An increasing Influx of Integrated Electronic Devices to drive the In-dash Navigation System Market
With the growing preference of customers for the in-dash navigation system, the in-dash navigation system market is bound to grow on an unstoppable note in the next decade, as stated by Persistence Market Research in its latest market study entitled “In-dash Navigation System Market”.
How is the In-dash Navigation System Market categorized?
The global in-dash navigation system market, by the display, spans touchscreen, LCD, high definition, and LED. By screen size, it’s under 4 inches, 4 to 4.9 inches, 5 to 5.9 inches, 6 to 6.4 inches, 6.5 to 6.9 inches, 7 to 7.9 inches, and 8 inches & above. By vehicle, it’s compact passenger cars, mid-sized passenger cars, premium passenger cars, luxury passenger cars, light commercial vehicles, and heavy commercial vehicles. By sales channel, it’s OEM and aftermarket. Persistence Market Research has walked through these facts with subsequent steps to be taken in its latest market study entitled “In-dash Navigation System market”.
The Asia-Pacific holds the largest market share. It contributes to more than 20% of revenue. China, India, and Japan are the torchbearers herein. Europe stands second on this count. This could be attributed to greater demand for LCDs. North America is expected to grow on similar grounds. Persistence Market Research has, with its line of expertise in the form of analysts and consultants, has entailed these findings with insights in its latest market study entitled “In-dash Navigation Systems Market”.
Persistence Market Research has profiled the key players in the in-dash navigation system market as Continental AG, Delphi Automotive, Robert Bosch GmbH, Denso Corporation, Alpine Electronics, Inc., Clarion Co. Ltd., Garmin Ltd., Harman International, Luxoft Holdings Inc., Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Pioneer Corporation, TomTom NV, and likewise.
Persistence Market Research has also mentioned the upgrades on this part. For instance – Continental AG has its e-horizon (electronic horizon) in place. It conveys precise information about weather regarding short-term forecasts and enables the integration of location-specific, real-time weather data, especially in humungous weather conditions. TomTom has its TomTom VIA 53, which does offer connected navigation with smartphone notifications and Wi-Fi updates. Drivers can thus have their smartphones connected and obtain notifications through SMS. Voice activation compatibility could also be obtained with Siri. Furthermore, TomTom and Bosch have collectively gone for high-resolution maps to facilitate automated driving. Automated vehicles could get their locations every single time by having a radar road signature transmitting 4 kB of data to the cloud/kilometer.
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