Dublin, November 4, 2021--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ResearchAndMarkets.com has added the "Automotive HMI (Human Machine Interface) Market Opportunity and Competitive Analysis" report" to the products of ResearchAndMarkets.com.
By 2026, the global automotive HMI market is expected to reach USD 28.4 billion, with a compound annual growth rate of 8.8% from 2021 to 2026.
The future prospects of the automotive HMI market are broad, with opportunities in the passenger car, light commercial vehicle and electric vehicle markets. The main driving force of this market is the increasing consumer demand for in-vehicle safety features, OEM efforts to lead the adoption of connected and self-driving cars, and the strong recovery of car production.
Continental AG, Visteon Corporation, Robert Bosch, and Valeo are the major automotive HMI manufacturers.
Due to the continuous innovation of display technology, the central display part is the largest part during the forecast period, followed by the cost reduction of automotive displays.
Due to the growing demand for autonomous driving and electric vehicles, as well as the integration of different display systems, the visual interface part is expected to show the highest growth during the forecast period.
Characteristics of global automotive human-machine interface
Estimated market size: Estimated market size of automotive HMI (calculated by value ($M) shipments).
Trend and forecast analysis: market trends (2015-2020) and forecasts (2021-2026) of each market segment.
Segmentation analysis: The automotive HMI market is divided by value into various market segments such as product, end use, technology, access type, and function type.
Growth Opportunities: Analyze the growth opportunities of different products, end-uses, technologies, access types, and function types in the automotive HMI market.
3. 2015-2026 market trends and forecast analysis
3.2: Global Automotive HMI Market Trends and Forecasts
3.3: Trends and forecasts of the global automotive human-machine interface market
3.4: Global Automotive HMI Market by Product
3.5: Global Automotive HMI Market by End Use
3.6: Global Automotive Human-Machine Interface Market by Technology
3.7: Global Automotive HMI Market by Access Type
3.8: Global Automotive HMI Market by Function Type
4. Analysis of market trends and forecasts by region from 2015 to 2026
4.1: Global Automotive HMI Market by Region
4.2: North American Automotive HMI Market Trends and Forecasts
4.2.1: North American Automotive HMI Market by Product
4.2.2: North American automotive HMI market by end use
4.2.3: North American Automotive HMI Market by Technology
4.2.4: North American Automotive HMI Market by Access Type
4.2.5: North American automotive human-machine interface market by function type
4.2.6: American Automotive HMI Market
4.3: European automotive HMI market trends and forecasts
4.4: Trends and forecasts of the automotive human-machine interface market in the Asia-Pacific region
4.5: ROW Automotive HMI Market Trends and Forecasts
5.5: Porter's five forces analysis
6. Growth Opportunities and Strategic Analysis
6.1.1: Growth opportunities in the global automotive HMI market by product
6.1.2: Growth opportunities in the global automotive HMI market by end use
6.1.3: Growth opportunities in the global automotive human-machine interface market by technology
6.1.4: Growth Opportunities in the Global Automotive HMI Market by Access Type
6.1.5: Growth opportunities in the global automotive HMI market by function type
6.1.6: Growth opportunities in the global automotive HMI market by region
6.2: New trends in the global automotive HMI market
6.3.2: M&A and joint ventures in the global automotive HMI market
7. Brief Introduction of Leading Enterprises
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