Global Connected Truck Telematics Outlook, 2022

Global Connected Truck Telematics Outlook, 2022

Mergers and Acquisitions Continue to Drive Transformational Growth as Stakeholders Prioritize Last-Mile Delivery, Freight Visibility, and Electric Vehicle Telematics

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10-Jun-2022
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Global
Research Code: MG9F-01-00-00-00
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In the 2021 outlook study, Frost & Sullivan predicted strategic mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in the global connected truck telematics market to involve participants from various industries, including transport service providers (TSP), original equipment manufacturers (OEM), Tier I suppliers, and key technology participants. This 2022 outlook study expects a continuation of the trend as market consolidation and convergence dynamically transforms the global market.

New product launches, Canadian electronic logging device certification, cross-vertical partnerships, and new market entries are highlights of the global connected truck telematics market. As leading market participants gear up with R&D in emerging solutions, such as electric vehicle telematics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning applications, the market will undergo a tectonic change on technological and business fronts. Big corporations will seek to penetrate new regions or markets through organic growth and M&As.

This Frost & Sullivan research discusses global micro- and macro-trends influencing the connected truck telematics market and provides regional deep-dive market analyses, key competitor analyses, revenue forecasts, and market sizing. The study also comprehensively analyzes key market metrics, generating insights into vehicle segments, fleet sizes, telematics penetration, OEM shares, and telematics contribution by product type, region, and segment. In this research, market participants will find effective strategies to address market challenges and growth opportunities for new revenue streams. Capitalizing on these growth opportunities and potential revenue and business streams will be crucial for TSPs, fleets, and other stakeholders in the value chain.

Author: Mugundhan Deenadayalan

Table of Contents

Key Findings—A Recap of 2021

Key Findings—Top 5 Predictions for 2022

Regional Connected Truck Telematics Market

Regional Outlook—Major Talking Points in 2022

Regional Analysis by Service Revenue

Regional Opportunity Analysis by Industry/Application

Notable Mergers and Acquisitions in 2021 and 2022

Notable Mergers and Acquisitions in 2021 and 2022 (continued)

Key Telematics OEMs

Key Telematics OEMs (continued)

Key Tier I Telematics Participants

Value Chain Participants as Fleet Management Providers

Emerging Competitors in Related Markets

Top 5 Global Economic Predictions for 2022

Global GDP Growth

2022 Scenario Analysis—Quarterly Global Growth

2022 Scenario Analysis—Assumptions

2022 Global GDP Growth Snapshot

Advanced Economies—Predictions for 2022

Emerging Economies—Predictions for 2022

Top 5 Global Predictions for 2022—Macroeconomic Policies and Developments

2022 Growth Opportunities—Top 3 Opportunities by Region

Research Scope

Definitions—Types of Telematics Solutions and Business Models

Installed Base by Region

Service Revenue

Percent Contribution Forecast by Product Type

Percent Contribution Forecast by Pricing and Service Model

LCV and M/HCV Telematics Contribution Forecast

LCV and M/HCV Telematics Penetration

Global Connected OEM and Third-party Contribution Forecast

2022 Regional Analysis—North America

2022 Vendor Analysis—North America

2022 Regional Analysis—Europe

2022 Vendor Analysis—Europe

2022 Regional Analysis—India

2022 Vendor Analysis—India

2022 Regional Analysis—RSA

2022 Vendor Analysis—RSA

2022 Regional Analysis—LATAM

2022 Vendor Analysis—LATAM

2022 Regional Analysis—Russia and CIS

2022 Vendor Analysis—Russia and CIS

2022 Regional Analysis—ANZ

2022 Vendor Analysis—ANZ

2022 Regional Analysis—Middle East

2022 Vendor Analysis—Middle East

Top Continuous Variable Transmission Trends in 2022

Trend 1—M&As

Trend 2—AI and ML

Trend 3—Last Mile

Trend 4—Industry Convergence

Trend 5—Real-Time Freight Visibility

Trend 6—Connectivity Focus by Tire Manufacturers

Growth Opportunity 1—Last-Mile Delivery

Growth Opportunity 1—Last-Mile Delivery (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2—Freight Visibility

Growth Opportunity 2—Freight Visibility (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3—EV Telematics

Growth Opportunity 3—EV Telematics (continued)

Abbreviations and Acronyms Used

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

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In the 2021 outlook study, Frost & Sullivan predicted strategic mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in the global connected truck telematics market to involve participants from various industries, including transport service providers (TSP), original equipment manufacturers (OEM), Tier I suppliers, and key technology participants. This 2022 outlook study expects a continuation of the trend as market consolidation and convergence dynamically transforms the global market. New product launches, Canadian electronic logging device certification, cross-vertical partnerships, and new market entries are highlights of the global connected truck telematics market. As leading market participants gear up with R&D in emerging solutions, such as electric vehicle telematics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning applications, the market will undergo a tectonic change on technological and business fronts. Big corporations will seek to penetrate new regions or markets through organic growth and M&As. This Frost & Sullivan research discusses global micro- and macro-trends influencing the connected truck telematics market and provides regional deep-dive market analyses, key competitor analyses, revenue forecasts, and market sizing. The study also comprehensively analyzes key market metrics, generating insights into vehicle segments, fleet sizes, telematics penetration, OEM shares, and telematics contribution by product type, region, and segment. In this research, market participants will find effective strategies to address market challenges and growth opportunities for new revenue streams. Capitalizing on these growth opportunities and potential revenue and business streams will be crucial for TSPs, fleets, and other stakeholders in the value chain. Author: Mugundhan Deenadayalan
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