Executive Analysis of the Global Connected Car Market

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This research service provides a strategic overview of the global passenger vehicles telematics market. The study provides market analysis by region, unit shipment, aftermarket, OEM, and industry. It highlights key trends, legislation, and related roadmaps. It also discusses the penetration of telematics, connectivity and navigation and the market potential across different regions, while highlighting key popular features. Overall, the study provides insights into the industry by discussing the 2013 (base year) developments in the market and outlining the outlook for 2014.

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Executive SummaryTop 5 PredictionsGlobal Connected Car Volumes and Key ApplicationsCES 2014 HighlightsKey 2013 Frost & Sullivan Predictions Vs. ActualsKey Regional HighlightsTop Level Solution TrendsKey Regional Solution HighlightsGlobal Connected Car Market—Embedded and TetheredGlobal Telematics Snapshot Global Navigation Systems—Embedded and PNDGlobal Navigation Snapshot—Smartphone NavigationOverview of General Communication Technology RoadmapCommunication Roadmap—Service SegmentsKey Connectivity, Telematics and Infotainment TrendsBusiness Case for OTA’s—2014’s Key TrendOTA Case Study—Tesla Smartphone & App Integration OverviewInfotainment Operating System EvolutionOEM Ecosystem Partners and DependenciesTelematics Service Delivery OptionsAftermarket DIY OBDII Hardware & AppsCompetitive Landscape of OEMs—ScorecardCompetitive landscape of OEMs—Scorecard (continued)Luxury OEMs Connected Car Business ModelsLuxury OEMs Connected Car Feature PortfolioTier 1 Supplier PositioningUpdate on Regulations and Mandate Research ScopeResearch ScopeVehicle Segmentation European Infotainment and Telematics OverviewTop 5 Prediction—Europe2013 EU Market Trends and HighlightsEuropean Telematics and Infotainment SnapshotRenault R-Link—Case StudyJaguar Land Rover inControl—Case Study European OEM Connected Infotainment Comparative AnalysisTelematics Services Business Model ComparisonEU OEMs HMI Comparative AnalysisEurope Automotive App Stores RecapNorth American Infotainment and Telematics OverviewTop 5 Prediction—North America2013 NA Market HighlightsNorth American Telematics and Infotainment SnapshotChevrolet MyLink—Case StudyHyundai BluelinkVolvo Sensus Connected Touch ProgramFord SYNC Applink—Case StudyAudi Connect—Case studyNorth American OEM Connected Infotainment Comparative AnalysisTelematics Services Business Model ComparisonNA OEMs Human Machine Interface (HMI) Comparative AnalysisNorth American Automotive App Stores RecapChinese Infotainment and Telematics OverviewTop 5 Prediction—China2013 China Market HighlightsChinese Telematics and Infotainment SnapshotQorosQloud Infotainment Platform—Case studyTelematics Service Snapshot ConclusionsKey ConclusionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixTable of Acronyms UsedLearn More—Next StepsMarket Engineering Methodology




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