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According to MRFR analysis, the global Automotive Semiconductor Industry is expected to register a CAGR of ~11% from 2022 to 2030 and hold a value of over USD 121 billion by 2030.
Automotive semiconductors refer to the electronic components used in vehicles, including microcontrollers, sensors, power management integrated circuits, and other electronics that enable the various functions and systems of modern vehicles. These semiconductors play a critical role in the development and operation of vehicles, enabling features such as advanced safety systems, infotainment, and advanced powertrains.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the automotive semiconductor industry. The decline in global automotive production and the slowdown in the global economy as a result of the pandemic have reduced demand for automotive semiconductors. Additionally, supply chain disruptions, including disruptions in the production of semiconductors and the temporary closure of automotive manufacturing plants, have also impacted the automotive semiconductor industry. Despite these challenges, the automotive semiconductor industry is expected to recover in the coming years.
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North America is one of the largest markets for automotive semiconductors and is considered to be a major player in the global automotive semiconductor industry. The region has a well-established automotive industry and is home to many leading manufacturers of vehicles and automotive semiconductors. Additionally, the region’s favorable regulatory environment and supportive government policies have made it an attractive market for manufacturers of automotive semiconductors.
Automotive Semiconductor Industry Demand and Growth:
The Automotive Semiconductor Industry has seen significant growth in recent years and is expected to continue to grow in the coming years. This growth can be attributed to the increasing demand for advanced technologies in the automotive industry, such as autonomous driving, connected cars, and electric vehicles (EVs).
The increasing demand for EVs is one of the major drivers for the growth of the Automotive Semiconductor Industry. The demand for EVs is growing due to their environmental benefits, and the increasing availability of charging infrastructure. The increasing production of EVs requires a large number of semiconductors, including power management chips, microcontrollers, and sensors.
The increasing demand for advanced safety features, such as advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), is also driving the growth of the Automotive Semiconductor Industry. ADAS features, such as collision avoidance systems, lane departure warnings, and blind spot detection, require a large number of sensors and processors, which in turn drives the demand for semiconductors.
Another factor driving the growth of the Automotive Semiconductor Industry is the increasing demand for connected cars. The growing demand for connected cars is driven by the increasing popularity of connected services, such as telematics and infotainment. These services require a large number of semiconductors, including microcontrollers, modems, and Wi-Fi chips.
Overall, the increasing demand for advanced technologies in the automotive industry is expected to drive the growth of the Automotive Semiconductor Industry in the coming years.
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The Global Automotive Semiconductor Industry has been segmented into components, and applications.
Based on the component, the market has been segmented into Processor, Analog IC, Discrete Power Device, Sensor, Memory Device, and Logic.
Based on the application, the market has been segmented into Powertrain, Safety, Body Electronics, Chassis, Telematics, and infotainment.
Some of the key market players are NXP Semiconductors, Renesas Electronics, Infineon Technologies, STMicroelectronics, Robert Bosch GmbH, Texas Instruments, ON Semiconductor, ROHM, Toshiba, and Analog Devices.