North American Automotive OS Market size is anticipated to cross USD 3 billion by 2026, according to a latest forecast report by Graphical Research.
The North American market growth is attributed to the presence of large number of automakers and technology giants. The increasing vehicle production, increasing connected cars, changing in-vehicle electronics architecture, V2V & V2I development, and expansion of leading OEMs are expected to drive the demand for advanced automotive operating systems. The growing demand to collect information, such as driving hours and fuel consumption from vehicles, along with enhanced infotainment is enabling automotive OEMs to develop and deploy automotive operating systems.
The Linux automotive operating system market is expected to grow significantly from 2020 to 2026. In terms of automotive applications, automotive OEMs, suppliers, and technology enterprises leverage this open-source platform for automotive applications. Automotive Grade Linux focuses on diverse automotive components including Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), connected technologies, infotainment, and instrument cluster. In addition, Automotive Grade Linux offers the Unified Code Base, an open-source infotainment platform.
The passenger vehicle segment is estimated to dominate 75% market share by 2026, at a CAGR of above 10%. The growing demand for enhanced automotive experience along with the integration of advanced techniques and technologies is enabling the demand from automotive OEMs. Several enterprises operating in the industry are developing security solutions for automotive operating systems. For instance, in January 2020, Blackberry integrated Cylance, its machine learning security system, into QNX. Cylance will verify the integrity of the updates for ADAS systems and protect them from malware.
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Canada is the expansive deployment of telematics systems and advancements in transport infrastructure are contributing to the market growth. In December 2019, according to the whitepaper of Telematics in the Canadian Trucking Industry on the International Council of Clean Transportation, approximately 50% of trucking fleets across Canada were using telematics systems. Similarly, over 60% of trucks are connected with ELDs. The growing emphasis on connected devices in commercial vehicles is fueling regional growth.
The companies operating in the market are focusing on new product development and innovation. For instance, in October 2020, BlackBerry QNX collaborated with ARCFOX αT, a Chinese electric SUV company, to assist the company in the development of advanced digital cockpit systems. BlackBerry developed a digital instrument cluster, console touchscreen, AC screen, and Heads-Up Display powered by its QNX Hypervisor. This development helped the company to gain a competitive edge over other market enterprises operating in the market.
Some of the key vendors in the North America automotive OS market include Alphabet Inc. (Google LLC), Automotive Grade Linux (AGL), Blackberry Limited (QNX Software Systems Ltd.), Baidu, Inc., Ford Motor Company, General Motors Group, Green Hills Software, Mentor Graphics Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, Montavista Software LLC, Neusoft Corporation, and Tesla Inc.
The North America automotive operating system market research report includes in-depth coverage of the industry with estimates & forecast in terms of revenue in USD million from 2015 to 2026 for the following segments:
North America Market, By Type
- Windows Embedded Automotive 7
North America Market, By Vehicle Type
- Passenger Vehicle
- Commercial Vehicle
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