The reality of the connected car business has more nuances to it than just the discussion around connected services; today connected convenience, safety and information constitute the definition of connected vehicles. Connected cars are taking center stage in the IOT universe, as they are slated to grow from approximately 17 million in 2015 to 60 million in 2022 . Connected cars are driven by their promise of a safer and convenient future, a future with lesser accidents and hassle free commuting. Connected cars are not only unlock new features to customers, they enable OEMs to create a recurring revenue stream. One of the biggest threats that impedes the adoption of connected cars include cybersecurity. The bottom line here is that automakers will end up relying a lot on third parties in this dynamic market, and this is where the traditional OEM-Tier 1 relationship will be tested to the limits.
The Frost & Sullivan Connected Car Program Area looks at the Disruptive and sustaining trends across the market such as:
• Global Connected car strategies: Connected Car Platforms and Services (OTA, UBI and Analytics)
• Evolving business models, key disruptors, Technology innovation and Voice of Customer
• Dedicated focus on elements like Human Machine Interface, Navigation and Audio Systems, Telematics, Driver monitoring systems, Smart Access
• Business Focus: Competitive landscape, Geographic trends, Pricing analysis
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07 Apr 2017  |  Global
This issue of Automotive and Transportation TOE profiles key developments in connected cars and V2V communication, including autonomous vehicle software, cyber security for connected cars, V2V truck connectivity, smart-phone enabled driver assistance, a compact component aging sensor for commercial and passenger vehicles, and Gigabit-class LTE chip...
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08 Mar 2017  |  Global
OEMs Plan to Embrace Servicification Model Targeting $50 Billion Aftersales Market While 200 New Start-ups Prepare to Disrupt the Industry with Unique Platform-based Business Models
The 2017 connected car outlook offers a 360-degree perspective of the global connected car market, answering questions such as: Where are the avenues for growth opportunities? What trends are affecting the growth of the market in different regions? It discusses the outlook for technologies such as biometrics, human-machine interface (HMI), vehicle-...
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19 Oct 2016  |  North America
About 8.5 Million Connected Cars Expected on the Region’s Roads, with Brazil, Mexico, and Colombia Leading the Way
Increased vehicle connectivity is a primary focus for market and product differentiation in the Latin American countries of Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Chile, and Argentina. Connected, value-added services and infotainment, and next-generation human-machine interface are of highest interest. This research service covers the gamut of connected car str...
09 May 2016  |  North America
Voice Biometrics, Virtual Assistant and Deep Learning Emerge as Major Market Disruptors
Voice Recognition (VR) technology is primarily focused only on infotainment use cases. However, Original Equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and Tier-I suppliers are significantly investing in biometric and machine learning technologies. Even though OEM’s are trying to adopt cloud-based and hybrid solutions, they are still dependent on embedded soluti...
02 Mar 2016  |  Global
Intelligent and Seamless Mobility Solutions to Catalyze Future Growth
This outlook offers a 360-degree perspective of the global connected car market. It includes key market and technology trends, regional analyses, market forecasts (2016–2021), conclusions, and key recommendations. The research is split across domains like infotainment, connectivity, telematics, navigation, and aftermarket analysis. OEM solution b...
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30 Sep 2015  |  Global
Emerging Opportunities for ICT Providers in the Connected Car Sector
The evolution of connected car services has thrown the door open for several ICT opportunities. This research service highlights the ICT opportunities resulting from connected car deployments and analyses the drivers and restraints of the connected car market. It investigates the key ICT components that enable connected car services in line with po...
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11 Sep 2015  |  Global
Modular Architecture Trickling Down to Connected Vehicle Technologies to Increase Profitability
This study contains profiles of 6 key tier I suppliers in the connected car market. They are Continental, Bosch, Harman, Visteon, Denso, and Panasonic. These six suppliers are benchmarked for their capabilities in Advance Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), centre stack, Head-up Display (HUD), and Instrument Cluster Display (ICD). Each supplier profi...
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22 Apr 2015  |  Asia Pacific
The Telematics Services Market is Expected to Reach 13.2 Million Subscribers by 2020
This research service discusses the future of the telematics services market in Japan and focuses on the solutions offered by OEMs and key service providers. In Japan, the trend of telematics services is on the rise, with an emphasis on navigation services; however, the market is yet to realize significant revenue and witness intense competition am...
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03 Apr 2015  |  Global
Automotive and Transportation Technology Alert. Observations from the Recent Geneva Auto Show; Driver Data Security in the Connected Car; Honda Advances Adaptive Cruise Control Technology
This issue profiles observations from the recent Geneva Auto Show, driver data security in the connected car, and Honda advancing adaptive cruise control technology.
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24 Mar 2015  |  North America
Alibabas first venture into the automotive industry was the typical spare parts and used car sales portals. Recently, though, as the strength of the new car market has waned, OEMs and Alibaba have realized the need to build a strong digital presence and provide consumers with a better experience and customized service.