Monday, June 10, 2019

Yole on Automotive Cameras

Yole Developpement article on ADAS and automotive camera adoption is mostly based on its "Imaging for Automotive 2019" report:

"Cameras are now standard equipment for automobiles, with 124M image sensors shipped in 2018. Automotive camera modules have reached $3B and are expected to grow at an 11% CAGR, reaching $5.7B by 2024.

Over the past five years, viewing applications have been at the core of market growth – with rearview, surround-view, and black box becoming ubiquitous. Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) cameras, which currently represent 40% of the business, will provide additional growth for years to come thanks to growing adoption rates.

Interestingly, the eruption of imaging in automotive has not fully benefit big incumbents like Bosch, Denso, Sony, and Samsung, which now must double their efforts in order to get back in the game. Intel and Sony will certainly use their respective strength and #1 overall position to gain market share in automotive, but already-established players like Xilinx, Toshiba, ON Semiconductor, and Omnivision definitely have an edge in this conservative, price-sensitive market.

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