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Continental and Bosch lead ADAS market 2015

According to the latest Semicast analysis, Continental was the leading vendor of electronics for automotive ADAS in 2015, ahead of Bosch and Autoliv.
Collectively the top ten vendors accounted for almost ninety percent of the ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) market.

Semicast estimates that revenues for ADAS electronics are forecast to grow to around USD 7 billion in 2022, from USD 3 billion in 2015, a CAGR of almost thirteen percent. Revenues for total automotive electronic controllers are forecast to grow to almost USD 86 billion in 2022, from an estimated USD 53 billion in 2015, a CAGR of seven percent. ADAS is thus forecast to be the fastest growing sector for automotive electronic controllers from 2015 to 2022.

Semicast’s ADAS electronics vendor share analysis
  1. Continental - 18% market share
  2. Bosch (15%)
  3. Autoliv (14%)
  4. Magna (9%)
  5. ZF TRW (7%).

Colin Barnden, Principal Analyst at Semicast Research and study author, commented “From an electronics perspective, Semicast judges the building blocks necessary to support fully autonomous driving as now in place. Tesla’s experience with the Autopilot function demonstrates that, for now, ADAS remains firmly in the category of driver assistance rather than automated driving. However the reliability, regulatory and legal issues which currently limit ADAS operation are all expected to be resolved steadily over the coming decade.”


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