Radar for automotive: new market dynamic for new players’ positioning

Imaging radar drives the next growth wave and will reach US$4.3 billion by 2027, equating to 30% of the total radar market.

Yole Développement (Yole) releases today the Radar for Automotive 2022 report. This technology and market study analyzes the technical challenges and business opportunities. With this new report, the market research and strategy consulting company provides a comprehensive overview of the radar technologies applied to automotive applications, as well as detailed market data. Yole’s analysts deliver a valuable understanding of the value chain, infrastructure, and competitive landscape. This report is one of the comprehensive RF electronics collection of products, including technology & market reports, monitors, and dedicated teardowns offered by Yole and its partner System Plus Consulting. The analysis of the technology evolution and strategic choices made by the leading radar companies has been further developed in this new automotive radar report, thanks to the Automotive Radar Comparison report from System Plus Consulting.

Both partners, Yole and System Plus Consulting, have developed a core radar expertise with dedicated technology and reverse engineering experts. All year long, analysts deliver a comprehensive understanding of the RF industry, combining technical insights and market evolution.

Cédric Malaquin, Team Lead Analyst, RF Devices & Technology at Yole, asserts: “The first commercial automotive radar was introduced in 2000 for Daimler and BMW cars. During 2020 and 2021, leading radar suppliers launched their 5th-generation radars. Modern automotive radar sensors inherit from this longstanding evolution cycle. Up to now, the upgrades mainly focused on cost and form factor optimization, which explains the trend towards integration that the industry has pursued.”

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Source: http://www.yole.fr/, https://www.systemplus.fr/

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