Demand for Dashboard Cameras to Increase Globally till 2021, Says TechSci Research in Its Insightful Report Recently Added at MarketPublishers.com27 Feb 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Nowadays, dashboard cameras come with various advanced features owing to remarkable technological advancements and innovations. The demand for dashboard cameras has grown worldwide during the past several years owing to introduction of new features and enhancing consumer awareness of different benefits associated with installing of dash cams in their autos.
The highest demand for dashboard cameras comes from the APAC region, followed by Europe, CIS and North America. The global demand for dashboard cameras is expected to keep on rising in the coming years boosted by escalating auto sales, rising young population number and also enhancing need to track and monitor autos on real time basis.
The world’s dashboard camera market value is predicted to surpass the USD 3 billion mark by the year 2021.
Based on technology, the single channel dashboard cams took lead in the worldwide market during the past years and is anticipated to maintain its dominant position in the near future.
Top dashboard camera manufacturers include Blackvue, PAPAGO, Thinkware, Lukashd, Cobra electronics, Nextbase, Vicovation and Mio technology.
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