Executive Analysis of Internet Use Cases in Trucks

Internet-enabled Services to Reduce the Average Truck Driver Age to 35–40 in the Next 7 Years

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This research study analyzes the current and future developments in truck ecosystem with the Internet of Things (IoT) taking shape in the trucking industry. Growing awareness of IoT in the automotive industry has unveiled a number of smart trucking services that could significantly benefit the fraternity in various aspects. While OEMs are building Internet-based–real-time technologies which strongly emphasize on safety, fuel saving, and emission reduction, telematics vendors are gearing up with advanced fleet management services for effective fleet and driver utilization. IoT in trucks will add new revenue streams for OEMs and telematics vendors by bringing in data aggregators and analytics companies into the

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings
Internet of Things in Trucks—An Overview of Internet-Enabled Services
Value Chain
Technology Services Mapping
Decrease in Average Driver Age
Over-the-Air (OTA) Updates
OEM Partnership
Challenges in IoT Implementation
2. Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and Methodology
Research Scope
Research Aims and Objectives
Research Background
Research Methodology
3. Definitions and Segmentation
Market Definitions and Segmentation
4. Implications for OEMs and Aftermarket Vendors
Active Prediction and Intervention
Autonomous Trucks
Leveraging IoT for Product and Process Improvement
Product and Process Improvement—Service Management
Product and Process Improvement—Inventory Management
Product and Process Improvement—Product Improvement
5. Implications for Fleet Operators
Mobile-based Freight Brokerage Services
Platooning Services
Repair and Maintenance
Payload Management
Additive Manufacturing
Smart Payment Services
6. Implications for Drivers
In-cab e-Learning and Training
Safety Systems
Health and Wellness
7. Conclusions and Future Outlook
The Last Word—3 Big Predictions
Legal Disclaimers
8. Appendix
Market Engineering Methodology

List of Figures & Charts

1. Truck Telematics Market: Key Findings, Global, 2014
2. Truck Telematics Market: Technology Services Mapping, Global, 2014-2021
3. Truck Telematics Market: OEM Partnership, Global, 2014
4. Truck Telematics Market: Challenges, Global, 2014
5. Truck Telematics Market: Key Questions this Study will Answer, Global, 2014
6. Truck Telematics Market: Key Participants, Global, 2014
7. Truck Telematics Market: Market Definitions and Segmentation, Global, 2014
8. The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

1. Truck Telematics Market: Internet-enabled Services, Global, 2014
2. Truck Telematics Market: Value Chain, Global, 2014
3. Truck Telematics Market: Technology Services Mapping, Global, 2014-2021
4. Truck Telematics Market: Decrease in Average Driver Age, Global, 2014-2025
5. Truck Telematics Market: Over-the-Air Updates, Global, 2014
6. Truck Telematics Market: Active Prediction and Intervention, Global, 2014
7. Truck Telematics Market: Autonomous Trucks, Global, 2014
8. Truck Telematics Market: Product and Process Improvement, Global, 2014
9. Truck Telematics Market: Service Management, Global, 2014
10. Truck Telematics Market: Inventory Management , Global, 2014
11. Truck Telematics Market: Product Improvement, Global, 2014
12. Truck Telematics Market: Mobile-based Freight Brokerage Services, Global, 2014
13. Truck Telematics Market: Platooning Services, Global, 2014
14. Truck Telematics Market: Repair and Maintenance, Global, 2014
15. Truck Telematics Market: Payload Management, Global, 2014
16. Truck Telematics Market: Additive Manufacturing, Global, 2014
17. Truck Telematics Market: Smart Payment Services, Global, 2014
18. Truck Telematics Market: Smart Parking Services, Global, 2014
19. Truck Telematics Market: Gamification, Global, 2014
20. Truck Telematics Market: In-cab eLearning and Training, Global, 2014
21. Truck Telematics Market: Safety Systems, Global, 2014
22. Truck Telematics Market: Health and Wellness, Global, 2014

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