Electronics in vehicles are taking on more and more functions. Today, basic functions such as vehicle lighting, activating the windshield wipers, and immobilisers are an indispensable part of every car's standard features, accompanied by comfort functions such as remote control keys and automatic climate control. A central body control module, or CBCM, coordinates different operations within a car through the use of signals. Every electrical part of modern cars, from the door locks to the headlights, is controlled by a CBCM. In addition, CBCMs are increasingly also integrating further functions such as Passive Start and Entry (PASE) or Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems.
The 'Integrated Comfort Electronics on the Rise Central Body Control Module Market Trends' study by IHS Markit analyses the original equipment (OE) light vehicle central body control module demand on both global and regional basis from 2016 to 2023. It also recognises the drivers and restraints that affect the industry and analyses their impact over the forecast period. This study identifies the significant opportunities for market growth in the next few years and provides competitive analysis of players in the industry.
The report also discusses top OEMs' sourcing structure in the respective section.
The report segments the global CBCM market by technology, geography and application.
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