Frost & Sullivan’s global connected truck industry research offers clients comprehensive research, analysis, and advisory support encompassing complete 360 degree analysis of the connected truck market with a focus on medium to long term strategic options for anyone. From technology and market based research, to voice of customer to issue based research, from global outlook to regional content, and from database (workbook) to competitive benchmarking and solution based research- this global program offers strategic mission critical research and analysis to all stake holding groups in global commercial vehicle and automotive eco-systems. Our content fits into the needs of all key stakeholders in the Connected Truck ecosystem such as telematics vendors, Tier 1 & 2 suppliers, fleet operators, independent journalists, government bodies, navigation companies, universities, investment companies, Vehicle/truck OEMs, IT companies, Fuel companies, telecom providers, and data aggregators. A strong blend of descriptive and prescriptive research and advisory coupled with fast and dynamic analyst support manifest as value propositions for client partners.,
Key Topics Covered
· Global and regional connected truck/commercial vehicle telematics markets (all major regions and countries covered - )
· All major commercial vehicle segments (On & off-highway sector) - trucks, trailers, vans, buses, heavy equipment involved in construction, mining, agriculture etc.,
· Issue based research: Video safety, big data, cyber security, digital freight brokering, autonomous trucking, start-up companies benchmarking, and emerging business model
· Competitive benchmarking – profiles, SWOT, value chain analysis, market share, product/technology
· Database (workbook) – vehicle in operation, production, sales, forecasts, telematics penetration, market share
· Voice of customer research studies focused on fleet managers – willingness to pay, price, features, service expectation
Electrification and Autonomous Driving to be Key New Product Focus Areas for the Commercial Vehicle Industry
Region : GlobalGlobal medium-duty (MD) and heavy-duty (HD) trucks sales grew 29% in 2017 from 2016 because of 62.8% year-on-year (y-o-y) growth in China crossing the 1 million mark, along with 55.1% growth in Russia , 41.1% growth in Next 11, and 23% growth in India. In 2018, growth in North America, South America, Russia, Next 11, and RoW markets is expected to ...
Annual Demand for Pickups, Light-medium-heavy Trucks and Buses to Grow With Infrastructure Growth and Entry of New Players by 2025
Region : Asia PacificMalaysia is the third largest commercial vehicle (CV) market in Asia Pacific after Indonesia and Thailand and is at the beginning of a rapid growth phase. The Total Industry Volume (TIV) has continued to decrease since 2013 due to slow economic growth and a depreciating Ringgit that has impacted business confidence and purchasing power. Consequentl...USD 3,000.00Read More
Simulator Usage in Driver Training will Promote Eco-driving, Critical Driving, and Defensive Driving Growth in the Commercial Vehicle (CV) Industry
Region : EuropeSkilled driver shortage and reduction in fleet liabilities is major driver for the driver simulator market. The challenges include high initial investment, replication of complex road environment, and driving pattern in virtual driving condition. European Directive 2003/59/ EC of European parliament deals with initial qualification and periodic tra...
Chinese Thrust to Propel Global Light-medium-heavy Duty Electric Truck Market to More than 2.5 Million Units in Annual Sales by 2025
Region : GlobalThis study provides an overview of the opportunities in the global medium heavy-duty electric truck market in the period 2016–2025. The study reveals that the Chinese electric truck market will be the global electric medium heavy-duty truck leader and is expected to be dominated by fully electric trucks with 61.1% market share, followed by plug-i...
Sensorization will Pave Way for IoT Platformization and Implementation
Region : North AmericaThe aim of this study is to analyze trailer telematics solutions in North America and present an overview of market growth opportunities and implications. Over the last decade, the logistics industry has undergone transformational changes by adopting effective management and utilization of fleets, manpower, warehouses, and assets. Though the indust...
Vision-based Machine Learning will Emerge as a Key Value Enhancer
Region : GlobalThe aim of this research service is to analyze video safety solutions in Light and medium/heavy commercial vehicles (LCV, M/HCV) trucks across the globe and present an overview of market growth opportunities and implications. Under the compliance, safety, and accountability (CSA) environment, fleets are looking to improve safe driving practices and...
Digital Advancements and the Demand for e-Commerce will Drive Logistics Market Growth
Region : EuropeThe low labor cost and the favorable geographical location make Portugal a trans-shipment hub for the fresh produce from Latin America and Africa to Spain. More than 70% of Portugal’s trade is within Europe. The key trading nations include Spain, France, and Germany. Portugal’s poor investment in new technology, industrial machinery, and transp...USD 1,500.00Read More
Blockchain to Have a Transformational Impact, Accounting for 10–15% of Total Industry Transactions
Region : North AmericaThe increasing use of blockchain technology will go hand in hand with growing advances in the commercial vehicle industry, especially through digitisation and automation. Key trends such as digital transformation, rise in automation, modern logistics systems, and proliferation of financial technology (fintech) influencing trucking are expected to d...
Global Investment in Truck Retail Digitization Will Reach ~$1.5 Billion by 2025
Region : GlobalThis study analyzes the global truck retailing digital transformation market. Truck retailing and its business model is obsolete and is ready for an overhaul. Digitization will be the solution to help drive change in the truck retail business model and the strategies of leading OEMs/dealers. Digitalization in truck retailing will impact 5 key areas...
Fleet Managers Showing Preference for Service over Product Attributes Indicates the Rise of the Product-as-a-Service Business Model
Region : North AmericaThe aim of the study is to measure and analyze the current levels of and the changes in familiarity, desirability, and willingness to pay for advanced truck technologies by US Class 6-8 fleet managers. The study focuses on actionable insights in terms of the purchase decisions of fleet managers, offers insights focusing on key demands, satisfactio...