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Occupant Classification System Market Worldwide Industry Details by Top Manufacture, Price, Supply-Demand, Recent Trends, Share, Development Trend and End User Analysis, Outlook for 2025

November 20, 2020 GMT

Selbyville, Delaware, United States, November 20 2020 (Wiredrelease) Global Market Insights, Inc :Rising concerns about need of vehicle safety systems among car manufacturers and regulators has been driving occupant classification system (OCS) market size. Accelerating number of road accidents and growing incidences of fatalities are some of the key factors enhancing occupant classification system industry trends. According to the latest research report by Global Market Insights Inc., Occupant classification system market share is expected to surpass $3 billion by 2025.

Conventional airbags are increasingly being adopted and have been known to have exerted pressure on occupants on deployment. Therefore, automobile manufacturers have been actively implementing smart airbags which can potentially work with variable pressures. These systems operate with an ECU and are likely to have a seat belt switch, seat belt pre-tensioner, passenger seat weight sensors, and sensors for seat position. Escalating implementation of airbags in vehicles in developing economies will impel occupant classification system market size. Many governments have mandated the use of airbags in light vehicles. For instance, Brazil has emerged as one of the major automotive producing nations. From January 2014, it has imposed a law to implement frontal airbags in all new cars sold in the country. Also, the manufacturing of automotive in Brazil rose by 5.2% in 2018. Growing production of automobiles and implementation of airbags in vehicles will propel Occupant classification system industry share.


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Bladder system has found wide ranging application across occupant classification system market. These systems include a belt switch sensor, bladder assembly, a pre-tensioner, and an airbag ECU. Chevrolet and Ford cars have integrated bladder system technology for occupant safety. It is also being implemented throughout various luxury and mid-range vehicles. Also, strain-gauge technology is easy to install and has been employed across various car brands including Jeep, Hyundai Elantra, Honda, Accord, etc. Furthermore, pressure-sensitive tape systems technology has been adopted and has been mostly installed in high-end car models like Chevrolet Cruze, Buick Enclave, and Chevrolet Aveo. Wide adoption of various technologies for production of advanced vehicles will fuel Occupant classification system market trends.


Expanding development in sensor technology has fueled Occupant classification system market share growth significantly. Augmented research and development activities in developing technologies like ultrasonic sensors, optics-based system, and 3D video cameras have been contributing substantially to Occupant classification system industry share growth. For instance, ZF Friedrichshafen AG is one of the key players in Occupant classification system market. The company has been working to develop 3D interior observation system for occupant sensing. The technology is developed to detect position, location, and size of occupant. Also, Autoliv has been working on ultrasonic sensors for occupant detection and classification to enable airbags to act as per the requirements.

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The U.S. and Europe have reportedly dominated the Occupant classification system industry in 2018. The Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 2008, which was presented by National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), has proposed compulsory inclusion of active and passive safety restraints and performance conditions for protection of vehicle occupants. As a result, automakers such as Dodge, Chevrolet, Honda, and Ford have been employing these systems in majority of their flagship and mid-range models. The guidelines for airbags in countries like India have affected the installation of the systems in economy-class automobiles, generating growth opportunities for Occupant classification system industry.

Report Content

Chapter 1.Methodology and Scope


1.1.1. Definition and forecast parameters, methodology and forecast parameters

1.2.Data Sources

1.2.1. Primary

1.2.2. Secondary

Chapter 2.Executive Summary

2.1.Occupant classification system industry 3600 synopsis, 2015 2025

2.1.1. Business trends

2.1.2. Technology trends

2.1.3. Light vehicle type trends

2.1.4. Component trends

2.1.5. Regional trends

Chapter 3.Occupant Classification System Industry Insights

3.1.Industry segmentation

3.2.Industry landscape, 2015 2025

3.2.1. Sensor technology for occupant classification system sensor tension sensor

3.2.2. Global airbag industry landscape, 2015 2025 America Pacific America

3.2.3. Global automotive production statistics, 2015 2025 America Pacific America

3.3.Industry ecosystem analysis

3.3.1. Research and Development (RD)

3.3.2. Component suppliers

3.3.3. Manufacturers

3.3.4. Distribution channel analysis

3.3.5. Vendor matrix

3.4.Technology innovation landscape

3.4.1. Electronic-field sensing

3.4.2. Three-dimensional interior observation system using 3D camera-based occupant classification system

3.4.3. Ultrasonic sensors-based occupant classification system

3.4.4. ADI accelerometers-

3.4.5. Developments in sensor technology due to IoT, connected cars

3.5.Regulatory landscape

3.5.1. North America

3.5.2. Europe

3.5.3. Asia Pacific

3.5.4. Latin America

3.5.5. MEA

3.6.Industry impact forces

3.6.1. Growth drivers automotive production globally government regulations in developed countries in North America and Europe awareness and regulations for vehicle safety systems such as airbags in developing nations like India advancements in sensor technologies of occupant classification system in economy class vehicles cushion weight and high foldability due to fabric technology advancements demand for connected vehicles in North America and Europe

3.6.2. Industry pitfalls and challenges replacement cost of airbag systems over quality of airbags of mandatory regulations for airbags and occupant classification systems in some countries

3.7.Growth potential analysis

3.8.Porters analysis

3.8.1. Industry rivalry

3.8.2. Threat of new entrants

3.8.3. Buyer power

3.8.4. Supplier power

3.8.5. Threat of substitutes

3.9.Competitive landscape, 2018

3.9.1. Company market share

3.9.2. Strategy dashboard

3.10.PESTEL analysis

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