이 시각 주요 뉴스

여백

Market for Power Semiconductors in Automotive to Rev Up by $3 Billion by 2022, IHS Markit Says

Demand to soar due to big jump in electrification in vehicles 이나리 기자l승인2017.01.20 08:38:26l수정2017.01.20 08:39

크게

작게

메일

인쇄

신고

The global market for power semiconductors used in cars and light passenger vehicles will grow by more in $3 billion in the next six years, according to new analysis released today by IHS Markit (Nasdaq: INFO), a world leader in critical information, analytics and solutions.

In the report, entitled Power Semiconductors in Automotive - 2017, forecasts the total market for power semiconductors (discretes, power modules and power ICs) to increase from $5.5 billion in 2016 to more than $8.5 billion in 2022. Revenue will grow at an annual rate of 7.5 percent from 2015 to 2022, the report predicts.

▲ The Figure above shows an estimated average value of power semiconductors per car. It is the estimated total market for discrete power semiconductors, power modules and power ICs each year divided by the total number of light vehicles produced in each year.

"Increasing electrification in vehicles generally -- and in hybrid and electric vehicles specifically -- is energizing the market for power semiconductors in vehicles," said Richard Eden, senior analyst, power semiconductors for IHS Markit. "Staying connected via smartphones and tablets is the modern way of life and to this end, today's car drivers are opting for Bluetooth, cellular technologies and other telematics functions. All these features require power semiconductors to distribute and control power through vehicles."

Also contributing to the rise of power semiconductors, the report notes, is the automotive industry's mission to offer self-driving, 'green' and connected cars in the next decade. According to IHS Markit, intermediate safety milestones, such as automatic emergency braking (AEB) and platooning, are necessary to realize a road system that will accommodate self-driving cars. Other factors in the trend toward more power semiconductors: the need for more fuel-efficient systems, a higher proportion of electric vehicles, and more electronic content per vehicle as required for improved vehicle emission levels.

Powertrain category to lead the way

In studying the automotive electronics market, IHS Markit categorizes five domains on a vehicle: Body and Convenience, Chassis and Safety, Infotainment, Powertrain and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). Of these, Powertrain accounted for 47 percent of the total market for automotive power semiconductors in 2015, the report indicated.

Anticipated growth in sales of hybrid and electric vehicles in the next few years will spur power semiconductor sales to climb by compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.6 percent from 2015 to 2022 across all vehicles, taking Powertrain's market share up to 54 percent of the total market, according to the report. Discrete IGBT power transistors account for most of Powertrain power semiconductor revenue, but increased integration of discretes into modules will cause IGBT power module sales to increase at a much faster rate.

According to the IHS Markit report, the Chassis and Safety category represents the second most-valuable automotive domain for power semiconductors, accounting for 24 percent of the total market in 2015. In contrast with Powertrain, the use of power semiconductors in Chassis and Safety will only grow with CAGR of 3.1 percent from 2015 to 2022, the report says. The biggest user of power devices in this domain are applications such as electric power steering, anti-lock braking system and electronic stability control, airbags and tire pressure monitoring, which are already relatively well-established in vehicles.

The domains of Body and Convenience and Infotainment only accounted for 14 percent and 11 percent of the total automotive power semiconductor market in 2015, respectively. Both categories are expected to grow with a CAGR of around 4 to 5 percent from 2015 to 2022, the report predicts. At present, the smallest domain is ADAS, with only 5 percent of the total market in 2015. However, ADAS is forecast to see the fastest growth of all of the five domains, growing with a CAGR of 16 percent from 2015 to 2022. ADAS will see a rapid increase in the number of sensors, cameras and interconnectivity systems in cars, and all will need power semiconductors in their power control circuitry.

이나리 기자  narilee@techworld.co.kr
<저작권자 © CCTV뉴스, 무단 전재 및 재배포 금지>

이나리 기자의 다른기사 보기
여백
여백
여백
여백
여백
여백
여백
여백
여백
매체소개공지사항보안자료실기사제보광고문의불편신고개인정보취급방침청소년보호정책이메일무단수집거부    [기사ㆍ기고 문의 : desk@cctvnews.co.kr]
(주)테크월드 08507 서울특별시 금천구 가산디지털1로 168, 403호 (가산동, 우림라이온스밸리 C동)  |  제호: 씨씨티브이뉴스  |  발행일: 2009년 2월 19일
대표전화 : 02)2026-5700  |  팩스 : 02)2026-5701  |  이메일 : webmaster@techworld.co.kr  |  청소년보호책임자 : 박지성
통신판매업신고번호 : 제 2008-서울금천-0415 호  |  발행·편집인 : 박한식  |  인터넷신문등록번호 : 서울, 아 00607  |  등록일 : 2008.06.27
Copyright © 2017 CCTV뉴스. All rights reserved .