HTML5 and Qt—Cooperation or Conflict

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The connected car is becoming increasingly complex. Drivers are beginning to expect the same type of connectivity in their vehicle as they receive with their smartphones. Automakers are faced with creating a safe and secure system while ensuring drivers have rich graphics and intuitive usability. HTML5 and Qt will be critical solutions that are used to develop connected systems within the vehicle. Both solutions provide unique tools for developers and both solutions are widely adopted in today's vehicles. Frost & Sullivan analyzes the pros and cons for each development tool along with key in-vehicle use cases.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings and Predictions
Advantages for Both Qt and HTML5 Outweigh the Cons
Automotive Development Costs are High for Today’s Connected Car
Qt Solutions Give Developers Easy-to-Use Tools
In-Vehicle Electronics Causing Increased Costs for Automakers
Safety is and Always will be Critical Focus for Automakers
Conclusions and Predictions
2. Research Methodology
Research Scope
Base Year
Study Period
Forecast Period
Vehicle Type
Geographical Scope
Research Aims and Objectives
Research Background
Research Methodology
Secondary Research
Primary Research
HTML5 & Qt: Key Participants, North America, 2014
3. HTML5
HTML is Everywhere in Today’s Technology
Use Cases for HTML5 in the Vehicle are Few
Use Case
HTML 5 Features
OEM Advantage
HTML5 is Beginning to Live up to its Hype
OEM & Supplier Adoption of HTML5
OpenCar Case Study
OpenCar Platform Features
OpenCar Key Business Win
Obigo Case Study
Obigo Open Framework
Obigo App Framework
M-Way Case Study
M-Way automotive solutions
Mass-market OEMs are Helping Drive HTML5 Adoption Rates
4. Qt
Qt, Unlike HTML5 is a Privately-owned Technology
Developers Praise Qt for its Helpful Add-ons
Qt5 Essential Modules
Qt5 Goals
Qt5 Differences
Qt’s Smaller Footprint Allows for Niche Uses, such as Graphics
Qt Development Timeline, 2008–2014
Improving the User Experience will be Qt’s Ultimate Goal
Qt Automotive Use Cases
QNX Case Study
QNX is Entering New Connected Spaces Inside the Vehicle
QNX uses Qt for its New In-vehicle Solutions such as Rear-seat Screens
QNX Drives Qt Growth and Additional Suppliers will Jump On-board
5. Conclusions
Qt and HTML5 have Similar Tools and Attributes
Qt and HTML5 Both have Positive Future Outlooks
The Last Word—3 Big Predictions
Legal Disclaimer
6. Appendix
Abbreviations and Acronyms Used
Market Engineering Methodology

List of Figures & Charts

1. HTML5 & Qt: Passenger Car Sales, North America, 2014–2020

1. HTML 5 & QT: Automotive Electronic Market Revenue Forecast, Global, 2014–2020
2. HTML5 Solution Adoption Rates, North America, 2014–2020
3. Qt Solution Adoption Rates, North America, 2014–2020

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