Report available on Passive Safety Systems

Market research data on automotive passive safety systems has been published in a new report forecasting the next decade.

MarketPublishers has released the latest market research report which examines the next ten years of demand for automotive passive safety systems globally. Currently, the worldwide market value for such technology is estimated at over 20 billion dollars with stable growth in the seat belt and air bag markets and robus growth expected in other occupant protection and vulnerable road user protection systems.

Seat belts and air bags currently occupy the major part of the segment but passive safety system technology is undergoing growth through extensive innovation mainly in occupant protection with developments in seat and head restraint technology to prevent whiplash injuries as well as systems to provide greater protection to vulnerable road users outside the vehicle, specifically pedestrians and cyclists.

European manufacturers BMW, Volvo and Peugeot are amongst the vehicle producers at the forefront of the global market for such systems as well as Japanese car companies Toyota and Suzuki.

The report offers a comprehensive analysis of the market including geographical splits and factors which either drive or restrain the levels of growth for the period from 2013 to 2023.

It also covers particular technology segments including air bags, seat belts, occupant sensing systems, whiplash protection and pedestrian safety systems.

You can purchase this report directly from MarketPublishers by following the link World Automotive Passive Safety Systems Market 2013-2023

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