Child Presence Detection System Market to attain a market size of US$ 390.36 million by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 34.24% during 2019-2025 period

The child Presence Detection System market is anticipated to reach a market valuation of US$ 390.36 million by 2025 expanding at a CAGR of 34.24% in the course of the forecast period (2019-2025). The Child Presence Detection System market is dependent on the increasing concerns of deaths of infants and toddlers being left in cars either intentionally or unintentionally. Children and hot cars are a fatal combination. On average, 38 heatstroke-related deaths occur per year in the US alone. It has been found that the temperature in a parked car can rise to dangerous levels on even a mild day. A car can heat up 19 degrees in just 10 minutes. And cracking a window doesn’t help. Other experts found that even when it was just 61° F outside, the temperature inside a closed car could reach more than 105° F in just an hour, an extremely dangerous and potentially fatal level for a child. Research has shown that anyone can forget a small child in a car, especially parents who have a change in their routine or those who are under stress. Just as drivers often find themselves lost in thought and navigating on autopilot, often getting to their destination without remembering details of the trip or missing a turn to run an errand, distracted parents can forget a quiet child.

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Heat-related brain injuries range from minor syndromes to life-threatening emergencies. Over the years, the number of children suffering from heat-related illnesses has significantly increased. The National Association of Medical Examiners defines heat stroke as exposure to high temperatures and reasonable exclusion of other causes of hyperthermia. Children may also suffer damage to the brain as a result of infection leading to hyperthermia in familial dysautonomia. According to the National Safety Council (NSC), more children died in hot cars in 2018 than any other year on record in the US, with 52 children dying from pediatric vehicular heatstroke. Further, heatstroke can happen even when it might not seem that hot outside, with heatstroke occurring when outside temperatures are just 57°F. This strikingly alarming situation calls for some system that can prevent the children from being stuck in hot cars.

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With an increase in the number of cases of HOT car deaths in children, the governments are taking initiatives to make it a compulsion to have a child detection system in the vehicles. Though there are already many technologies existing for child presence detection, the parents are unwilling to adopt them. This is because parents think that this can never happen to them. But this can happen to anyone since in most cases parents did not leave the child knowingly, but it was a case of memory loss in parents due to reasons like a stressful day or a change in routine. Thus, when it will become mandated by law to have a child presence detection system in vehicles, the demand for the same will increase drastically. To overcome this situation, Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers and the Association of Global Automakers, trade groups representing General Motors, Ford, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Toyota and others announced to innovate by introducing a wide range of approaches to help parents and caregivers remember to check the back seat as they leave a vehicle. Italy government has made it illegal not to have an alarm in your child's car seat. Italy this week passed a law that requires all cars to include an alarm to alert parents about children in the back seat, a more effective technology that safety advocates favor. Furthermore, post-2018, another major safety feature will become a requirement. Under a final rule issued this year by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, all new cars will be required to have rear-visibility technology

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Since the case of HOT car deaths have been occurring for more than a decade now, some demand for child presence detection systems has been witnessed in the past few years. Though the demand was not much but was enough to attract the attention of automakers to take some initiatives. Some of the major automakers already offer features aimed at reducing the likelihood that someone could accidentally leave a child unattended in a back seat. General Motors (Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, and GMC vehicles), Hyundai, Kia, and Nissan; have systems that can remind drivers that a rear door had been opened on a trip. A simple display in the gauge cluster, typically accompanied by a warning tone, encourages drivers to check the backseat. General Motors was an early mover, introduced what it calls Rear Seat Reminder in 2016 with the 2017 model-year GMC Acadia, and then adding it to a long list of other models for 2017 and 2018. Nissan North America added Rear Door Alert in 2017, starting with the 2018 Nissan Pathfinder. It plans to roll out the technology to all its four-door models by the 2022 model year.

Currently, North America is the largest market of child presence detection systems. However, Europe and Asia-Pacific are expected to witness reasonable growth over the future course of time. Since, North America is one of the largest automotive manufacturing hubs in the world and victims of child deaths in HOT cars, the initiatives of making child presence detection system mandate are also being taken by them. The market of the system is directly dependent on the automotive market. Major players operating in the child presence detection market are General Motors, Ford Motor Company, Volkswagen AG, Toyota Motor Company Ltd., Hyundai Motors, Nissan Motors, Honda Motors, Robert Bosch, Autoliv Inc., Delphi Automotive, Continental AG, Kia Motors.

Child Presence Detection System Market Segmentation

Market Insights, by Sensor Type

  • Pressure Sensor
  • Ultrasonic Sensor
  • Others

Market Insights, by Sales Channel

  • OEM
  • After Market

Market Insights, by Vehicle Type

  • Sedan
  • SUV
  • Hatchback
  • Others

Market Insights, by Region

  • North America
  • Europe
  • Asia-Pacific
  • Rest of the World

Top Companies Profiled

  • General Motors
  • Ford Motor Company
  • Volkswagen AG
  • Toyota Motor Company Ltd.
  • Hyndai Motors
  • Nissan Motors
  • Honda Motors
  • Robert Bosch
  • Autoliv Inc.
  • Delphi Automotive
  • Continental AG
  • Kia Motors