Global Motorcycle Advanced Rider Assistance System (ARAS) Market 2018-2022 -

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The global motorcycle advanced rider assistance system (ARAS) market, in terms of volume is expected to grow close to 50 million units by 2022.

Global Motorcycle Advanced Rider Assistance System (ARAS) Market 2018-2022, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the market landscape and its growth prospects over the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market.

Motorcycle advanced riding assistance system (ARAS) is specifically designed with a safe human-machine interface that helps in increasing the safety of the rider and the motorcycle. Most road accidents occur due to human error. Hence, ARAS helps motorcycle riders by offering various features like automation, adaptability, enhancement of safety, and better riding experiences.

One trend in the market is shift from traditional CC to electronic CC. Globally, the preference of customers to use motorcycles for touring purposes is increasing. Demand for CC is increasing as the use of CC lets rides free themselves from wrist cramp that occurs while riding for long distance and while adhering to the stipulated speed limits.

According to the report, one driver in the market is increasing demand for integration of safety systems in motorcycles. The flexibility of any device is vital for its adoption in more segments and for its sustainability in the long run. For instance, integration of motorcycle CC with electronic fuel injection and ride-by-wire technology allowed its adoption as standard fitment and increased the riding pleasure in long-distance travelling.

Further, the report states that one challenge in the market is incompetency of ABS in off-road riding. ABS has several benefits on the normal roads. However, it is not an ideal fitment for off-road biking. Basically, in off-road scenarios like deep sand or very rough road. ABS may cause unwanted pressure modulations in the brake system.

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