Global Connected Car Market Outlook, 2019

Global Connected Car Market Outlook, 2019

By 2020, Retail Platforms Like Marketplace to be Introduced by Major Automakers in the U.S and Premium Automakers are Considering Features On-demand as a Future Business Model

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29-Mar-2019
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The 2019 version of the connected car outlook covers an overview on the upcoming technologies, features, services and global trends surrounding connected cars and automotive IT. The research includes latest features being introduced by automakers such as Marketplace, features-on demand, in-vehicle payments and newer telematics services. Predictions for 2019 market scenario have been showcased and the actual market scenario of 2018 have also been summarised. The outlook includes concepts, case studies of select use-cases and companies that have been the highlight of 2018 and are going to play a major role in shaping up the industry in the coming years.

Observations from interviews with automakers, Tier-I suppliers, technology providers, telecom providers etc. has been covered and these are trends pertaining to connected services, smartphone interfacing solutions and digital assistants to name a few. Forecasts for the total connected car, navigation system, embedded telematics solutions, etc. has been presented from the in-depth analysis and key findings. Topics such as data monetization, cybersecurity, Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) etc., discusses the opportunities for OEMs and potential start-ups who are seeking to understand business models, regulations and market size to venture into such domains.

Themes from the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), recent connected car acquisitions, developments in the automotive IoT space, operating systems and aftermarket solutions are also covered. The study not only covers major regional updates of North America and Europe but also market/technology penetration, and updates from APAC, South America, India are also captured. The comparative analysis of automakers with respect to human-machine interface (HMI), App integrations, telematics services etc. demonstrates the standards that different brands are setting with respect to technologies.

Finally, the study offers growth opportunities, strategic imperatives and key takeaways for a wider audience. It summarises the key points for each technology, feature and services to help stakeholders to expand the connected car market in different regions and technology avenues they can venture into.

Key Issues Addressed

  • What are the new platforms based services that OEMs are going to introduce in the near future?
  • How companies are aligning their strategies towards C.A.S.E model?
  • Who are the ecosystem players in the various aspects of connected cars such as automotive OS, Navigation, IoT, Cybersecurity etc.?
  • What are the growth opportunities for OEMs and Tier-Is who are in the connected cars space?
  • Which are the approaches that companies are trying to achieve to enable connectivity?

Table of Contents

Top Predictions for 2019

Marketplace Concept

Features on Demand—Audi Joins the Race

V2X Communication Protocols

Amazon Alexa

Microsoft—Connected Car Capabilities

2018 Highlights—Predictions versus Actuals

Research Scope and Objectives

Research Background

Research Methodology

CES Timeline: 2017–2018–2019

Key Trends at CES 2019

Recent Connected Cars Acquisitions

Key Features Trends

Trend 1—Marketplace

Marketplace—In-Vehicle Model

Marketplace—Car Access-based: Fuel Delivery

Trend 2—Feature on Demand (FoD)

FoD Packages—Over 30 Potential Services

FoD OEM Implementations

Trend 3—V2X: Cellular-V2X and DSRC Players

V2X—Regional Updates

Trend 4—In-Vehicle Payment

In-Vehicle Payment—Ecosystem

Trend 5—Digital Assistant: Evolution

Digital Assistant—AI-Based Assistants

Trend 6—Automotive-Biometrics

Trend 7—Personalization is the Buzz Word

Trend 8—Prognostics in Auto Industry

Prognostics—Examples

Trend 9—HMI: Top 5 Findings

HMI—Displays: Central Display and Instrument Clusters

HMI—User Interfaces: Touch and Haptics

Key Auto IT and Data Monetization Trends

Trend 1—Automotive IoT: Four Pillars and Key Use Cases

Automotive IoT—Platforms: Key Solution Highlights

Automotive IoT—OEM Platforms: Comparative Analysis

Trend 2—Cybersecurity: Threat Vectors in Connected Cars

Cybersecurity—Ecosystem: Strategies and Analysis

Cybersecurity—Start-ups: Strategic Partnerships

Trend 3—Data Monetization: Business Models

Data Monetization—Use Cases

Data Monetization—UBI Business Model Analysis

Concept—FNOL

Case Study—Microsoft Tie-ups

Key Solution/System Trends

Connected Services Trends

Telematics Service Trends

TSP Benchmarking

Global Telecom Operators and Connected Car Programs

Automotive OS Landscape

OEM Navigation Overview

OEM Navigation Overview (continued)

Impact of Android Auto and Apple CarPlay on Embedded Navigation

Smart Embedded IVIs to challenge Apple CarPlay, Android Auto

Aftermarket Solutions on the Rise

Connected Car—Regional Highlights

Connected Car—Regional Highlights (continued)

Global Embedded Telematics Unit Shipments Forecast

Region-wise Connected Cars Forecast

Navigation Market Landscape

Global HMI Market Penetration—2018 to 2022

Global UBI Market—Market Share of TSPs and Insurance Companies

Smartphone Interfacing Technologies

European OEM App Integration Summary

European OEM Telematics Services Summary

European OEMs’ HMI Features Comparative Analysis

North American OEM App Integration Summary

North American OEM Telematics Services Summary

North American OEMs’ HMI Features Comparative Analysis

China OEM App Integration Summary

Chinese OEM Telematics Services Summary

China OEMs’ HMI Features Comparative Analysis

Connected Cars and Data Monetization Companies

Growth Opportunity—Partnerships, Business Models and Acquisitions

Connected Cars—Strategic Imperatives

Key Conclusions

Legal Disclaimer

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The 2019 version of the connected car outlook covers an overview on the upcoming technologies, features, services and global trends surrounding connected cars and automotive IT. The research includes latest features being introduced by automakers such as Marketplace, features-on demand, in-vehicle payments and newer telematics services. Predictions for 2019 market scenario have been showcased and the actual market scenario of 2018 have also been summarised. The outlook includes concepts, case studies of select use-cases and companies that have been the highlight of 2018 and are going to play a major role in shaping up the industry in the coming years. Observations from interviews with automakers, Tier-I suppliers, technology providers, telecom providers etc. has been covered and these are trends pertaining to connected services, smartphone interfacing solutions and digital assistants to name a few. Forecasts for the total connected car, navigation system, embedded telematics solutions, etc. has been presented from the in-depth analysis and key findings. Topics such as data monetization, cybersecurity, Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) etc., discusses the opportunities for OEMs and potential start-ups who are seeking to understand business models, regulations and market size to venture into such domains. Themes from the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), recent connected car acquisitions, developments in the automotive IoT space, operating systems and aftermarket solutions are also covered. The study not only covers major regional updates of North America and Europe but also market/technology penetration, and updates from APAC, South America, India are also captured. The comparative analysis of automakers with respect to human-machine interface (HMI), App integrations, telematics services etc. demonstrates the standards that different brands are setting with respect to technologies. Finally, the study offers growth opportunities, strategic imperatives and key takeaways for a wider audience. It summarises the key points for each technology, feature and services to help stakeholders to expand the connected car market in different regions and technology avenues they can venture into.--BEGIN PROMO--

Key Issues Addressed

  • What are the new platforms based services that OEMs are going to introduce in the near future?
  • How companies are aligning their strategies towards C.A.S.E model?
  • Who are the ecosystem players in the various aspects of connected cars such as automotive OS, Navigation, IoT, Cybersecurity etc.?
  • What are the growth opportunities for OEMs and Tier-Is who are in the connected cars space?
  • Which are the approaches that companies are trying to achieve to enable connectivity?
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