Adaptive lighting market analysis for Asia Pacific

Report examines the outlook for the market in Adaptive Lighting Systems for automotive use in the Asia Pacific region to the end of the decade.

With a forecast of reaching the best part of a billion US dollars by 2020, there is considerable optimism in the market for automotive adaptive lighting systems in the Asia Pacific region with such companies as GE, Hyundai Mobis and Osram having significant stakes in the market.

The new report, Asia Pacific Automotive Adaptive Lighting System Market, details the forecasts and trends for the technology which is expected to reach 950 million US dollars by the end of the decade with the region expected to increase its demand for adaptive lighting and capture a larger global share of the market.

Adaptive headlights improve car safety in poor visibility by changing the direction of the headlights to account for changes in vehicle direction or pitch, thus providing the most optimised illuminated “patch” ahead of the car to extend visiblity beyond what could be achieved with conventional lighting systems.

The report includes a definition of the market, its drivers and constraints as well as competitive analysis and identification of factors which influence the forecast.

Companies involved in adaptive lighting systems for the automotive industry and which are mentioned in the report include Hella, Koito, Magneti Marelli, Stanley Electric, GE, Osram and others.

The report can be purchased directly from Research and Markets here: “Asia Pacific Automotive Adaptive Lighting System Market – Growths, Trends and Forecasts to 2020”

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