The Airbag Control Unit (ACU) is in charge of operating and controlling the entire airbag system. In a collision, the airbag is a key safety element that protects passengers from serious injury, and it has the potential to inflict injury if handled carelessly. As a result, the ACU controls the entire system and communicates with all sensors to determine whether an airbag should be deployed in a given situation.
Governments worldwide have taken drastic measures to limit the number of people killed in accidents. For example, in North America, Europe, China, Japan, Korea, and India, the automaker is required to install a minimum number of frontal and side airbags in passenger vehicles. The overall demand for airbags has been boosted due to this, and SUVs, which have more than four airbags on average, are driving increased demand and manufacturing.
China has surpassed the United States as the world's leading maker of passenger vehicles. China and India are two of the world's fastest-growing countries in terms of population. Given the region's rapidly rising population, it's no surprise that Asian economies and sectors are shifting. Because of increased disposable income, rising employment rates, high-paying salaried roles, and easy access to automobile loans, the automotive industry is one of these businesses.
Europe's economic progress is dependent on the car industry. To strengthen the competitiveness of the EU vehicle industry and maintain its global technological leadership, the European Commission encourages global technology harmonization and supports R&D.
The severe vehicle and passenger safety rules have now been applied in several nations worldwide. However, Latin America's main countries have opted out of such laws, including Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, and Uruguay. These countries' governments are now evaluating UN Regulations and consumer information systems to improve safety and minimize the rate of accidental fatalities. The airbag would be the first choice and inclusion, according to our analysis, once the market is regulated. Automobile airbag producers will have a lucrative opportunity to develop their operations in these countries due to this.
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According to our estimate, the European automobile industry will decline by more than 20% in 2020. Automobile airbag demand is related to the total number of vehicles manufactured, and as a result, demand for airbags was affected in the same way. Due to the closure of plants and the suspension of operations by numerous manufacturers, production output changed more than sales volume. Plant closures in Western Europe, North America, and Southeast Asia, in particular, hampered production in these regions in April.
The automobile and transportation industries were clearly the hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. The situation is, however, improving. Automobile dealerships are becoming increasingly crowded, and many are scrambling to find more inventory to sell.
Overall, mobility is getting better. The majority of countries have removed or decreased lockdown-related rules. According to reports, the bulk of automobile manufacturers and dealers have resumed full operations in some locations and plan to restart manufacturing facilities as quickly as possible.
The Asia-Pacific region is the world's largest automotive manufacturer. Volkswagen, Toyota Motor Corp., Honda Motor Co. Ltd., and General Motors Co. are among the major automakers represented in the region. Furthermore, a variety of country-level producers have flooded the Asia-Pacific market. Many of the countries in the region, especially China and India, have some of the fastest-growing populations on the planet. Given the region's rapidly rising population, it's no surprise that Asian economies and industries are transforming.
With a market value of USD 2,622 million, Europe is the second-largest region in the worldwide automobile airbag industry. This is due to a high concentration of prominent manufacturers and many ongoing research and development operations. Furthermore, the European market has seen a significant increase in demand for electric vehicles (EVs) and enhanced driver safety systems, which has spurred the adoption of airbags.
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