Automotive display sales declining for the first time: Page 2 of 2

September 29, 2019 //By Julien Happich
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Collateral damage from the ongoing trade dispute between the United States and China is spreading, with the market for TFT LCDs used for automotive monitor displays declining for the first time in 10 years, according to a report from IHS Markit Technology.

Automotive monitor market

Automotive monitors are gaining acceptance due to the steady expansion of electronic controls in cars, covering areas including safety, convenience, entertainment and energy-savings. Auto monitor equipment products areas include center stack displays (CSD) with navigation, multifunction monitors in instrument clusters, head-up displays (HUD) and rear seat entertainment (RSE) systems.

“The downturn is having a negative impact on every display maker that expected the automotive segment to become the next big growth opportunity in 2019,” Hayase says. “On the upside, automobile monitor display demand is expected to return to growth after 2020. Autonomous cars and new safety monitoring features will increasingly drive sales of cars with multiple displays in the coming years, boosting monitor requirements from the industry.”

The IHS Markit Automotive Display Intelligence Service provides quarterly updates of all automobile display shipment and revenue by application, size, resolution, and technology including with analysis of display design and technology trend.

IHS Markit – www.ihsmarkit.com

 


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