Executive Outlook of Health, Wellness, and Wellbeing Technologies in the Global Automotive Industry

Volume-driving OEMs Leading the First Wave of Proliferation

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This research service analyzes and provides forecasts for health, wellness, and wellbeing (HWW) features in the automotive industry. It identifies strategies and opportunities for growth, determines the influence of technology, and identifies the stakeholders in the ecosystem. It offers insights through a comparative analysis of key global original equipment manufacturers’ (OEMs’) strategies to include health monitoring features in cars as standard, optional, or advanced—whether built in, brought in, or cloud-enabled. The research presents case studies on HWW features offered by leading OEMs. It concludes with an actionable set of recommendations.

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Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Key FindingsExecutive Summary—Key Findings (continued)Executive Summary—HWW in the Automotive IndustryExecutive Summary—Evolution of HWW in the Automotive IndustryExecutive Summary—Automotive HWW Technology EcosystemExecutive Summary—HWW’s First Wave of Proliferation Executive Summary—HWW Focal PointsExecutive Summary—Upcoming HWW Applications and ServicesExecutive Summary—Target Countries for HWW ApplicationsExecutive Summary—Mass Market and Luxury OEM HWW StrategiesExecutive Summary—OEMs Target Critical and Noncritical FeaturesExecutive Summary—HWW Features CostExecutive Summary—OEM Activity: Toyota RiN Concept Executive Summary—Supplier Activity: BoschExecutive Summary—Key Areas of Healthcare InnovationExecutive Summary—Innovation Key to HWW GrowthExecutive Summary—Current and Future OutlookAssociated MultimediaResearch Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions This Study Will AnswerResearch BackgroundKey OEMs Compared in This StudyDefinitions and SegmentationDigital Healthcare SegmentationProduct/System DefinitionsVehicle SegmentationActivities in the Digital Health IndustryDigital Health Industry LandscapeThemes for the New Healthcare EconomyKey Areas of Healthcare Innovation Drive New Market OpportunitiesMajor Applications—Cardiac Monitoring ServicesHealthcare Market Ecosystem—Focal PointsPotential of Wearable ComputingWearables’ Interest Grows for Automotive HWW TechnologiesProliferation of HWW Value Proposition in the Automotive IndustryHWW Design Tenets of the Automotive IndustryAutomotive Industry’s Perception of HWWEvolution of HWW in the Automotive IndustryAutomotive Industry HWW Hot SpotsPassenger Car Driver Age and Health StatisticsCommercial Vehicle Driver Age and Health StatisticsInnovative HWW FeaturesHWW Applications and ServicesDrivers for Automotive HWW TechnologiesAutomotive HWW and Robotics StrategyRole of Select OEMs’ Venture Capital Arms in HWW SpaceKey Challenges to HWW GrowthTechnical Challenges for HWW Features in the Automotive IndustryChallenges for HWW Features in VehiclesEmergence of an All-new EcosystemAutomotive HWW Technology EcosystemImportance of Automotive OEM Partnerships in the HWW SpaceInnovation Key to HWW GrowthImpact of HWW on In-cabin Design and StylingKey Factors for Cabin DesignKey Factors for Cabin Design (continued)HWW Factors in Commercial Vehicle Cabin StylingExhibit 1—Volvo XC90 Excellence Lounge ConceptExhibit 2—2015 Volvo XC90Exhibit 3—Mercedes-Benz Self-driving F 015 Luxury in Motion ConceptHWW Features, Standard and Option AnalysisHWW Features and Key Vehicle SystemsVehicle Components and HWW FeaturesVehicle Components and HWW Features (continued)Vehicle Components and HWW Features (continued)Standard and Optional HWW FeaturesHWW Features CostKey OEM Activities in HWW Technology EvolutionExhibit 4—Ford Targets Entire HWW SpectrumExhibit 5—Toyota RiN ConceptExhibit 6—Toyota RoboticsExhibit 7—Nissan Driver MonitoringExhibit 8—Honda RoboticsExhibit 9—Lexus GS Monitor, Measure, Communicates on the GoExhibit 10—Supplier Activity: BoschSummary of HWW in Auto Shows and Research ProjectsKey Conclusions and Future OutlookKey ConclusionsConclusions and RecommendationsConclusions and Recommendations (continued)The Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixAbbreviations UsedDriver HWW Training Automotive and Transportation 2015 Research Production PlanMarket Engineering Methodology


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