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Autonomous Vehicles and Connected Cars will Bolster Cloud Adoption

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The research service discusses the key trends and use cases relevant to cloud computing and automotive ecosystem. It identifies the key areas that offer scope for essential technology innovation and discusses cloud-based solutions specific to the automotive industry. Cloud-based connected car solutions, which are now an integral part of the Internet of Things, are no longer a black box offering a suite of safety and security services; they are a confluence of smartphone integration, cloud connectivity, infrastructure connectivity, and vehicle-to-vehicle connectivity, supported by a range of comfort, convenience, entertainment, vehicle ownership, and safety related services.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings, North America (NA) and Europe, 2015
Key Cloud Application Areas in Automotive Industry—Current and 2020
Key Vendors and Services, Global, 2015
Connected Cars and Cloud Solutions
Connected Cars—Cloud Platform Powering Automotive Ecosystem, Global, 2015
Autonomous Driving—OEM Activities and Cloud Computing, Global, 2015–2030
Cloud Computing—Hybrid Navigation for Autonomous Vehicles
Key Challenges Towards Cloud Adoption
OEM Savings and Benefits Through Cloud-Based Solutions
Automotive Clients and Hybrid Cloud Adoption
Key Findings and Future Outlook, Europe and NA, 2014–2025
2. Research Methodology
Research Scope
Base Year
Study Period
Forecast Period
Vehicle Type
Geographic Region
Research Aims and Objectives
Research Background
Research Methodology
Secondary Research
Primary Research
Automotive Cloud: List of Key Participants, NA and EU, 2014
3. Automotive Cloud—Definition, Services Models, and Types
Cloud Types
Cloud—Definition, Delivery Models, and Service Providers, Cloud—Definition, Delivery Models, and Service Providers
Automotive Ecosystem Challenges and Objectives, NA and Europe, 2015
Cloud Benefits for Automotive Ecosystem, NA and Europe, 2015
Exhibit A—OEM and IaaS Model–Engagement Snapshot
4. Cloud Computing and Passenger Vehicle OEMs
OEM Cloud Computing—Key Focus Areas, NA and Europe 2010–2025
OEM and Cloud Computing Engagements, NA and Europe, 2010–2014
Exhibit B—Cloud-Based Service Delivery Network, Global Solution
Exhibit C
Cloud-Based Shared Digital Marketing Platform, Global Solution
Cloud-Based PC Management Service for Dealerships, Global Solution
Exhibit D—Cloud-Based Talent Management System, Global Solution
Connected Cars—Cloud-Based Navigation
Cloud-Based Navigation: Smart Guidance and Intelligent Cars, Use Cases, NA and Europe, 2015–2025
Cloud Computing—OEM Initiatives and Partnership for Connected Cars
Cloud Computing: OEM Initiatives and Partnership, NA and Europe, 2015
Autonomous Vehicles—OEM Benefits and Annual Savings
Cloud Computing: Autonomous Vehicles and Annual Savings, NA and Europe, 2030
5. Cloud Computing and Dealers
DMS Usage at Dealerships
Automotive Cloud Computing Market: Dealer DMS Usage, NA, 2015
Cloud-Based DMS Capabilities will Increase Adoption Rate
Automotive Cloud Computing Market: Modern Dealer Management System Capabilities, NA and Europe, 2015
Benefits Across Key Functional Areas, NA and Europe, 2015
6. Cloud Computing and Suppliers
Cloud-Based Solution by IBM and Continental
New Use Cases
eHorizon- Connecting car with environment
In-Vehicle Smart Speech Solution
In-Vehicle Smart Speech Solution
Exhibit E—Cloud-based PLM Solution—Tier 1 HVAC Supplier
Automotive Cloud Computing: Tier 1 Supplier Engagement, Global
Exhibit F—Delphi’s Cloud-Based Aftermarket Telematics Product, Global
7. Automotive Cloud Computing—Future Use Cases
Cloud Computing Impact Areas—Recap and Final Look
Design, Testing, and Simulation using HPC
What are they doing
HPC Cloud Solutions Benefits to OEMs and Suppliers
Who can help
Key software
Cloud Computing—OEM and HPC
Cloud Computing—Big Data, Predictive Analysis, and Hybrid Navigation, Global, 2015–2025
3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing Market Potential
Cloud Computing—3D Printing and Automotive Industry
What are they doing
How Cloud solutions will help
Who can help
Augmented Reality (AR), NA and Europe, 2014–2021
Why AR-Head Up Display (HUD)
Producing an Augmented View on HUD
Information Displayed
Interested OEMs
Interested Tier I Suppliers
Key Industry News on AR-HUD
8. Key Conclusions
Automotive Cloud Computing: Key Conclusions and Future Outlook, NA and Europe, 2015–2022
The Last Word—3 Big Predictions
Legal Disclaimer
9. Appendix
Table of Abbreviations and Acronyms Used

List of Figures & Charts

1. Passenger Car Market: Unit Shipment Forecast, NA and Europe, 2014–2021

1. Connected Car Market: New Vehicles Sold with Connectivity, Global, 2014 and 2015
2. Cloud Types and Adoption, NA and Europe, 2015–2021
3. Automotive 3D Printing: Segment Breakdown, Global, 2009 and 2025

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