This report provides an in-depth analysis of the worldwide automotive connector market. Covering the period 2014 through 2019, this report focuses on interconnects used in light vehicle production. Connector usage is broken down by vehicle type; low cost, economy, mid-range and premium, as well as by key electronic system, connector type and region.
What effect will the growing use of wireless and contactless connectivity have on the traditional connector market and what opportunities will this technology provide designers of electronic products? The explosive market for mobile devices has begun to change the paradigm of connectivity with demand for interfaces that free the device from the tether of signal and power cables. A host of both short and long range wireless connectivity standards such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and RFID offer wireless links that are effectively replacing traditional connectors on an expanding universe of remote and mobile devices. At the same time, wireless charging technology offers the convenience of consumer-friendly battery charging while eliminating the need for a power connector on the device.
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