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Automotive Adaptive Front Light Market Research Report|COVID-19 Impact, Outlook and Future Scope Analysis Forecast till 2023

07.29.2020 · Posted in Writing and Speaking

The Adaptive Front-lighting System (AFS) is a part of the active safety system of a middle-high end passenger car that provides an optimized vision to the driver during night time other poor-sight conditions of the road. This is done by adapting the headlight angle or intensity, and judging the speed of the car, the steering wheel angle, the weather condition. The global market for global Automotive Adaptive Front Light market is expected to witness significant growth between 2016 and 2023.

Market Overview:

Adaptive front-lighting systems in vehicles optimize the distribution of light from the headlights, according to driving circumstances. Depending on vehicle speed and steering input, the system points the low-beams headlights in the direction the driver intends to travel.  

High initial cost associated with automotive adaptive front light, may act as a major restraining factor in the automotive adaptive front light market.

The global automotive adaptive front light market has been segmented, on the basis of type, as Halogen and LED. On the basis of vehicle type the market has been segmented as passenger vehicle and commercial vehicle. On the basis of region the market for adaptive front light has been segmented as North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa and South America.

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Key Players

Recent stats show that despite 60 percent less traffic on the roads, more than 40 percent of all fatal accidents occur at night. The objective behind the application of lighting in an automobile was to improve visual conditions for the driver. In recent times, decreased visibility due to darkness has resulted in alarmingly high number of accidents. The advanced front light systems technology not only focuses on acting as a light source but also on reducing glare, distinguishing obstacles by using IR or UV lights. With the only source of lighting in the darkness being the street lamps and the front light systems of the vehicle, there exists an increasing need for enhanced lighting systems in vehicles for higher safety.    

The key players of global automotive adaptive front light market are Saicheng Autoparts (China), Hella (Germany), Koito Manufacturing (Japan), Magneti Marelli (Italy), Stanley Electric (Japan), North American Lighting (U.S.), Varroc (U.S.), OSRAM (Germany), Valeo (France), Neolite (China). In 2016, these companies accounted for a share of XX% of the global market.

Market Research Analysis:

Asia Pacific is the leading market for the automotive adaptive front light market, while North America and Europe are the other two leading regions, mainly due to the established automotive industry. Existence of major manufacturers in this region is also a key driver for this market. Heavy investment in research and development enable manufacturers in this region to develop new techniques and products to tap into the future market trends.   

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