturers, such as Ford, Volvo, and Fiat Chrysler, adding to the growth potential of the market.
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