Automotive Industry IT Spending—CIO Focus, Trends, and Highest Growth Areas

By 2020, IT Spending by Automotive Companies to Reach $80.05 Billion

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Growing digitization, connectivity, cloud computing, dynamic customer preferences, Internet of Things (IoT), cybersecurity, and increasing automation are the key trends driving the automotive industry to invest in IT. Automotive OEMs, Tier I suppliers, and automotive ecosystem participants invest in key focus areas including Industry 4.0, digital retailing, security, Big Data, mobility, connected living and IoT. This research service provides an overview of technology and software used in the automotive industry, trends related to each technology, approaches to each technology/software from a “C” level executive’s perspective, and recommendations on actionable insights. The base year of analysis is 2015 a

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Executive SummaryAutomotive IT Spending—Top 5 InsightsInsight 1—Global IT Spending (2015)Insight 2—Automotive IT Spending: Technology InvestmentsInsight 3—Automotive IT Spending (2015 to 2025)Insight 4—Automotive IT Spending: Growth Environment Insight 5—Breakthrough Technologies Transforming Automotive IndustryAutomotive IT Spending—Significant OverlapsAutomotive IT Spending Quickly Moving away from Traditional AreasAutomotive IT Spending—Current and Future OutlookResearch Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions This Study Will AnswerResearch BackgroundAutomotive Industry 4.0Automotive I4.0—What IoMT in Automotive Manufacturing will EnableDigitization in Manufacturing—Key Elements of Automotive I4.0 ApproachDigitization in Manufacturing and Required Percentage of IT InvestmentsElements of Industry 4.0—Robotics, Connectivity, and SoftwareAutomotive IT Spending—Robotics and IIoTAutomotive IT Spending—Industry 4.0 SoftwareSnapshot—BMW’s Approach to I4.0: Digitization of Production FacilitiesSnapshot—Mercedes-Benz’s Approach to Automotive I4.0Snapshot—Siemens Solution for Maserati’s Digitalization Efforts IT Landscape—What IT will be Used to Enable Automotive Industry 4.0?Digital RetailingGrowing Digitization in All Elements of the Automotive IndustryPurchase Decisions Made Before Reaching the StoreChallenges of IT Objectives for a CIO or IT DepartmentCustomer Purchasing Behavior Driven through a Digital Ecosystem What Digitizing the Retail Environment EnablesAutomotive Industry Digitalization—Dealer OperationsBreakdown of Initial Cost of Digitizing RetailingAutomotive IT Spending—Digital Retailing, 2015 to 2025Comparison of OEM Digital Retailing StrategiesIT Landscape—What IT will be Used to Enable Digital Retailing?SecurityAutomotive Industry—Growing Cybersecurity FocusChallenges of IT Objectives for a CIO or IT DepartmentAutomotive Security Focus—Data Management to Connected CarsAutomotive Security—Key Elements Driving Security Best PracticesAutomotive Solutions Demand Comprehensive Security Automotive Cybersecurity ActivitiesAutomotive IT Spending—IT Security and Car CybersecurityGM’s Security Initiatives and Vulnerability Disclosure Program IT Landscape—What IT will be Used to Enable Automotive Security?Big DataHarnessing Big Data—What Big Data Will EnableTrends in Automotive Big Data AnalysisKey Focus Areas in Automotive Big Data AnalyticsCIO/IT Challenges—Big Data PerspectiveAutomotive Big Data—OverviewAutomotive IT Spending—Big Data, 2015 to 2025Toyota’s Game-changing Transition Leveraging Predictive Analytics Ford Plans to Improve Driving Experience by Streamlining DataAutomotive OEMs—Involvement in Big Data AnalyticsIT Landscape—What IT will be Used to Enable Big Data? Connected Living and IoTAutomotive Industry—Smart Home Objectives and ChallengesSmart Home and Connected Cars Crossover—TrendsSmart Home—Automotive OEM Initiatives Automotive IT Spending—Connected Living and IoT, 2015 to 2025Snapshot—Ford SYNC Initiatives towards Smart Cars and Smart HomesPanasonic Automotive Roadmap—Focus on IoT and Key TechnologiesIT Landscape—What IT will be Used to Enable Connected Living and IoT? Mobility Mobility Impact on Automotive and Transportation IndustryMobility Companies Disrupting Automotive Industry EcosystemOEMs Moving towards Mobility-as-a-service (MaaS)OEM Smart Mobility StrategiesProliferation of the eHail ConceptCarsharing and Integrated Mobility—Early Stages for Automotive OEMsRidesharing and Automotive OEMs—Social Transportation TrendAutomotive IT Spending—Mobility, 2015 to 2025FordPass Platform—Smart Mobility InitiativeApple’s Investment in Chinese Ride Hailing Company—Didi ChuxingIT Landscape—What IT will be Used to Enable Mobility? Conclusions and Future OutlookOverview of Automotive IT Spending, 2015 to 2025Overview of Automotive IT Spending in Key Areas, 2015 to 2025Overview of Automotive IT Spending in Key Areas, 2015 to 2025 (continued)Strategic Imperatives for Automotive IT SpendingKey Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendix Market Engineering MethodologyTable of Acronyms UsedTable of Acronyms Used (continued)


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