Over the Air Engine Control Module Market Strategies and Forecasts, 2016 to 2026

Over The Air Engine (OTA) Control module is a recently developed concept in the field of Engine and Powertrain Control. Commonly known as ECU/PCM, which controls various engine and vehicle operation parameters such as fuel mixture, ignition timing, emissions monitoring, and fuel pump operation, engine cooling, ABS controls, etc. in automobiles. The Heavy & Light Commercial vehicles are early adopters of this technology where the OEMs themselves have imbibed their self-designed OTA control module in the vehicles. In 2015, Navistar Inc. became the first heavy commercial vehicle manufacturer to endorse the OTA control module in its International Trucks fleet. Over The Air Engine control module operates through a remote-controlled process where the PCM is Wi-Fi enabled. The software component of the module or system consists of a Graphic User Interface (GUI) which enables to visualize the control parameters. Periodic updates are sent to the device controller via cloud server, while the device controller being Wi-Fi enabled receives it.

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Over The Air Engine Control Module Market Segmentation
The OTA Control market can be classified on the basis of interface & connectivity options such as:
• Ethernet
• Controller Area Network (CAN)
• Local Internet Network (LIN)
On the basis of bandwidth usage levels for data communication OTA control market can be segmented as:
• Low-speed
• High-speed
By Vehicle Types the OTA market can be segmented as:
• Passenger Vehicles
• Commercial Vehicles
• Heavy Trucks and Busses
By Sales Channel OTA market can be segmented as:
• Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM)
• Aftermarket

Over The Air Engine Control Module Market Dynamics & Trends
Increasing adoption of connected vehicle technologies, active safety systems and vehicle digitization trends in the automotive industry provide a firm platform for growth of latest technologies...