The global electric vehicle sensor market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 16.6%, reaching a value of more than US$ 37.1 Bn by 2032.
Rising worldwide electric vehicle production, the implementation of strict regulations, expanding demand for vehicle electrification, and rising preference for comfort and safety in vehicles are key factors influencing demand for EV sensors.
Technology breakthroughs have led to the development of electric vehicles over time. These cars now have updated electronics for several uses that are powered by the battery pack of the vehicle. Temperature, current, and pressure variations are examples of technological improvements. Temperature and load variations are a problem for electric vehicles.
The most cutting-edge technologies are being introduced by major electric vehicle sensor manufacturers. Collaborations, acquisitions, and mergers are also anticipated to continue being important growth methods used by major organizations.
among the leading suppliers of an electric vehicle, sensors are Analog Devices Inc., Denso Corporation, Amphenol Advanced Sensors, Infineon Technologies AG, Allegro MicroSystems, LLC, ams AG, Kohshin Electric Corporation LEM, Renesas Electronics Corporation, Sensata Technologies, STMicroelectronics, Melexis, Texas Instruments Incorporated, Vishay Intertechnology Inc, NXP Semiconductors and others.