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

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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15-Jun-2015
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North America
Research Code: NF68-01-00-00-00
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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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Table of Contents

Executive Summary—Key Findings

Executive Summary—Key Findings (continued)

Executive Summary—HWW in the Automotive Industry

Executive Summary—Evolution of HWW in the Automotive Industry

Executive Summary—Automotive HWW Technology Ecosystem

Executive Summary—HWW’s First Wave of Proliferation

Executive Summary—HWW Focal Points

Executive Summary—Upcoming HWW Applications and Services

Executive Summary—Target Countries for HWW Applications

Executive Summary—Mass Market and Luxury OEM HWW Strategies

Executive Summary—OEMs Target Critical and Noncritical Features

Executive Summary—HWW Features Cost

Executive Summary—OEM Activity: Toyota RiN Concept

Executive Summary—Supplier Activity: Bosch

Executive Summary—Key Areas of Healthcare Innovation

Executive Summary—Innovation Key to HWW Growth

Executive Summary—Current and Future Outlook

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Research Scope

Research Aims and Objectives

Key Questions This Study Will Answer

Research Background

Key OEMs Compared in This Study

Digital Healthcare Segmentation

Product/System Definitions

Vehicle Segmentation

Digital Health Industry Landscape

Themes for the New Healthcare Economy

Key Areas of Healthcare Innovation Drive New Market Opportunities

Major Applications—Cardiac Monitoring Services

Healthcare Market Ecosystem—Focal Points

Potential of Wearable Computing

Wearables’ Interest Grows for Automotive HWW Technologies

HWW Design Tenets of the Automotive Industry

Automotive Industry’s Perception of HWW

Evolution of HWW in the Automotive Industry

Automotive Industry HWW Hot Spots

Passenger Car Driver Age and Health Statistics

Commercial Vehicle Driver Age and Health Statistics

Innovative HWW Features

HWW Applications and Services

Drivers for Automotive HWW Technologies

Automotive HWW and Robotics Strategy

Role of Select OEMs’ Venture Capital Arms in HWW Space

Technical Challenges for HWW Features in the Automotive Industry

Challenges for HWW Features in Vehicles

Automotive HWW Technology Ecosystem

Importance of Automotive OEM Partnerships in the HWW Space

Innovation Key to HWW Growth

Key Factors for Cabin Design

Key Factors for Cabin Design (continued)

HWW Factors in Commercial Vehicle Cabin Styling

Exhibit 1—Volvo XC90 Excellence Lounge Concept

Exhibit 2—2015 Volvo XC90

Exhibit 3—Mercedes-Benz Self-driving F 015 Luxury in Motion Concept

HWW Features and Key Vehicle Systems

Vehicle Components and HWW Features

Vehicle Components and HWW Features (continued)

Vehicle Components and HWW Features (continued)

Standard and Optional HWW Features

HWW Features Cost

Exhibit 4—Ford Targets Entire HWW Spectrum

Exhibit 5—Toyota RiN Concept

Exhibit 6—Toyota Robotics

Exhibit 7—Nissan Driver Monitoring

Exhibit 8—Honda Robotics

Exhibit 9—Lexus GS Monitor, Measure, Communicates on the Go

Exhibit 10—Supplier Activity: Bosch

Summary of HWW in Auto Shows and Research Projects

Key Conclusions

Conclusions and Recommendations

Conclusions and Recommendations (continued)

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

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Abbreviations Used

Driver HWW Training

Automotive and Transportation 2015 Research Production Plan

Market Engineering Methodology

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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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Author Neelam Barua
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