Occupant Classification System Market is anticipated to be worth over USD 3 billion by 2025. Airbags have become a crucial feature for vehicle safety systems, reducing road accidents significantly. However, airbag impacts have injured several occupants, especially children & infants, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The occupant classification system industry growth can be attributed to the need for restraining systems for airbag forces. These systems can detect an occupant’s size, position, and weight to deploy and suppress the pressure, enabling passenger safety.
The technological advancements in automotive electronics have influenced product developments & innovations in the occupant classification system market. Automotive manufacturers are relying more on the electronics & sensor systems to enhance safety. Moreover, the emergence of autonomous vehicles and connected car technologies have boosted developments in sensor technologies. The evident rise in the global automotive sector and the need for advanced safety features are expected to drive market growth. The demand for luxury cars has increased, particularly in the Asia Pacific region. Automakers, including Audi and Mercedes-Benz, have recorded growing sales in countries such as India.
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The majorly used technologies in the occupant classification system market include a strain gauge system, bladder system, and pressure sensitive tape system. The pressure sensitive tape system is implemented mostly in luxury cars. The electronic-field sensing, 3D camera, and ultrasonic sensors are some of the recent advanced technologies being developed by manufacturers. Robert Bosch, TE Connectivity, Joyson Safety Systems, and IEE Sensing are the prominent players in the occupant classification system market. Several models of Honda, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Buick, and Ford have been embedded with occupant classification systems. Nissan has its own brand, Calsonic Kansei, which develops the occupant classification system mostly used on Nissan vehicles.
The occupant classification system market can be hampered by some factors. There have been cases of fake airbags implemented in cars, which were found during car crash investigations. Though the percentage is low, the quality standards of airbags, especially in the aftermarket, can affect the global market growth. In 2017, a 58-year-old Australian was killed due to the failure of the airbag system as reported by the Metropolitan Crash Investigation Unit. Additionally, the rising prices of cars due to the implementation of airbags and occupant classification systems, especially in economy class vehicles, can restrain the industry growth
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