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Automotive Semiconductor Market TrackerAugust 16, 2019The automotive semiconductor market was worth $41.8 billion in 2018, almost $1 billion less than previously estimated. The global economic uncertainty affected car production in 2018 and memory prices finally started to decrease, but the automotive electronics market still grew 9.5% from 2017 to 2018.Subscribers Only
Renesas Maintains Dominance in Automotive Semiconductor MarketApril 17, 2014Renesas remained the leader in the automotive semiconductor race in 2013, with the company’s dominance in microcomponents and logic integrated circuits (IC) helping it to hold a half-billion-dollar gap over the second-place competitor.
Panasonic is Top Infotainment Supplier in 2012September 09, 2013Japan’s Panasonic in 2012 remained the top supplier of automotive infotainment systems, putting it at the forefront of the fast-growing market for equipment that delivers information and entertainment to motorists. Panasonic posted automotive infotainment revenue of nearly $4 billion in 2012, giving it a 12.1 percent share of global market revenue. In a replication of the results of 2011, Panasonic along with the rest of the Top 10 accounted for nearly two-thirds of overall vehicle infotainment revenue in 2012. Of the industry’s total revenue last year of $34.55 billion, the Top 10 accounted for $22.62 billion, or 65 percent.
Fast Charging is Key to Accelerating Electric Vehicle GrowthNearly 200,000 fast DC charging stations expected to be installed by 2020July 19, 2013
With the demise of electric vehicle (EV) battery-swap station innovator Better Place, fast-charging technologies are expected to drive the growth of the worldwide EV recharging market, with the number of stations growing more than 10 times by 2020. Fast-charging stations for electric vehicles are set to reach nearly 200,000 cumulative locations globally in 2020, up from 5,900 cumulative locations in 2013. Next year, the number of fast-charging stations is expected to more than double to 15,000 cumulative units. \
Auto MEMS Sensors to Keep Expanding toward Banner Growth in 2014Safety mandates in cars like ESC and TPMS will be the main driversJuly 15, 2013Sales of automotive microelectromechanical system (MEMS) sensors are expected to reach a high-water mark in two years as car-safety mandates come to full maturity and achieve maximum saturation...
Wireless Technologies to Proliferate in CarsMechanisms like Bluetooth and embedded cellular to see more robust growth than wired solutionsJuly 05, 2013
Wireless technologies like Bluetooth and embedded cellular will gain increasing importance for automotive infotainment and safety purposes over wired solutions, providing solid revenue growth this year and beyond. Revenue for original equipment manufacturers (OEM) of wireless solutions in cars will reach a projected $1.17 billion this year, up a respectable 5 percent from $1.11 billion last year. While growth this year has moderated from the sizable double-digit increases of 2011 and 2012, continued expansion is assured in the years ahead. An uptick in the 8 percent range is expected during both 2014 and 2015, with revenue headed toward $1.57 billion by 2018.
Cameras in Motor Vehicles to Grow More Than Fivefold by 2020Increased focus on safety from OEMs and government mandates drive high growthMay 16, 2013
Driven by declining prices, usage of cameras in motor vehicles is set to soar in the coming years, rising by a factor of more than five from 2012 to 2020. Shipments of cameras for cars will rise to 82.7 million units in 2020, up from 16.0 million units in 2012. Shipments will surge to 20.2 million units this year. Current camera offerings in cars range from the reverse and park camera to blind-spot detection, to night vision, to a system that shows the entire car and its surroundings from a top-down point of view.