Transducers that transform energy into motion are known as automotive actuators. They are in charge of a variety of functions in automobiles, including applying brakes, operating doors, regulating lights, and so on.
These gadgets may control everything from a simple switch to a car’s high-powered hydraulic systems and valves. Different motors, such as stepper motors, linear motors, and Permanent Magnet DC motors, control the actuators (PMDC).
The type of motor that is used varies depending on the function. The rise of the automobile market, as well as the adoption of new CO2 emission requirements in developing and developed nations, are the key driving drivers behind this market’s expansion.
The North America Automotive Actuators Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
BorgWarner, a global pioneer in the innovation and supply of AWD systems, is providing a revolutionary weight and efficiency gains in AWD systems, as well as the essential performance improvements.
BorgWarner’s development of these next-generation AWD actuators contributes to lower prices and helps mitigate the financial hurdles posed by other vehicle components in the quest for cost-neutral hybrid cars.
Simultaneously, the need for actuators that achieve the same or better torque transfer levels while lowering complexity and weight is growing.
Being a long-time collaborator of global automakers provides AWD couplings and transfer cases to OEMs. The mechanical procedures for both front and rear wheel based on-demand AWD systems are almost identical, with the vehicle drivetrains they support is the sole difference.
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