Outlook on the Automotive Diagnostics Global Market to 2030 – Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecasts – Yahoo Finance

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Dublin, Nov. 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The "Automotive Diagnostics Market by Type, Device, and Application: Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2021-2030" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

Automotive diagnostics is the analysis of vehicle to determine the proper functioning of vehicle and other components used in a vehicle. Technological advances in the automotive industry have enabled service provider companies to develop and introduce numerous vehicle diagnostic technologies, which supplement the growth of the market across the globe.
For instance, in April 2021, BMW AG received FlexRay cables for EPS rack diagnosis of electric steering racks in BMW 5, 7, and 8 series models. Similarly, in November 2020, Delphi Technologies launched a new line of diagnostic tools and solutions offering additional revenue option for independent garages.

The automotive diagnostics market has witnessed significant growth over the years, owing to increase in trend of advanced vehicle components to be installed in automobiles running across the globe.

The global automotive diagnostics market segmented into type, device, application, and region. Depending on type, the market is bifurcated into on-board and off-board diagnostic system. On the basis of device, it is categorized into hand-held tools, mobile-based tools, PC-based tools, and others. By application, it is fragmented into passenger cars, light commercial vehicles, heavy commercial vehicles, and electric vehicles. Region wise, it is analyzed across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and LAMEA.

The key players analyzed in the automotive diagnostics market include BMW AG, Continental AG, Delphi Automotive PLC., Denso Corporation, Harman International, Magna International, Pioneer Corporation, Robert Bosch GmbH, Snap-On Inc., and Vector Informatik.

Key Benefits
This study presents analytical depiction of the global automotive diagnostics market along with the current trends and future estimations to depict the imminent investment pockets.
The overall market potential is determined to understand the profitable trends to enable stakeholders gain a stronger foothold in the market.
The report presents information related to key drivers, restraints, and opportunities with a detailed impact analysis.
The current market is quantitatively analyzed from 2020 to 2030 to highlight the financial competency of the market.
Porter's five forces analysis illustrates the potency of the buyers and suppliers.
Key Players
Continental AG
Delphi Automotive PLC
Denso Corporation
Harman International
MAGNA International
Pioneer Corporation
Robert Bosch GmbH
Snap-On Inc.
Vector Informatik
Key Topics Covered:



3.1. Market definition and scope
3.2. Key findings
3.2.1. Top impacting factors
3.2.2. Top investment pockets
3.2.3. Top winning strategies
3.3. Porter's five forces analysis
3.3.1. Low-to-High bargaining power of suppliers
3.3.2. High threat of new entrants
3.3.3. Low-to-high threat of substitutes
3.3.4. Moderate-to-high intensity of rivalry
3.3.5. Moderate bargaining power of buyers
3.4. Market share analysis, 2020 (%)
3.5. Market dynamics
3.5.1. Drivers Development of the automotive industry Increased demand for IoT based Technology High demand for safety features in vehicles
3.5.2. Restraints High implementation cost & configuration complexity Troubleshooting and maintenance of automotive software
3.5.3. Opportunities Advent of multifunctional system Growing developments in semi-autonomous and autonomous vehicles
3.6. COVID-19 impact analysis
3.6.1. Evolution of outbreaks SARS COVID-19
3.6.2. Micro-economic impact analysis Consumer trend Technology trend Regulatory trend
3.6.3. Macro-economic impact analysis GDP Import/export analysis Employment index
3.6.4. Impact on the automotive industry analysis
3.7. Competitive landscape
3.7.1. Competitive dashboard
3.7.2. Competitive heat map

4.1. Overview
4.2. On-board
4.2.1. Key market trends, growth factors and opportunities
4.2.2. Market size and forecast, by region
4.2.3. Market analysis by country
4.3. Off-board
4.3.1. Key market trends, growth factors and opportunities
4.3.2. Market size and forecast, by region
4.3.3. Market analysis by country

5.1. Overview
5.2. Hand-held tools
5.2.1. Key market trends, growth factors and opportunities
5.2.2. Market size and forecast, by region
5.2.3. Market analysis by country
5.3. Mobile-based tools
5.3.1. Key market trends, growth factors and opportunities
5.3.2. Market size and forecast, by region
5.3.3. Market analysis by country
5.4. PC-based tools
5.4.1. Key market trends, growth factors and opportunities
5.4.2. Market size and forecast, by region
5.4.3. Market analysis by country
5.5. Others
5.5.1. Key market trends, growth factors and opportunities
5.5.2. Market size and forecast, by region
5.5.3. Market analysis by country

6.1. Overview
6.2. Passenger car
6.2.1. Key market trends, growth factors and opportunities
6.2.2. Market size and forecast, by region
6.2.3. Market size and forecast for passenger cars by type
6.2.4. Market analysis by country
6.3. Light commercial vehicles
6.3.1. Key market trends, growth factors and opportunities
6.3.2. Market size and forecast, by region
6.3.3. Market size and forecast for light commercial vehicle by type
6.3.4. Market analysis by country
6.4. Heavy commercial vehicles
6.4.1. Key market trends, growth factors and opportunities
6.4.2. Market size and forecast, by region
6.4.3. Market size and forecast for heavy commercial vehicle by type
6.4.4. Market analysis by country
6.5. Electric vehicles
6.5.1. Key market trends, growth factors and opportunities
6.5.2. Market size and forecast, by region
6.5.3. Market size and forecast for electric vehicle by type
6.5.4. Market analysis by country


8.1.1. Company overview
8.1.2. Company snapshot
8.1.3. Operating business segments
8.1.4. Product portfolio
8.1.5. Business performance
8.1.6. Key strategic moves and developments
8.2.1. Company overview
8.2.2. Company snapshot
8.2.3. Operating business segments
8.2.4. Product portfolio
8.2.5. Business performance
8.3. Delphi Technologies (subsidiary of BorgWarner)
8.3.1. Company overview
8.3.2. Company snapshot
8.3.3. Operating business segments
8.3.4. Product portfolio
8.3.5. Business performance
8.3.6. Key strategic moves and developments
8.4.1. Company overview
8.4.2. Company snapshot
8.4.3. Operating business segments
8.4.4. Product portfolio
8.4.5. Business performance
8.4.6. Key strategic moves and developments
8.5.1. Company overview
8.5.2. Company snapshot
8.5.3. Operating business segments
8.5.4. Product portfolio
8.6. Magna International Inc.
8.6.1. Company overview
8.6.2. Company snapshot
8.6.3. Operating business segments
8.6.4. Product portfolio
8.6.5. Business performance
8.7. Robert Bosch GmbH
8.7.1. Company overview
8.7.2. Company snapshot
8.7.3. Operating business segments
8.7.4. Product portfolio
8.7.5. Business performance
8.8. Pioneer Corporation
8.8.1. Company overview
8.8.2. Company snapshot
8.8.3. Product portfolio
8.9. Snap-on Incorporated
8.9.1. Company overview
8.9.2. Company snapshot
8.9.3. Operating business segments
8.9.4. Product portfolio
8.9.5. Business performance
8.9.6. Key strategic moves and developments
8.10. Vector Informatik GmbH
8.10.1. Company overview
8.10.2. Company snapshot
8.10.3. Product portfolio
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