Automotive Camera Market 2025 by Application | BIS Research
Automotive Camera Market 2025 by Application | BIS Research
Automotive Camera market to grow at a significant CAGR of 13.94% during 2020-2025.

The automobile industry maintains a very strong presence and value, considering the fact that many major corporations have challenges with overcapacity and low profitability. The sector also has decent benefits for well-paid workers, has close ties with producers (which gives it an oversized position in economic development), and has a strong political impact. Technology has also redefined the way vehicles use fuel, with the internal combustion engine and gasoline-fed engines starting to displace wind, hybrid and solar energy systems in automobiles as the driving power of the future. Around the same time, though, the advancement of automated technology and continuous computers have started to improve consumer interactivity while reducing the need to take direct control of ‘driving.

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Many new vehicles have autonomous systems, such as autonomous emergency braking (AEB). AEB systems use radar, cameras, and lidar technologies to determine the road ahead and figure out possible accidents. In general, these devices warn the driver that action is required to avert a potential collision, and then, if no action is taken, the AEB will be activated on the driver’s behalf. The use of tiny cameras in the vehicle makes it easier for the driver to search for concealed items that are normally impossible for the driver to see from the driving seat. There are tire pressure sensors to avoid collisions, lane shift sensors, and crash control sensors. The use of an anti-lock brake mechanism and stability control both allow drivers to keep their vehicles under control while driving.

Rear View Camera Segment Dominates Global Automotive Camera Market

One of the key reasons driving the development of the vehicle rear view camera is the emphasis on reducing the rising number of deaths when reversing. Rear view cameras help to navigate the car at low speed, including driving on or parking at the sluggish curbside. The vision scheme for the car is continually shifting from traditional parking system to new solutions based on rear parking sensors. In order to allow greater vision and minimize injuries, the camera-assisted parking system has now been upgraded to a 360-degree surround view. In addition, safety regulatory requirements have culminated in rear view cameras integrating into all cars for OEMs, thus providing an impetus of growth for the market segment.

Passenger Cars Segment Dominate the Automotive Camera Market

The passenger car segment has a large market share in the automotive camera market compared to the commercial vehicle segment due to the more usage of cameras in passenger cars. A few companies in the automotive camera market, such as Robert Bosch GmbH, Denso Corporation, and Mobileye N.V., manufacture cameras specifically designed for commercial vehicles. A passenger vehicle often incorporates advanced camera systems such as AI-enabled thermal camera systems, lane change detection, blind spot detection, and emergency braking system, which are costlier and have complex semantics to give a better driving experience to the drivers.

North America Foreseen to Witness Fastest Growth in the Automotive Camera Market

The demand for automotive cameras varies according to various regions. The automotive camera market holds a prominent share in various countries of North America, Asia-Pacific and Japan (APJ), China, the U.K., and Europe.

growth in the sales of dashboard cameras for security purposes. In 2019, the United States manufactured just XX million cars and trucks, but still ranks as the world’s second largest automotive maker, with a market share of just under XX percent. Although its passenger car production was lower than that of Japan and Germany, the U.S. produced almost twice as many commercial vehicles as any other country, including more than five times as many as Japan.

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Competitive Landscape

The competitive landscape of the automotive camera market consists of different strategies undertaken by major players across the entire value chain to gain market presence. Some of the strategies adopted by automotive camera manufacturers are product launches, mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, and collaborations. Among all the strategies adopted, partnerships, collaborations, and contracts have dominated the competitive landscape. Ficosa International S.A., Continental AG, Denso Corporation, and OmniVision Technologies, Inc. are some of the leading players in the automotive camera market.