As the automotive industry shifts towards the age of autonomy, the importance of automotive cameras cannot be overstated. These complex components form a critical part of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicles, tasked with the crucial vision-based information gathering that helps systems make reasoned decisions. From providing a comprehensive 360-degree view around the vehicle to enabling advanced safety and convenience features like lane keeping assist, parking assist, and blind spot detection, the application of automotive cameras is paramount.
This market research report delves deep into this budding market, characterized by growth and competitiveness. The analysis skilfully profiles the top suppliers offering advanced sensing solutions for ADAS and autonomous vehicle applications in the automotive camera market. The comprehensive Frost Radar methodology presents an overview of market positioning, highlighting growth and innovation scores of industry leaders, uncovering their strengths, opportunities, and strategic positioning. Get ahead of the curve by gaining insights into the technology that will shape the future of the automotive industry.
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Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicles use cameras as an integral part of the perception sensor suite to gather vision-based information that helps systems make logical decisions through artificial intelligence-based sensing and perception algorithms that enable autonomous driving features.
Automotive cameras are broadly classified as either visible or infrared and primarily are mounted on a vehicle’s front, rear, and side (mirror) to provide a 360-degree view of the vehicle’s environment.
The automotive camera market is in the growth stage and is quite competitive, with automakers using one or multiple camera sensors for safety, assistance, and convenience features such as blind spot detection, lane keeping assist, lane departure warning, parking assist, and automated parking.
Some safety features that use cameras as the primary sensor have been mandated for all new vehicles sold in the European Union. While some ADAS features are not yet mandated in North America and parts of the Asia-Pacific region, automakers offer these as convenience or nice-to-have features in their flagship vehicles. Suppliers and technology players are developing perception-sensing solutions including camera and vision systems that address the sensing requirements of the vehicle in all driving environments.
This Frost Radar analysis provides an overview of the top suppliers in the automotive camera market offering advanced sensing solutions for ADAS and autonomous vehicle applications.
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Table of Contents
- Strategic Imperative
- Growth Environment
- Frost Radar: Automotive Cameras
- Frost Radar: Competitive Environment
- Significance of Being on the Frost Radar
- Frost Radar Empowers the CEO's Growth Team
- Frost Radar Empowers Investors
- Frost Radar Empowers Customers
- Frost Radar Empowers the Board of Directors
- Frost Radar: Benchmarking Future Growth Potential
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