Report on Global and China Automotive Radar Industry 2015-2020

Feb., 18, 2016, Mumbai, India: Market Reports on China presents the report, on “Report on Global and China Automotive Radar Industry [2015-2020] ”. Millimeter-wave radar companies are vigorously developing the next-generation 79GHz radars whose detection accuracy is 2- to 4-fold of the current 77GHz radars.

Global and China Automotive Radar Industry Report, 2015-2020 contains the followings:

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1 Status Quo of ADAS in China
2 Automotive Radar Market and Industry
3 Automotive Millimeter-wave Radar Application Trends
4 Automotive Lidar Application Trends
5 9 Automotive Radar Companies
6 ADAS Development Trends

Automotive radars fall into ultrasonic radar, millimeter-wave radar and lidar. The detection distance of ultrasonic radar is usually not more than 5 meters, mainly suitable for parking assistance. “http://www.marketreportsonchina.com/industry-mfg-market-research-reports-20420/automotive-radar-global-china.html”

Compared with cameras and lidars, the more popular millimeter-wave radars are the only sensors not subject to weather and light. Millimeter-wave radars outperform cameras in terms of velocity and distance detection overwhelmingly, while cameras are better than millimeter-wave radars at object classification and recognition, but inferior to lidars. In 2015, the global market size of automotive millimeter-wave radars hit about USD1.936 billion; it is expected to reach USD2.46 billion in 2016 and USD5.12 billion in 2020, with the most remarkable growth potentials in the field of electronic products.

Lidar enjoys absolute superiority in object tracking, and also perform well in detection accuracy. In future, both of millimeter-wave radar and Lidar will surpass cameras and embrace broader development potentials, and cameras can be only used as the assistant to radars.

At present, millimeter-wave radars consist of 24GHz and 77GHz types, which are subdivided into narrowband (NB) and ultra-wideband (UWB); according to detection range, there.