Passive safety systems protect occupants of a vehicle and other road users in the event of a crash. Unlike Active Safety systems, which assist in preventing accidents, passive safety systems are activated after an incident occurs, and their role is limited to containing or minimizing the damage to affected parties. Airbags, seatbelts, and whiplash protection are the most common passive safety systems in a vehicle. The demand for passive safety systems has saturated in the more mature automotive markets. Automakers are, therefore, exploring the untapped demand in emerging markets where the importance of road safety standards and consumer awareness is steadily improving.
This report provides an insight into the various passive safety systems. It also provides a deep understanding of the airbag and seatbelt markets focusing on their global demand, as well as the emerging market trends.
The IHS Markit Airbag Module Forecast and the IHS Markit Seat Belt Forecast form the primary basis of research for this report. The forecast covers four regions: North America, Europe, Greater China, and Japan/South Korea.
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