Global Light Vehicle Access and Security Market 2015-2030

Aug 05, 2015, 14:10 ET from Research and Markets

DUBLIN, Aug. 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "Global light vehicle access and security market- forecasts to 2030" report to their offering.

This latest just-auto report edition offers a global review of the OE vehicle access, anti-theft and security sector, its suppliers, top markets, technologies and market forecasts.

This global market study offers:

- Automotive OE vehicle access, anti-theft and security market size estimates - Latest technologies and trends - Market share data tables - Exclusive interviews with major companies - Profiles of the major players including their strategies and prospects - Market size forecasts

You can use this report to:

- Understand the scope and scale of the major markets - Get an overview of the global automotive vehicle access, anti-theft and security sector - Identify opportunities and threats - Prepare demand and supply forecasts - Review the latest technological drivers - Know the key trends within the sector and what's driving them - Get up to speed with latest company activities and prospects - Hear direct from major companies on strategies and plans - Carry out competitive analysis

Key Topics Covered:

1. Introduction

2. PESTER analysis

3. Companies

  • Aisin Seiki
  • Brose
  • Continental
  • Delphi
  • Denso
  • Giobert
  • Hella
  • Honda Lock
  • Hulsbeck & Furst (HuF)
  • Inteva
  • Kiekert
  • Magna-Intier
  • Marquardt
  • Mitsui Kinzoku ACT/GECOM
  • Omron
  • Shiroki
  • Strattec
  • Tokai Rika
  • TRW
  • U-Shin
  • Valeo
  • Witte

4. Markets

  • Door latches
  • Passive entry systems

5. Technologies

  • Corporate latches - a "clever" route to cutting costs
  • Double locking - a failure, but a harbinger of change even so
  • Keyless entry systems
  • Smart Keys
  • Case studies
  • Valeo's Insync - vehicle access by phone

6. Forecasts

  • Global and regional fitment rates
  • Passive keyless entry
  • Active keyless entry
  • Standard key entry

7. Vehicle crime

  • Anti-theft developments for smart keys
  • Economic conditions may well lead to a rise in vehicle crime
  • Electric and hybrid vehicles - a new vulnerable sector
  • How do modern thieves steal cars?

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