The need for increasing safety and security of vehicles, for the sake of both drivers and pedestrians, is increasing day by day all over the globe, including the U.S. As per the Association of Safe International Road Travel, over 38,000 people die in crashes every day on roadways in the U.S. In addition to this, about 4.4 million people are injured enough to need medical intervention. The country suffers from 50% more road crash deaths among all high-income countries, which further increases the cost of dealing with these situations. Because of these factors, the auto manufacturers are increasingly involved in coming up with advanced solutions that can increase the safety of vehicles.
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One such solution is the integration of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) in cars. ADAS is utilized for describing the different safety features that are being integrated in vehicles to enhance driving experience by decreasing the severity and number of vehicle crashes. The system can warn the driver and further intervene for helping the driver to remain in control of the vehicle in case the possibility of an accident arises. In addition to this, if the accident cannot be avoided, ADAS can ensure that its severity is decreased.
Attributed to such advantages, the ADAS market in United State is expected to grow at a substantial rate in the near future. ADAS can be integrated in medium & heavy commercial vehicles, passenger cars, and light commercial vehicles. The system consists of a number of sensors, including laser sensor, ultrasonic senor, radar sensor, light detection and ranging sensor, and infrared sensor. Out of all these, the demand for radar sensors is predicted to be the highest in the coming years, which can be ascribed to the increasing applications in autonomous and connected vehicles and reducing cost of these sensors.
Hence, the demand for safety of roads is leading to the growing adoption of ADAS in the U.S.