Autonomous Emergency Braking System Market
Autonomous emergency braking system (AEBS) is a new safety technology increasingly being fitted to vehicles, which monitors the traffic conditions ahead and automatically brakes the car if the driver fails to respond to an emergency situation. AEB is seen by experts as an important development as is the seatbelt, but rather than protecting the occupant in the event of a crash, it aims to prevent the crash happening in the first place. The application of autonomous emergency braking system industry is engaged in advanced driver assistance system (ADAS).
The global autonomous emergency braking system market is driven by rise in number of road accidents, and high adoption rate of advanced braking systems. However, high cost of AEBS technology hampers the autonomous emergency braking system market growth.
Significant players operating in the autonomous emergency braking system market are Robert Bosch GmbH, Continental AG, Delphi Automotive LLP, ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Mobileye, Autoliv Inc., Hyundai Mobis, AISIN SEIKI Co., Ltd., Hitachi Automotive Systems, Ltd., and Mando Corporation.
The global autonomous emergency braking system market is segmented on the basis of product type, technology, vehicle type, and region. By product type, the market is divided into low-speed AEBS & high-speed AEBS. By technology, the autonomous emergency braking system market is classified into crash imminent braking and dynamic brake support. By vehicle type, the market is categorized into passenger and commercial vehicles. Based on region, it is analyzed across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and LAMEA.
Top Impacting Factors
Factors that are expected to impact the global autonomous emergency braking system market during the forecast period are rise in number of road accidents and high adoption rate of advanced braking systems. However, the impact of factors, such as high cost of AEBS technology, is expected to diminish during the forecast period.
Rise in Number of Road Accidents
According to the fact sheet of “World Health Organization”, road traffic injuries are the leading cause of death among people aged between 15 and 29 years & 1.25 million people die every year as a result of road accident. Also, 90% of the world's fatalities on the roads occur in low & middle economical countries, though such countries have approximately 54% of the world's vehicles. Moreover, for most of the countries road accidents cost 3% of their gross domestic product (GDP). Such factors result in increased demand of the vehicles, which are equipped with autonomous emergency braking system (AEBS) for safety & security of the vehicle, driver, and people. Furthermore, road accidents cause considerable economic losses to individuals, their families, and to nations as a whole. Such losses arise from the cost of treatment as well as lost productivity for people killed or disabled by their injuries, and for the rest of family members which in turn fuels the demand of AEBS to avoid road accidents.
High Adoption Rate of Advanced Emergency Braking System
Advanced emergency braking systems (AEBS) has a very high potential in case of crash avoidance & crash mitigation. basic functions of AEBS are to either avoid or at least mitigate a collision with a vehicle ahead or a stationary vehicle. This can be achieved either by warning the driver or, if applicable, by an autonomous braking of the vehicle. Systems with enhanced functions also respond on pedestrians, bicyclists, and other road users. Such advantages of AEBS are increasing its adoption rate over the globe. For instance, according to the German Automobile Club (ADAC), advanced emergency braking systems have already offered for about 85% of all passenger car models that are available in Germany. In addition, the European general safety regulation has already made AEBS mandatory for commercial vehicles (with the exemption of category N1) as well as for buses and coaches.
High Cost of AEBS
The cost of installation of AEBS increases the overall price of the vehicle and becomes the prime factor in terms of overall cost of the vehicle. Due to the presence of such cost constraints, the more efficient (expensive) systems are first implemented in premium brand vehicles, where the impact of the cost of the system on the overall cost of the vehicle is minor than for standard brands vehicles. For instance, Subaru’s EyeSight starts at $1,195. Moreover, for standard brands, less expensive systems are implemented but it usually covers less scenarios. It induces a smaller benefit for the road safety even if they have higher market share. For instance, Toyota’s system costs as little as $500.
- This study comprises analytical depiction of the global autonomous emergency braking system market with current trends and future estimations to depict the imminent investment pockets.
- The overall autonomous emergency braking system market potential is determined to understand the profitable trends to gain a stronger foothold.
- The report presents information related to key drivers, restraints, and opportunities with a detailed impact analysis.
- The current market is quantitatively analyzed from 2017 to 2023 to highlight the financial competency of the market.
- Porter’s Five Forces analysis illustrates the potency of the buyers and suppliers in the autonomous emergency braking system industry.
Autonomous Emergency Braking System Market Key Segments:
By Product Type
- Low-speed AEBS
- High-speed AEBS
- Crash Imminent Braking
- Dynamic Brake Support
By Vehicle Type
- Passenger Vehicle
- Commercial Vehicle
- North America
- Rest of Europe
- Rest of Asia-Pacific
- Latin America
- Middle East
Key Market Players Profiled
- Robert Bosch GmbH
- Continental AG
- Delphi Automotive LLP
- ZF Friedrichshafen AG
- Autoliv Inc.
- Hyundai Mobis
- AISIN SEIKI Co., Ltd.
- Hitachi Automotive Systems, Ltd.
- Mando Corporation