GNSS Simulators Market Growing at a CAGR 9.4% | Key Player Spirent Communications, Rohde & Schwarz, Syntony GNSS, Orolia, CAST Navigation

October 21 14:16 2020
GNSS Simulators Market Growing at a CAGR 9.4% | Key Player Spirent Communications, Rohde & Schwarz, Syntony GNSS, Orolia, CAST Navigation

Spirent Communications (US), Rohde & Schwarz (Germany), Syntony GNSS (France), Orolia (France), CAST Navigation (US), Accord Software & Systems (India), IFEN (Germany), RACELOGIC (England), TeleOrbit (Germany), Jackson Labs Technologies (US), iP Solutions (Japan), Hyper Tech (US), WORK Microwave (Germany), Qascom (Italy), M3Systems (France)
GNSS Simulators Market by Component, Type (Single Channel, Multichannel), GNSS Receiver (GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, BeiDou), Application (Vehicle Assistance Systems, Location-based Services), Vertical, and Region – Global Forecast to 2024

MarketsandMarkets forecasts the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Simulators Market size to grow from USD 100 million in 2019 to USD 157 million by 2024, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 9.4% during the forecast period. The major factors fueling the market growth include the growing penetration of consumer IoT products and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). These factors are leading to a rise in the need for precise GNSS simulators to test various consumer devices.

Hardware component segment to hold the largest market size during forecast period

Vendors offer hardware, software, and services in the GNSS simulators market. The hardware segment is estimated to hold the largest market size, driven by the advent of 5G and advancements in consumer IoT. GNSS simulation hardware enable users to test their GNSS equipment by creating virtual test scenarios.

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Automotive vertical to grow at the highest CAGR during forecast period

The use of GNSS technology is increasing rapidly in the automotive vertical. The technology finds applications in connected cars and in-vehicle systems. Applications of GNSS in automotive vertical comprise smart mobility, safety-critical applications, liability-critical applications, and regulated applications. The need for modern automotive connectivity solutions in connected vehicles is expected to drive the adoption of GNSS simulators in the automotive vertical.

A Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) simulator is used to test GNSS receivers and the systems which rely on them. It provides control over the signals generated from different GNSS constellations and global testing environments in a box. This enables testing of signals in controlled laboratory conditions. A GNSS simulator generates the same type of signals which are transmitted by GNSS satellites, enabling GNSS receivers to process the simulated signals similar to the way those simulated from actual GNSS satellites are processed. It is an alternative to live environment testing. Unlike live testing, GNSS simulation provides complete control of simulated satellite signals and environmental conditions. Testers can run and create different test scenarios with a GNSS simulator and have complete control over the date, time, and location; vehicle motion; environmental conditions; and signal errors and inaccuracies.

Spirent was founded in 1936 and is headquartered in California, US and Sussex, UK. The company provides innovative solutions that enable IT and communications industries to evaluate the performance, agility, and security of the latest technologies, infrastructure, and applications which are deployed worldwide. It has 1,429 employees in over 25 locations and more than 12 countries. Its communication business caters to 1,400 customers worldwide. Spirent provides solutions for continuous integration, test, deployment, and change management to enable the practice of DevOps. The company leverages the benefits of the continuous integration of its deployment orchestration tools with its testing automation and change management tools, such as iTest and Velocity. In February 2019, Spirent Communications partnered with Dualos, a company that offers supply chain management and embedded technologies. This partnership helps boost acquisition cycles and lower the costs for communications tests by combining Spirent Communications’ quality of experience and radio frequency testers with Dualos’ test design experience.

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Rohde & Schwarz was founded in 1933 and is headquartered in Munich, Germany. It is a privately held company specializing in the field of electronic test and measurement equipment. Rohde & Schwarz develops, produces, and markets a wide range of electronic capital goods for various industries, such as aerospace & defense and electronics, as well as for critical infrastructure operators and government customers. The company is known for quality, precision, and innovation of its products. It offers GNSS test solutions such as GNSS waveforms, GNSS production testers, GNSS constellation simulators, and high-end GNSS constellation simulation. The company operates four business units: test and measurement; broadcast and media; aerospace, defense and security; and networks and cybersecurity. In August 2018, Rohde & Schwarz expanded the capabilities of its R&S SMBV100A GNSS simulator to support Global Certification Forum (GCF) protocol conformance tests for C-V2X device certification.

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