Automotive IOT focuses on emerging and disruptive technologies in the automotive industry such as Digital Transformation, Data monetization, Automotive Cybersecurity, Blockchain, emerging IOT platforms etc. OEMs and Tier-Is have realized that digitalization along with IoT, technology partnerships, software capabilities, and customized solutions will be the way forward for global automotive industry between 2018–2025. Digital transformation initiatives are expected to disrupt every industry and automotive value chain is not an exception. The rapid pace of digitalization will transform the component hardware-driven automotive sector to a software and solutions-focused industry, accelerated by consumers’ evolving digital lifestyle expectations and demands for new and innovative services.The bottomline is that new business models will focus on data, mobility, connectivity, and customer centricity along with cybersecurity.
The Frost & Sullivan Automotive IoT Program Area looks at digital and disruptive technologies which helps startups, Tier 1s and OEMs in developing new business models and digital solutions. Some of the key focus areas are provided below-
- Automotive Digital Transformation and Data Monetization
- Evolving business models, key disruptors, Technology innovation and Strategic Analysis
- Dedicated focus on technologies like Automotive Cybersecurity, Blockchain, Cloud solutions, Big data analytics, Dealer Management Software(DMS), Industry 4.0 and IoT platforms
Business Focus: Competitive landscape, Geographic trends, Technology roadmap and Pricing analysis
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03 Feb 2020  |  Europe
Understand Consumer Perceptions, Technology Preferences, and Expectations for the Future
The scope of the research study is to evaluate the current use of connected car applications such as digital assistants, online infotainment services, telematics services, navigation services, and data-enabled services among respondents in Europe. In addition, this study will also focus on customer analysis bifurcation by vehicle segment type acros...
20 Dec 2019  |  North America
By 2022, 65.0% of the Dealerships will Leverage the Benefits of SaaS-based DMS Solutions
This study analyses the competitive landscape, business models, pricing, and future focus areas of dealerships, DMS providers, and third-party vendors in the automotive DMS market. Frost & Sullivan research indicates that top dealer groups in Europe and North America believe in adopting a more integral approach rather than supporting a variety of...
22 May 2019  |  Global
Blockchain Will Emerge as a Transformational Technology for High Productivity
Increasing use of blockchain technology will go together with growing advances in the construction and mining industry, especially through digitisation and automation. Key trends such as digital transformation, the rise in automation, modern equipment systems, and proliferation of financial technology (fintech) are influencing equipment models and ...
04 Feb 2019  |  North America
Cloud CRM will Gain Traction Among Small Dealerships and Increase Penetration to 35.0% by 2025
This study analyzes the competitive landscape, business models, pricing, and future focus areas of dealerships, DMS providers, and third-party vendors in the automotive CRM market. Automotive retail is shifting from a product-driven to customer-centric approach and accommodating changing customer expectations have become crucial for dealers. Howev...
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04 Dec 2018  |  Africa
The Key to a Sustainable Source of Fuel for Transport
The South African electric vehicle (EV) market is still in its infancy, but is expected to grow at a slow but steady pace over the next five years. South Africa’s automotive sector is currently ranked 23rd in terms of manufacturing and is a key player in the international automotive value chain. The EV market is currently restrained due to a vari...
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12 Sep 2018  |  North America
By 2025, 68.0% of Market Investments Will be Raised from Technology Providers, Semiconductor Companies and Tier-I Suppliers
This study analyses the strategies, competitive landscape, business models, and future focus areas of OEMs, tier-I suppliers, and security start-up companies in the automotive cybersecurity market. Increasing vehicle connectivity has given rise to the risks of potential cyber-attacks in the industry. This has drastically increased customer awarene...
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05 Mar 2018  |  North America
War of Digital Assistants and Autonomous Shuttles
Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018 showcased interesting concepts yet this mega event was a continuation of 2017 themes and trends with a few minor exceptions like autonomous shuttles, digital assistants and integrated mobility platform. Original equipment suppliers (OEMs) and Tier I suppliers have realized that digitization—along with IoT, tec...
26 Dec 2017  |  North America
IIoT Architecture Standardization to Create a $90 Billion Opportunity by 2021
Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) can be leveraged to transform the production aspect and future potential of the automotive manufacturing business. While evolving technologies play a key role in fostering the automotive business, it becomes crucial for automotive manufacturers to stay connected in order to amalgamate different technologies like...
02 Aug 2017  |  Global
Automotive Mobility Integration and Impact to Ownership Costs by Services to Add More than $1 Trillion in OEM Revenue
The global automotive product to service market will be driven by mobility, connected services, and value-added upgrades. New business model disruptions are expected and they will extend the automotive service revenue pool up to $ 1.3 trillion. Car companies are evolving from the business of merely manufacturing and selling cars, to providing relat...
31 Mar 2017  |  North America
Automotive Ecosystem Participants to Spend ~0.6% of their Total IT Spend on Blockchain by 2025
Scope of the Study Blockchain was conceptualized by Satoshi Nakamoto. Blockchains are a new data structure in which data is replicated at every node on the network to create permanence and resilience. There are ~600+ digital currencies and ~70+ digital assets built on platforms such as Ethereum and Counterparty. The Blockchain ecosystem includes ...