Chicago, IL, May 12, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Automotive Keyless Entry – Report Insights
This market research report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the Worldwide Automotive Keyless Entry System Market for the period 2015-2021. This market research report includes a detailed market segmentation of the Worldwide Automotive Keyless Entry System Market by:
1) By Product Type
a) Remote key-less Entry
b) Passive Key-less Entry
2) By Vehicle Type
a) Passenger Cars
b) Heavy Commercial Vehicle
c) Light Commercial Vehicle
3) By End Market
a) Original Equipment Manufacturers
b) After Market
4) By Geographic Region
a) North America
e) Middle East
The automotive industry has changed structurally over the past few decades, until late 1980’s an automobile largely consisted of mechanical components however since then the automotive industry has transformed most of its mechanical mechanism into electronic/electrical components. One such example is the automotive keyless entry system, in the past all vehicle doors were unlocked using a mechanical key which has transformed and evolved into high-end advanced electronic entry systems using integrated circuits that communicate through electromagnetic signals to lock or unlock the vehicle door. A keyless entry system provides vehicle access without using traditional mechanical key, offering higher security and convenience. Market research analysts at Beige Market Intelligence, expect the Automotive Keyless Entry System to reach approx. 134 million units by 2021.
Automotive Keyless Entry Market Size and Forecast
The Worldwide Automotive Keyless Entry System Market has been segmented on the basis of product type which include Remote key-less Entry and Passive Key-less Entry. Over the years, Remote keyless entry system has gained rapid adoption among the consumers due to the convenience and added security from vehicle theft making it the most predominant vehicle entry system globally. This system was initially introduced in luxury vehicle segment and latter was adopted in mass mid-segment vehicles during late 1990’s. In 2015, Remote key-less Entry was the largest segment and accounted for around 70 million units. The Remote key-less Entry segment is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 5% between 2015 and 2021.
Automotive Keyless Entry Segmentation
The Automotive Keyless Entry System Market has also been segmented on the basis of vehicle type. Among the vehicle types, passenger cars is the largest volume and value market for automotive. As passenger cars form the fundamental for personal transportation this segment will remain the largest market during the forecast period. In 2015, passenger cars segment was at around 75 million units and is expected to continue its dominance during the forecast period.
Automotive Keyless Entry Geographic Segmentation
The Worldwide Automotive Keyless Entry System Market has been segmented on the basis of geography. This market research report has categorized the entire market into five regions namely North America, APAC, Europe, Latin America and Middle East & Africa. In 2015, North America dominated the market with around 35 million units followed by Europe and Asia. Asia is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 6% during the forecast period. With the rapid economic growth in APAC region, the per-capita income has drastically increased over the past couple of years which has increased the purchasing power of consumers leading to higher automobile sales. Moreover, APAC has become a prime offshore location for automotive manufacturing.
Automotive Keyless Entry Key Vendors and Market Share
This market research report profiles the major companies in the Worldwide Automotive Keyless Entry System market and also provides the competitive landscape of key players. Within the report covers the entire market outlook regarding the value chain operating within the market. The major players in the market include Continental, ZF TRW, Valeo, Hella, Delphi. Other prominent vendors in the market include Marquardt, Alps Electric and Mitsubishi Electric.
Companies mentioned in the report include NXP, Infineon, Microchip, Atmel, Maxim Integrated, UEM, Mouser Electronics, Silicon Labs, DDPI, Isol, Procare, Calsonic Kansei, Tokai Rika, Denso, Toyota, General Motors, Volkswagen, Honda, Ford, Autozone, Advance Auto Parts, O'reilly, Federated Auto Parts, UNI Select, Prime Choice, Auto Pro, Car ID, Viper, VOXX International, EyeLock, Daimler, BMW, Antaya Technologies, Cobra Automotive, Maruti Suzuki, 3db Technologies, HUF Group, Zieh Fix, Nelsen, Toyota, Compustar , RAM Trucks and Chrysler