Infotainment and Telematics
12 Sep 2014  |  Europe
Willingness to Pay for Infotainment and Telematics
The overall objective of this research service was to understand European customers desirability and willingness to pay for advanced telematics and infotainment features. Telematics and infotainment features have a limited influence in the overall vehicle purchase decision. The perceived safety of the vehicle ranks high in markets such as Russia, ...
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01 Apr 2013  |  Europe
2012 European Customer Desirability and Willingness to Pay for Infotainment, HMI and Telematics Features and Services
Consumers' Willingness to Pay for Next-Generation Infotainment, App Concepts, and HMI Solutions
This customer research deliverable measures customer attitudes and perceptions regarding new generation infotainment, app concepts and HMI solutions. The demographic is comprised of European vehicle owners who intend to purchase a new vehicle within the next two years. Only qualified respondents, who met requirements set by a screening process prio...
30 Jan 2013  |  North America
Consumers' Attitudes and Willingness to Pay for Infotainment, App Concepts, and HMI Solutions
The primary objective of this research is to measure the attitudes and perceptions of United States vehicle owners with OE and/or aftermarket telematics and location-based service (LBS) systems, including smart phones, who intend to purchase a new vehicle within the next two years. Objectives guiding this research are to identify current usage of t...
03 Mar 2017  |  North America
Digitalization Spending to Grow Rapidly to $82.01 Billion in 2020
Research Scope In 2015, automotive industry investments in key focus areas were about $19.57 billion. Growing digitalization and advancements in technology will increase the investments to $82.01 billion by 2020. The rapid pace of digitalization is transforming the component hardware-driven automotive sector to a software and solutions-focused ind...
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-...
29 Mar 2019  |  North America
By 2020, Retail Platforms Like Marketplace to be Introduced by Major Automakers in the U.S and Premium Automakers are Considering Features On-demand as a Future Business Model
The 2019 version of the connected car outlook covers an overview on the upcoming technologies, features, services and global trends surrounding connected cars and automotive IT. The research includes latest features being introduced by automakers such as Marketplace, features-on demand, in-vehicle payments and newer telematics services. Predictions...
23 Oct 2015  |  Global
Total Market Expected to Grow at a CAGR of over 30% by 2021
Handwriting recognition (HWR) offers new opportunities to control in-car infotainment systems and has the potential to be used as a primary input medium in HMI. HWR is a smart and intuitive way to enter information on a display because writing letters on a touch pad and screen is easy and assures minimum distraction. The HWR market is targeted towa...
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...
30 Jun 2015  |  North America
Asia Poised for First Consumer Deployment while Western Markets View 5G as Brain for Autonomous Driving
5G is expected to blend existing technologies (2G, 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi) to allow higher coverage, availability, and network density. The key differentiator will be greater connectivity as an enabler for autonomous vehicles, machine-to-machine/machine-to-infrastructure services, and the Internet of Things. Highly automated cars are in the development sta...
24 Mar 2015  |  Global
Prognostics to Unlock a $300 Billion Market for OEMs in North America
This research service focuses on various technologies related to connected cars such as human-machine interface (HMI) and telematics that are likely to enter the market by 2015. The study discusses various technological advancements that are occurring in North America, Europe, China, and Brazil and provides forecast and penetration rates for these ...