On-Road and Offroad Commercial Vehicles
Frost & Sullivan's global commercial vehicle program provides clarity in strategic decision making opportunities related to global commercial vehicle technologies, econometrics, applications, and the respective markets.
The program works closely with leading global OEMs, Tier I suppliers, governments, regulators, and financial industry participants among other industry stakeholder groups, to provide our client with prescriptive research and advisory services. Our commercial vehicle research content focal point encompasses truck, trailer, bus, light commercial vehicle, and other commercial vehicle powertrain, chassis, safety, telematics, and regulation compliance technologies. This content is developed and derived through a combination of strong secondary and primary (demand and supply side) research and analysis. Our technology, market, region, and issue based research consistently delivers time- and mission-critical research and analysis to the widest cross section of market participants.
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26 Dec 2018  |  Europe
Overview of the Competitive Scenario in UK and Ireland and an Exploration of Opportunistic Pockets Along with Industry’s Persistence Going into 2019 with a Tenuous Growth Rate of 8.4% Effected by Political and Economical State of Affairs
The United Kingdom and Ireland together constitute the largest and most mature commercial vehicle telematics market in Europe, and they are served by numerous international and local telematics companies. The market is fiercely competitive with participation from well-established international players and equally competitive local TSPs. About one i...
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21 Nov 2018  |  Global
Implications of OEM Standardization and Impact of Value-added Integrations Will Propel School Bus Telematics to Reach 98% Penetration by 2025
The aim of this study is to analyse developments in the telematics market for school buses in North America (US and Canada) and present an overview of market growth opportunities and implications. Major focus is on trends such as pricing, package, business case, and solution types in addition to the significance of value-added services and telemati...
16 Nov 2018  |  North America
The Total Prognostics Market in NA and EU Put Together is Expected to Experience a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 130.5% from 2018 to 2025
The Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0 are mega-trends that are rapidly changing the global trucking industry, with North America and Europe being at the helm of it. From curtailing road safety issues to improving diagnostics capabilities of fleets, these trends are making trucking a more effective business. By applying diagnostic and progno...
26 Oct 2018  |  North America
Drop in Battery Pack Price Below $100/kwh Compounded by Slew of eTruck Product Launches to Capitalise on Subsidies are Poised to Push Electrification in MD & HD Truck Segment to 11.1% by 2025 Translating to 250,000 Market Opportunity
GHG emission regulations are ever strengthening in North America, Europe, and China. Climate change concerns among the public is especially propelling the automotive industry to reduce carbon footprint. Countries are looking for options to improve air quality in their communities and to contribute to mitigation of global climate change through elec...
30 Aug 2018  |  Asia Pacific
With Big Data Coming Into Picture Construction Industry is Expected to Witnesses Transformational Growth
Big Data solutions are emerging across the construction industry, driven by increased connectivity and Internet usage, the rapid proliferation of connected vehicles, and the continued investment in Big Data analytics innovations. However, the threat of data privacy and security continues to challenge potential adoption as businesses are still strug...
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30 Jul 2018  |  North America
Non Traditional Telematics Providers have a Market Share of 42.6% with Many More Participants Expected to Enter via Mergers and Acquisitions
Globally 73.1 million trucks are expected to be connected by 2025 and penetration of telematics is set to rise. These macro factors coupled with trends such as rising sales due to economic development, stricter regulations, and more importantly advent of autonomous trucking have driven the interest of non-traditional telematics players toward truck...
26 Jul 2018  |  North America
Americas Fleet Managers’ Desirability and Willingness to Pay for Fleet Management and Telematics Solutions, 2017
Understand Consumer Perceptions, Switching Behaviour and Willingness to Pay
The overall objectives of this study are to investigate typical attitudes towards fleet telematics (fleet management system solutions), understand key features and service expectations; explore perceptions and willingness to pay for fleet telematics services; examine vendor satisfaction and brand perceptions; and look at vendor consideration and se...
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14 Jun 2018  |  Europe
2017 European Fleet Managers Desirability and Willingness to Pay for Fleet Management Solutions—France, Germany, the UK, Italy, and Poland
Understand Consumers Perceptions, Switching Behaviour, and Willingness to Pay
The main objective of this study is to investigate typical attitude towards fleet telematics (fleet management system solutions), understand key features and service expectations, explore perceptions and willingness to pay for fleet telematics services, examine vendor satisfaction and brand perceptions, and to look into vendor consideration and sel...
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14 Mar 2018  |  Global
Electrification and Autonomous Driving to be Key New Product Focus Areas for the Commercial Vehicle Industry
Global 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 ...
13 Mar 2018  |  North America
Pneumatic Disc Brakes Driving Growth in the North American Class 4-8 Brake Components Aftermarket, Forecast to 2024
Disc Brakes Replacing Drums in High-volume Applications
The North American Class 4-8 brake components aftermarket is experiencing a major shift in demand from drum to disc systems, offering significant growth potential for suppliers that can develop pads and rotors fitting large 18-wheelers. The total Class 4-8 brake components aftermarket will rise from approximately $1.18 billion in 2017 to an estimat...