The automotive active roll control system (ARC) responds to cornering forces on a vehicle. It can increase passenger comfort and enhance the vehicle’s performance by reducing the vehicle’s sprung mass or roll angle.
Automotive active roll control system sales are predicted to increase gradually at a CAGR of 4% from 2022 to 2032, reaching a value of US$ 4.5 Bn. The market for automotive active roll control systems is expanding primarily due to the rising demand for secure and comfortable vehicles.
Electric active roll control (EARC) and hydraulic active roll control are the two subsystems that make up the automotive active roll control system (HARC). Depending on how unstable the vehicle is, the electric unit determines the direction and quantity of the hydraulic pressure, and the hydraulic unit controls the pressure in the actuators. The actuators supply the force necessary to offset the cornering force and lessen the roll angle of the car.
Additionally, active roll control systems for cars can raise their safety rating and reduce the likelihood of rollover or instability-related accidents. The automotive active roll control system is typically used in new luxury and sport utility vehicles (SUVs), which improves stability and comfort. Rotary actuators and linear actuators are the two primary categories of automobile active roll control systems that are offered on the market.
- Schaeffler AG
- Robert Bosch GmbH
- BWI Group
- Continental AG
- Ford Motor Company
- Volvo Car Corporation
- Porsche AG
- Hitachi Automotive Systems, Ltd.