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Automotive Sensor Demand 2019 to 2028 - April 2021



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Report Summary:

This update shows a forecast recovery in 2021, but with two key risk factors remaining: a resurgence of COVID-19 and long-lasting shortages of semiconductors. Our "Standard" scenario assumes that neither of these have a strong negative impact beyond what is currently understood.  The demand for automotive sensors is thus expected to grow at 8.5% CAAGR in dollar terms between 2020 and 2025.

This download contains in-depth pre-built tables as well as flat files for both packaged sensors and semiconductor element automotive sensor demand.  It also contains three different scenarios to be explored.  These make different assumptions about COVID-19 and semiconductor supply issues.

Note: This forecast does not capture demand from “system-level” sensors such as RADARs and LiDARs.  It does include demand from camera and ultrasonic sensors.  A full assessment of the ADAS sensor market can be seen in the “Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Forecast” series of reports. 

Table of Contents

  1. Cover Page
  2. Key Point Conclusions
  3. Alternative Scenarios
  4. Scenario Overview
  5. World Sensor Overview
  6. Packaged Sensors kU Flat
  7. Packaged Sensors M$ Flat
  8. Semi Sensors kU Flat
  9. Semi Sensors M$ Flat
  10. NAFTA Totals
  11. Japan Totals
  12. Europe Totals
  13. Russia Totals
  14. Korea Totals
  15. China Totals
  16. India Totals
  17. Brazil Totals
  18. Thailand Totals
  19. ROW Totals
  20. ASPs
  21. Vehicle Production
  22. Definitions
  23. Methodology

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