Autonomous Vehicle Sensor Market Rocking A CAGR of 113% By 2025

The "Global Autonomous Vehicle Sensor Market Analysis & Trends - Industry Forecast to 2025" report analyzes the market estimates and forecasts of all the given segments on global as well as regional levels. The study provides historical market data for 2014, 2015 revenue estimations are presented for 2016 and forecasts from 2016 till 2025. The study focuses on market trends, leading players, supply chain trends, technological innovations, key developments, and future strategies. The study presents a detailed market analysis with inputs derived from industry professionals across the value chain. A special focus has been made on 23 countries such as the U.S., Canada, Mexico, U.K., Germany, Spain, France, Italy, China, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, etc.

 

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  • Increasing need to prevent road accidents
  • Government promotions to adopt LiDAR sensors in vehicles
  • Recent Technological Developments in Autonomous Vehicle Sensor

 

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