Automotive Lane Warning Systems Market by Functions (Lane Departure Warning Systems and Lane Keeping Systems), Sales Channels (OEMs and Aftermarket), Sensor Types (Video Sensors, Infrared Sensors, and Laser Sensors), Vehicles Types (Passenger Cars, Light Commercial Vehicles, and Heavy Commercial Vehicles) and region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East, and Africa and South America).
The global Automotive Lane Warning System Market size is 6.93 billion USD in 2022 and is projected to reach a CAGR of 16.7% from 2023-2030.
A lane warning system is a device that warns the driver when the vehicle starts to deviate from the lane. This technology aims to reduce accidents by eliminating the three main causes of accidents, driving errors, distraction, and fatigue. The system warns the driver if no action is taken. Moreover, the system notifies the driver and automatically takes action to keep the vehicle in the lane. Whenever the driver detects distractions and errors, the system provides the driver with visual, sound, and vibration warnings to avoid such situations.
The automotive lane warning system market is benefiting from the rise in concerns about car safety. Also, upon experiencing high demand, several manufacturers have implemented this technology into both, passenger and commercial vehicles. Moreover, the increasing number of accidents, and growing awareness about road safety, are driving the demand for an automotive lane warning system in the global market. Furthermore, the government regulatory policies regarding road safety, are also expected to boost the demand.
On the other hand, the higher cost of technology, and availability of the system in luxury vehicles alone, are expected to hinder market growth.
During COVID-19 the supply chain of automotive lane warning systems was muted attributed to rising virus infection and strict lockdown measures taken by governments of all nations. In addition, during the same period, a chip shortage was seen which caused a major setback in the production of lane warning systems.
There is a rise in the safety concern of automobiles in recent years. People are becoming more and more cautious when it comes to their safety. The need for safety features and for autonomous and semi-autonomous driving technologies are expected to develop the automotive lane warning system market. However, there is a high chance that software issues related to sensor failures, high initial costs, and complicated structures may restrain the market's expansion. Additionally, tight guidelines for safety features and an increase in the desire for comfort while driving will be opening up prospects for market expansion in the future.
North America to Dominate the Market