2015 Outlook of the Global Connected Car Market

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This research service focuses on various technologies related to connected cars such as human-machine interface (HMI) and telematics that are likely to enter the market by 2015. The study discusses various technological advancements that are occurring in North America, Europe, China, and Brazil and provides forecast and penetration rates for these technologies. In addition, key technology trends are analyzed for the various original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). As the connected car market evolves, so, too will OEMs’ business models.

Table of Contents

Executive SummaryRecap of 20142014 Frost & Sullivan Predictions vs. ActualsKey Predictions for 2015Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2015 HighlightsNew Cars Sold with ConnectivityNew Cars Sold with Embedded NavigationNew Embedded Telematics Subscriber AdditionsTier I Supplier Comparative AnalysisKey Supplier Capabilities—Software and Analytics2014 vs. 2015 OutlookResearch ScopeResearch Scope and Objectives Vehicle Segmentation Connected Car—Product and Technology TrendsGlobal Connected Cars Market LTE Integration in CarsEuropean OEMs App Integration SummaryNorth American OEM App Integration SummaryNew Cars Sold with Embedded NavigationConnected Infotainment Feature BenchmarkingCD- and Navigation-less InfotainmentOver-the-air UpdatesOEMs’ Focusing on Mobility ServicesTelematics Feature BenchmarkingNA OEMs’ Telematics Services Comparative AnalysisBrazil OEMs’ Telematics Services Comparative AnalysisChinese OEMs’ Telematics Services Comparative AnalysisInput and Output HMI Feature BenchmarkingEuropean OEMs’ HMI Comparative AnalysisNA OEMs’ HMI Comparative AnalysisInput and Output HMI InnovationsInfluence of Vehicle Automation on HMIInfluence of High-end ProcessorsSpotlight on In-car SecurityInfluence of Connected Living on Connected CarsHMI Market and Technology TrendsInput Trends—Touch ScreensInput HMI—New Cars Sold with Touch ScreenInput HMI Trends—Multimodal Input SolutionsInput HMI—New Cars Sold with Multifunctional ControllersInput HMI—New Cars Sold with Voice RecognitionInput Trends—Handwriting RecognitionInput HMI—New Cars Sold with Handwriting RecognitionInput HMI—New Cars Sold with Air Gesture Recognition Output HMI Trends—Haptic Feedback SolutionsOutput HMI Trends—HUD and Instrument Cluster DisplayOutput Trends—Head-Up Displays (HUDs) Output HMI–New Cars Sold with Head-up DisplayVoice of the Customer AnalysisKey Next-Vehicle Purchase AttributesConnected Car Package InterestEurope—Feature Interest by Vehicle SegmentEurope—Smartphone Usage TrendsEurope—Activities Done While Using Smartphone in the VehicleUS—Current Infotainment and Telematics Systems in Vehicles SummaryUS—Smartphone Experience is Still Preferred by Many Drivers in the USConclusions and Future OutlookConnected Car Business ModelKey Conclusions and Future OutlookAppendixTable of Acronyms UsedLearn More—Next StepsMarket Engineering Methodology




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