The global tilt sensors market size is expected to reach USD 288.7 million by 2025, registering a CAGR of 8.9% from 2019 to 2025, according to a new study conducted by Grand View Research, Inc. Tilt sensors measure the angular inclination of a vehicle or equipment with reference to the ground and provide an alarm or information to the operators and drivers about a rollover condition. These devices are being adopted across a variety of applications as a part of safety systems in automobiles and construction equipment.
The market for tilt sensor is expected to expand in response to the notable rise in focus of operators on safety standards and regulations set by safety communities. Several safety communities are coming forward to standardize and implement regulations due to the rise in accidents caused from rollover or tilting of vehicles and equipment, especially in industries such as construction, mining, transportation, aerospace, and defense. For instance, the Scaffold and Access Industry Association recently published the ANSI A92 standards for the North American Mobile Elevated Working Platforms (MEWP) and equipment, wherein every design will integrate tilt sensors either in the form of inclinometers or tilt switches.
The market is also anticipated to grow over the forecast period owing to the increasing investments in transportation projects, commercial infrastructure development activities, public facilities, and mining exploration activities across developing economies. Majority of the demand for tilt sensors is expected to be seen in the aerospace & defense industries owing to the heavy investments made by the governments in collaboration with the technology service providers across all the nations on drones, aircraft, weapons platforms, launchers, and armored vehicles.
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