Post COVID-19, the In-cabin Air Quality Improvement Solutions Market size is projected to reach USD 1,218 million in 2021, from USD 1,083 million in 2020, at a CAGR of 12.5%. The effect of COVID-19 pandemic on the in-cabin air quality improvement solutions is presensented in the study.
Post pandemic, increasing adoption of HEPA and activated carbon filter based intelligent cabin air purification systems will be a major growth driver for the market. HEPA cabin air filters are specially beneficial for occupants with allergies to dust particles and gaseous pollutants. Vehicle occupants are more exposed to dirt, pollen, and smoke in urban areas, and these harmful pollutants tend to recirculate inside the cabin. A cabin air purifier can protect occupants from the detrimental effect of pollutants. The implementation of HEPA and activated carbon cabin filters is expected to increase due to the heightened health awareness post pandemic. For instance, Geely launched its ICON compact SUV with N95 certified Intelligent Air Purification System (IAPS) in February 2020. The OEM earlier invested USD 53 million to develop ‘healthy, intelligent vehicles.
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Automotive in-cabin air quality improvement solutions providers have adopted strategies such as product launches and developments, partnerships, collaborations, and joint ventures to grow in the in-cabin air quality improvement solutions market. For instance, Denso has a long-term partnership with Toyota for complete HVAC systems. MANN+HUMMEL is currently developing FreciousSmart, an Intelligent cabin air filter system. The HVAC system can be dynamically controlled by sensors and engages cabin filters depending on the CO2 concentration inside the vehicle.
Some of the major players in the automotive in-cabin air quality improvement solutions market are Bosch (Germany), Denso (Japan), Valeo (France), MAHLE (Germany), Marelli (Italy), Air International Thermal Systems, MANN+HUMMEL (Germany), Eberspächer (Germany) among others.
Denso(Japan), MAHLE (Germany), Marelli (Italy), Valeo (France), Bosch (Germany), and MANN+HUMMEL (Germany) will have a competitive advantage in the automotive in-cabin air improvement solutions market. HVAC system manufacturers such as Denso, MAHLE, Marelli, Air International Thermal Systems, and Valeo provide complete HVAC system modules with premium cabin air filters. These manufacturers have a very strong presence in the HVAC systems and related components market.
Valeo (France) is a leading player in the automotive in-cabin air quality improvement solutions market. It offers HVAC systems with multilayer high efficiency particle cabin air filters and activated carbon filters to prevent harmful gaseous particles and pollutants from entering the cabin. Valeo’s cabin filters are made of three or four different layers – a support layer, an absorbent layer, one or two layers of filtering material. The manufacturer would shortly launch combined filters with additional functions in Europe. The new filter will have anti-allergen properties and will have filter medium made of polyphenol.
Denso (Japan) is one of major players in the automotive in-cabin air quality improvement solutions maket. It offers complete HVAC systems to Toyota, which is a major producer of passenger cars.
Bosch (Germany), another major player in the automotive in-cabin air improvement solutions market, offers premium cabin filters with HEPA standards and provide filtration efficiency of 99.97% at 0.3 microns. The cabin filter comprises 3 layers – support layer, HEPA layer, cotton layer. These filters are designed to provide protection against allergens, dust, and other harmful gaseous pollutants.
MANN+HUMMEL is leading manufacturer of automotive cabin filters. The manufacturer offers FreciousPlus cabin air filters which block PM 2.5 particles. The manufacturer developed multi-layer cabin filter with additional biofunctional coating along with particle filter layer and premium activated carbon layer. The biofunctional layer is made of polyphenols and has an antiallergenic and antimicrobial effect to protect occupants from allergens, bacteria, and mold fungi. MANN+HUMMEL claims that its FreciousPlus cabin filters help people breathe easily who are suffering from allergies. MANN+HUMMEL’s FreciousSmart, intelligent cabin air filter system, dynamically adjusts air filtration. FreciousSmart employs a sensor that continuously compares the air quality inside and outside the vehicle and determines the filters to be used on the basis of CO2 concentration, particle concentration, and relative air humidity. Product innovations, OEM partnerships, and extensive product portfolio would help these manufacturers leading position and gain more market share in the automotive in-cabin air quality improvement solutions market.
COVID-19 Impact on Automotive In-Cabin Air Quality Improvement Solutions Market by Product Type (integrated HVAC system, air purifier/ionizer, ozone generators, Cloud based Air Quality Monitoring System), Vehicle and Countries - Global Forecast to 2021
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