Asia Pacific Automotive OS Market size crossed USD 1 billion in 2019 and is expected to witness over 15% CAGR from 2020 to 2026.
The Asia Pacific market growth is owing to the automotive industry’s consistent growth, followed by strategic partnerships. For instance, in May 2021, WM Motor, a China-based electric vehicle manufacturer entered into a partnership with Blackberry Limited for its QNX operating system. Under this partnership, WM Motor integrated Blackberry’s QNX Neutrino operating system and QNX Hypervisor into its W6 SUV vehicle.
In Asia Pacific market, the android segment is anticipated to rise at a substantial growth till 2026. The need for an enhanced in-vehicle experience along with infotainment systems & relative customizations will contribute to market growth. With its open-source architecture, automotive OEMs leverage android automotive OS to offer value-added services to their consumers. Companies offering the operating system also focus on system innovations and enhancements to address enterprise requirements.
The commercial vehicle segment is projected to grow at a CAGR of over 20% during the forecast timeline. The increasing deployment of advanced driver assistance and autonomous driving systems across commercial vehicles is fueling the segment growth. Several automotive enterprises are engaging with automotive OS manufacturers to accelerate the deployment of telematics and connected vehicle systems. In addition, the expansive production of commercial vehicles in the region is expected to drive the market demand.
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In South Korea, the automotive operating system market is anticipated to witness an exponential growth through 2026. The expansive developments across automotive industry and collaborative initiatives between enterprises are contributing to regional market growth. For instance, in September 2020, Stradvision partnered with Blackberry Limited to accelerate the development of autonomous vehicles and ADAS systems. Under this partnership, the company leveraged Blackberry’s QNX Software platform to develop robust ADAS technology solutions for automotive enterprises.
The region is reporting a post pandemic growth in terms of technology development and innovations. For instance, in January 2021, Blackberry Limited collaborated with Baidu Inc. for the development of advanced autonomous driving technology. Through this partnership, the companies integrated high-definition maps into QNX Neutrino operating system. In addition, the companies focus on mass production of the operating systems and deploy them across electric vehicles from GAC Group.
Some of the leading companies operating in the Asia Pacific automotive OS market include Alphabet Inc. (Google LLC), Automotive Grade Linux, Blackberry Limited, and Wind River Systems Inc.