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Iot To Reduce Unscheduled Downtimes!

Press Release: December 04, 2018

Motor vehicle electrical & electronic equipment, steering, suspension, & interiors manufacturing companies are using IoT to reduce unscheduled downtimes, thereby increasing operational efficiency. IoT is a system of "connected devices" with the ability to collect and exchange data over a network without any human intervention and assistance. IoT helps manufacturers to increase their efficiency by providing real-time information about production processes. In addition, IoT can be used by manufacturers to obtain wear and tear data that can prevent equipment failures.

Motor vehicle electrical & electronic equipment, steering, suspension, & interiors manufacturing companies manufacture and rebuild electrical and electronic equipment used for motor vehicles and internal combustion engines. Motor vehicle steering and suspension components (except spring) manufacturing companies mainly manufacture motor vehicle steering mechanisms and suspension components, except springs. It also includes the rebuilding of rack and pinion steering assemblies, on a factory basis.


Asia Pacific was the largest geographic region in the market, accounting for more than two-fifth of the global market.

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According to The Business Research Company’s Consultant, Oliver Guirdham, manufacturers of motor vehicle parts are considering light weight components such as advanced composites to produce motor vehicle parts that can improve the fuel efficiency and safety of automobiles. Light weight vehicle components enable motor vehicle manufacturers to reduce the overall weight of the vehicle, thus, lowering the fuel consumption. This improves the fuel efficiency of the vehicle while ensuring safety norms are complied. In this regard, automotive parts manufacturers are using advanced composites and high strength metals for producing motor vehicle parts.

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The top companies in the market are Bosch, Hyundai, Tennaco, DENSO, and Hella. Bosch was the biggest player in the motor vehicle electrical & electronic equipment, steering suspension, & interiors market, with revenues of $97 billion in 2017. Bosch’s growth strategy is to increase investment in the automotive parts manufacturing business. In April 2017, Bosch established an automotive electronics plant in Changzhou, China. This plant manufactures electronic components for automated driving and connected products such as cameras and radar sensors for driver assistance systems, and Electronic Control Units (ECU) for automotive steering systems. Bosch plans to invest over EUR 100 million ($110.7 million) and employ 1,300 new associates at this plant, by 2019.

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