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Automotive Actuators Market: Ongoing Trends & Recent Developments

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Automotive Actuators Market: Ongoing Trends & Recent Developments

January 13
17:24 2020
The increasing demand for comfort features, advanced automated systems in vehicles, and the rising trends of engine downsizing in the automotive industry are some of the key factors fueling the growth of automotive actuators market.

The Global Automotive Actuators Market size is projected to grow at a CAGR of 7.1% during the forecast period, to reach USD 39.5 billion by 2027 from an estimated USD 22.8 billion in 2019. Rising automation and digitalization in the automotive industry are increasing the demand for vehicles with advanced features and connectivity.

The modern passenger vehicle is equipped with more than 120 motors to control various applications such as headlight positioning, seat adjustment, grill shutter, HVAC systems, and coolant and refrigerant valves, among others. Actuators play a key role in activating these applications as they convert an electric signal into the required linear and rotary motion to produce the required physical movement.

With advancements in technology, autonomous vehicles are expected to install various actuators to enhance safety and comfort. The automotive actuators market is growing continuously due to the constant growth in production as well as sales of automobiles (passenger cars, LCVs, HCVs, and off-highway vehicles) across the globe. Sensors, software programs, controller hardware, and actuators are considered to be the backbone of the present and future automotive systems.

The global automotive actuators market is dominated by major players such as Robert Bosch GmbH (Germany), Continental AG (Germany), Denso Corporation (Japan), and HELLA GmbH & Co. KGaA (Germany). 

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 Off-highway vehicle segment is estimated to be the fastest during the forecast period

The off-highway vehicle segment is anticipated to be the fastest in the automotive actuators market. Increasing government investments in infrastructural development, thriving agricultural businesses in developing nations, and the emergence of leased/rent-based equipment are driving the off-highway vehicle market. The traditional role of actuators in off-highway vehicles has involved the application of force to perform tasks. As vehicles become complex, OEMs are accumulating features that naturally involve the use of electronic controls to deliver more complex, optimized, and safer motion.

The electric segment is expected to grow at the highest CAGR in the global market

Electric actuators have replaced hydraulic and pneumatic actuators due to lower noise emission, compact and lightweight design, and flexible installation options. Comfort features have become a global requirement in the automotive industry, and OEMs are investing the best possible efforts in enhancing the driving experience by the installation of various actuators.

Electric actuators are widely used in comfort-feature actuators such as window lift drive, power tailgate drive, seat drive, and sunroof drive, among others. Electric actuators are more precise in actuation than hydraulic and pneumatic actuators. Leading automotive actuators manufacturers such as Robert Bosch GmbH, Continental, and Johnson Electric provide electric actuators.

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The Asia Pacific is expected to be the largest automotive actuators market during the forecast period

Asia Pacific is expected to be the largest market, followed by Europe and North America. China is estimated to dominate the Asia Pacific automotive actuator market with the largest revenue share during the forecast period. China is the world’s largest vehicle manufacturer, which is expected to be a driving factor for the growth of this market in the country. Moreover, China has the potential to produce automotive components in large volumes at a lower cost, which provides it a competitive edge over other countries.

Recent Developments:

• In August 2019, Hella expanded its electronics competence in the area of special applications. The company expanded its product spectrum ranging from actuators, sensors, and energy management through body electronics right up to driver assistance systems. Universal Rotary Actuator (URA) in the agricultural sector is expected to play a significant role in this development.

• In January 2019, Continental announced the ground-breaking of its greenfield plant in Talegaon, Pune, dedicated to its powertrain business. EUR 30 million is to be invested in infrastructure and building until 2020. The construction phase has already been initiated. Production start is scheduled for early 2020 for various drivetrain products, including engine management systems, sensors, and actuators, as well as fuel and exhaust management components for passenger cars, 2-wheelers, and commercial vehicles.

• In July 2019, DENSO Corporation and Smiths Manufacturing (Pty) Limited, owned by Metair Investments Limited, announced the establishment of DENSO Sales South Africa (Pty) Limited, a joint venture dedicated to selling aftermarket products and services in Southern Africa. South Africa has one of the largest economies in Africa, and car ownership is the highest in the region. DENSO established DENSO Sales South Africa to sell repair parts and accessories and offer services such as repairs for passenger cars and commercial vehicles in South Africa and neighboring countries.

• In March 2019, BorgWarner introduced its next generation of cam torque actuators—intelligent cam torque actuation (iCTA)—delivering better fuel economy and reduced emissions with its innovative technology. iCTA combines benefits of cam torque actuation and torsional assist. This technology is expected to first appear on a variety of vehicles from two major vehicle manufacturers in China and North America in 2019 and 2020.

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Off-highway vehicle segment is estimated to be the fastest during the forecast period

The off-highway vehicle segment is anticipated to be the fastest in the automotive actuators market. Increasing government investments in infrastructural development, thriving agricultural businesses in developing nations, and the emergence of leased/rent-based equipment are driving the off-highway vehicle market. The traditional role of actuators in off-highway vehicles has involved the application of force to perform tasks. As vehicles become complex, OEMs are accumulating features that naturally involve the use of electronic controls to deliver more complex, optimized, and safer motion.

The electric segment is expected to grow at the highest CAGR in the global market

Electric actuators have replaced hydraulic and pneumatic actuators due to lower noise emission, compact and lightweight design, and flexible installation options. Comfort features have become a global requirement in the automotive industry, and OEMs are investing the best possible efforts in enhancing the driving experience by the installation of various actuators.

Electric actuators are widely used in comfort-feature actuators such as window lift drive, power tailgate drive, seat drive, and sunroof drive, among others. Electric actuators are more precise in actuation than hydraulic and pneumatic actuators. Leading automotive actuators manufacturers such as Robert Bosch GmbH, Continental, and Johnson Electric provide electric actuators.

Asia Pacific is expected to be the largest automotive actuators market during the forecast period

Asia Pacific is expected to be the largest market, followed by Europe and North America. China is estimated to dominate the Asia Pacific automotive actuator market with the largest revenue share during the forecast period. China is the world’s largest vehicle manufacturer, which is expected to be a driving factor for the growth of this market in the country. Moreover, China has the potential to produce automotive components in large volumes at a lower cost, which provides it a competitive edge over other countries.

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