Growth Opportunity Analysis of Health, Wellness, and Wellbeing Technologies in Commercial Trucking

R&D Expenditure on HWW to Quadruple for Global Truck OEMs

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With an increasing shortage of drivers compounded by aging societies, the health, wellness, and wellbeing (HWW) of truck drivers is gaining importance globally. Truck manufacturers will incorporate in-cabin HWW technologies to retain drivers and attract a younger and more diverse workforce. Disparate market participants among truck OEMs, healthcare industry, and wearable device companies are expected to converge. Features such as glucose level/fatigue monitoring will likely become standardized by 2025 in Europe and North America. Focus will center on non-critical features such as seating systems, cabin interiors, and human-machine interface (HMI) in the short term. The study period is 2015 to 2022.

Table of Contents

Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Key FindingsExecutive Summary—Commercial Vehicle Driver Age and Health StatisticsExecutive Summary—HWW Focal Points for Truck DesignExecutive Summary—HWW Applications and Services for TrucksExecutive Summary—First Wave of HWW ProliferationHWW in Trucks—Current and Future TrendsHWW in Trucks—Current and Future Trends (continued)Truck HWW Ecosystem—Scenario 1Truck HWW Ecosystem—Scenario 2Profiles of Leading OEMs in HWW Technology EvolutionResearch Objective, Methodology, Background, and ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions this Study will AnswerResearch MethodologyHWW in Truck Industry—Demand AnalysisEvolution of HWW in Truck IndustryDrivers’ ChallengesDriver-reported Factors in Large Truck Crashes—North AmericaPrevalence of Risk Factors among Truck Drivers—North AmericaMusculoskeletal Disorders and Anthropometric Study—North AmericaWomen in TruckingWhat Do New Female Truck Drivers Want?Truck HWW Industry—Hot SpotsHWW Value PropositionKey Challenges to HWW GrowthTarget Countries for HWW ApplicationsHWW in Truck Industry—Technology EvolutionHWW Design Tenets of Truck IndustryHealth Parameters to Track—Key DataHWW Technologies Focal Point 1—Cabin ErgonomicsHWW Technologies Focal Point 2—Cabin SpacingHWW Technologies Focal Point 3—Seating SystemsHWW Technologies Focal Point 4—Driver Information DisplaysHWW Technologies Focal Point 5—Wellness Programs for DriversHWW Technologies Focal Point 6—Driver HWW TrainingHWW Technologies Focal Point 7—Conduits for Monitoring HWW of DriversHWW Technologies Focal Point 8—Wearables in TruckingHWW Technologies Focal Point 9—Integration of Wearable Devices in TrucksTechnical Challenges for HWW Features in Truck IndustryProfiles of Leading OEMs in HWW Technology EvolutionWearables and FordHWW in Passenger Car IndustryDaimler GroupNavistarPaccarVW GroupVolvo GroupKey Conclusions and Future OutlookKey ConclusionsKey Conclusions and Future OutlookFive Major Growth Opportunities—HWW in TrucksAppendixAbbreviations and Acronyms UsedLegal DisclaimerMarket Engineering Methodology

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