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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14 Jul 2017  |  North America
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31 Mar 2017  |  North America
Automotive Ecosystem Participants to Spend ~0.6% of their Total IT Spend on Blockchain by 2025
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03 Mar 2017  |  North America
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11 Nov 2016  |  North America
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01 Sep 2016  |  Global
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22 Aug 2016  |  North America
By 2020, IT Spending by Automotive Companies to Reach $80.05 Billion
Growing digitization, connectivity, cloud computing, dynamic customer preferences, Internet of Things (IoT), cybersecurity, and increasing automation are the key trends driving the automotive industry to invest in IT. Automotive OEMs, Tier I suppliers, and automotive ecosystem participants invest in key focus areas including Industry 4.0, digital r...
15 Feb 2016  |  North America
Connected Car Imperatives Highlight Need for Holistic Security Approach, Starting with Vehicle Design
Government and consumers are concerned about cyber security in cars, as researchers were able to hack into various OEM models in 2015. This research service identifies key areas that offer scope for technology innovation and discusses cybersecurity initiatives for the automotive industry. In 2015, cybersecurity, secure data transfers, and data priv...
21 Sep 2015  |  Europe
Autonomous Vehicles and Connected Cars will Bolster Cloud Adoption
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17 Feb 2014  |  North America
Big Data Strategies Expected to Lead to Explicit Annual Savings up to $800 per Vehicle
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