Automotive test equipment (ATE) is a machine that is designed to perform quality checks on different automotive devices, referred to as devices under test (DUT). ATE is a computerised machine that controls automated systems, to test devices for hardware; software; electronics and semiconductors. Major applications served by the automotive test equipment are fuel dilution, lubricant aeration, and measuring the oil consumption of the automotive engine. The necessity for automotive devices quality check increases the demand for ATE that ensures the manufacturing of high-performance vehicles to meet all safety needs for the end users of an automotive vehicle. This increase in demand for safe and reliable vehicles is expected to complement the product growth over the forecast period.
Manufacturers are trying to adopt new technologies such as advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), electronic control units (ECU), data loggers, crash impact simulation and electric vehicle testing mechanism. Adoption of ADAS technology increases
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