Strategic Analysis of the North American and European Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems Aftermarket

Market Size to Triple Over the Next 5 to 7 Years

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This research service analyzes the tire pressure sensors aftermarket in North America and Europe. Frost & Sullivan forecasts high growth in both regions because of battery expiration in North America and winter tire sales in Europe. The study includes unit shipment and revenue forecasts; pricing, distribution channel, and market share analyses; market drivers and restraints; and demand factors such as vehicles in operation and age. The base year is 2013, with forecasts from 2014 through 2020. Historical data is included (2010-2012). The study also presents a technology roadmap for tire pressure monitoring systems, analyzing how adoption rates of competing products could impact sensor demand over the long term.

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Market Engineering MeasurementsLegislation OverviewTotal Market Unit Shipment SnapshotTop CompetitorsTop Competitors (continued)Comparative Analysis by Region Key Findings and Future Outlook Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions This Study Will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyKey Distribution Groups Compared in this StudyDefinitions and SegmentationProduct SegmentationDefinitionsVehicle SegmentationMarket OverviewMarket StructureProduct RoadmapDirect TPMS Sensors by TypeLegislative TimelineDemand Analysis―Total TPMS MarketNorth America―VIO by CountryUnited States―VIO by Model YearUnited States―VIO by AgeUnited States―VIO by BrandNorth America―Average Age of VehiclesUnited States―Average Annual UseEurope—VIO ForecastEurope―VIO by BrandEurope―VIO by AgeEurope―Average Vehicle Age by CountryDemand AnalysisDrivers and Restraints―Total TPMS AftermarketNorth American Market Drivers North American Drivers ExplainedNorth American Drivers Explained (continued)North American Market RestraintsNorth American Restraints ExplainedEuropean Market DriversEuropean Drivers ExplainedEuropean Drivers Explained (continued)European Market RestraintsEuropean Restraints ExplainedForecasts and Trends—Total TPMS AftermarketMarket Engineering MeasurementsTotal TPMS Aftermarket—Unit Shipment Scenario AnalysisForecast Scenario Assumptions to 2020Total TPMS Aftermarket Unit Shipment Forecast by RegionTotal TPMS Aftermarket Revenue Forecast by RegionTotal Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast DiscussionTPMS Aftermarket Pricing Trends and ForecastPricing Trends and Forecast DiscussionTPMS Aftermarket Revenue Split by Distribution ChannelDistribution Channel Revenue Forecast DiscussionMarket Share and Competitive Analysis—Total TPMS MarketCompetitive EnvironmentMergers and AcquisitionsCompetitive Analysis—Market ShareOEM Supplier DatabaseOEM Supplier Database (continued)SWOT AnalysisSWOT Analysis (continued)Competitive Factors and AssessmentCase Study—Advantage PressureProNorth American TPMS AftermarketNorth American TPMS Aftermarket—Key FindingsNorth American TPMS Aftermarket—Unit Shipment ForecastNorth American TPMS Aftermarket—Revenue ForecastNorth American TPMS Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast DiscussionNorth American TPMS Aftermarket—Installation Rate by System TypeNorth American TPMS Aftermarket—Installation Rate by System Type DiscussionNorth American TPMS Aftermarket—Pricing Trends and ForecastNorth American TPMS Aftermarket—Pricing Trends and Forecast DiscussionNorth American TPMS Aftermarket—Percent Revenue Split by Distribution ChannelNorth American TPMS Aftermarket—Percent Revenue Split by Distribution Channel Discussion North American TPMS Aftermarket—Supplier Market ShareNorth American TPMS Aftermarket—Supplier Market Share DiscussionEuropean TPMS AftermarketEuropean TPMS Aftermarket—Key FindingsEuropean TPMS Aftermarket—Unit Shipment ForecastEuropean TPMS Aftermarket—Revenue ForecastEuropean TPMS Aftermarket—Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecast DiscussionEuropean TPMS Aftermarket—Winter Tire Legislation in EuropeEuropean TPMS Aftermarket—Installation Rate by System TypeEuropean TPMS Aftermarket—Installation Rate by System Type DiscussionEuropean TPMS Aftermarket—Pricing Trends and ForecastEuropean TPMS Aftermarket—Pricing Trends and Forecast DiscussionEuropean TPMS Aftermarket—Percent Revenue Split by Distribution ChannelEuropean TPMS Aftermarket—Percent Revenue Split by Distribution Channel Discussion European TPMS Aftermarket—Supplier Market ShareTire pressure monitoring systems Aftermarket—Supplier Market Share DiscussionConclusions and Future Outlook—Total TPMS MarketTotal TPMS Aftermarket Aftermarket—Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixSchrader InternationalContinentalTRWPacific IndustrialList of Abbreviations and Acronyms UsedGlobal Aftermarket Research ProgramMarket Engineering Methodology

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