Growing focus on active safety to decrease road accidents has shifted the focus of OEMs towards developing and incorporating new and advanced automotive radar systems. According to ‘Association for Safe International Road Travel’ (ASIRT), nearly 3,287 deaths per day are reported globally due to road accidents. Advancing automotive technology and concern to reduce road mishaps, has raised expectations for advance systems in vehicles such as automotive radar to improve vehicle safety. These systems transmits electromagnetic (EM) waves at microwave frequency and gather information with the help of electronic control unit about the obstacles within the vicinity of the vehicle.
As per the survey conducted by ‘Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’, one out of three lives can be saved by using radar system in the vehicle. Implementation of automotive radar systems in passenger and commercial vehicles started in early 90s, however owing to technological limitations, focus on further advancement slowed over the time. But, over the past decade, where active safety technology emerged as major hot spot for research, brought automotive radar system in the limelight again. Smaller devices with high operational frequency are being deployed so as to serve multiple applications. Furthermore favorable macro-economic and supportive regulatory framework is expected to create significant opportunity over the next few years. Regulatory approval of upcoming radar technology such as 79 GHz band radar across emerging markets such as India, Mexico etc. can generate robust growth opportunities in the market.
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