The “Indian Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Market, 2020” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
The Indian ADAS market Radar features Robert Bosch, Continental Corporation India, Denso India, HELLA India, Delphi Automotive, Mando Automotive, Wabco India, and Infineon Technologies. While quite a dozen smaller companies either are exploring the market or have recently entered it, the publisher has identified these 8 as the market powerhouses.
This report analyzes and benchmarks these 8 companies across selective criteria to reveal market positioning using their Growth and Innovation scores as highlighted within the publisher’s methodology. The document presents competitive profiles supported the companies’ strengths and opportunities, including a little discussion on their positioning. Industry leaders on both the expansion and Innovation indices are recognized as best practice recipients.
A future mobility landscape characterized by zero road fatalities is a top goal pursued by legislators, automotive suppliers, and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) across the world. To realize this vision, automotive companies are exploring advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) to enrich their vehicle lineups’ active safety portfolios. Today’s systems primarily include cameras and radars that perceive surroundings to enhance navigation, though each has inherent limitations.
Currently, the Indian ADAS market is in its infancy stage and just a little percentage of vehicles is fitted with these solutions, which fall within the lower levels (1-2) of driving autonomy classification. The publisher finds that the ADAS market in India is rising in response to the escalating need for safer driving conditions.
As an emerging economy, India’s IT infrastructure development on highways is sluggish as compared to its Western counterparts. As such, 3G and 4G-LTE communication networks, which are key pillars for connectivity, are limited to urban and semi-urban areas. For the wide-scale adoption of ADAS, government support is needed for scaling up infrastructure and implementing stricter road safety regulations.
In India, only a couple of premium sedans offer ADAS features, like adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assistance, and emergency braking. Owing to infrastructural limitations and low customer awareness about ADAS functionalities in India, mass-scale implementation is a short-to-medium term vision for the mobility industry. Yet the main OEMs have realized the market’s price sensitivity and thus have limited progress within the development of sensors.
These industry players are gradually endeavoring to optimize performance through a mixture of cost-effective sensors, radars, cameras, and integrated machine learning capabilities. This has created a hunting ground for key global suppliers to extend their foothold and gain first-mover advantage by forging strategic alliances with domestic suppliers, OEMs, and IT companies.
Key Topics Covered:
Strategic Imperative and Growth Environment
- The Strategic Imperative
- The Growth Environment
Companies to Action
- Robert Bosch
- Denso India
- Wabco India
- Mando Automotive
- Continental Corporation India
- Delphi Automotive
- Infineon Technologies
- Hella India
Impacts on Key Industry Participants
- Significance of Being on the Report
- Empowers the CEO’S Growth Team
- Empowers Investors
- Empowers Customers
- Empowers the Board of Directors
- Benchmarking Future Growth Potential
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