Infotainment and Telematics
08 Dec 2016  |  North America
By 2025, Biometrics will Serve as an Integral Authentication Layer, Facilitating Frictionless Access Technologies
With convenience features such as car sharing, mobility services, and connected living increasingly driving the vehicle access market, virtual keys are expected to play a vital role in the automotive industry going forward. The transition from legacy vehicle access systems to advanced systems leveraging Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), biometrics, and N...
15 Nov 2016  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Aftermarket Expansion, ecommerce Expected to Drive OES Channel Opportunity to $8.5 Billion by 2022
In 2015, the OES (dealer) channel generated $4.7 billion in parts revenues at the dealer-net level (about 37% of the total Indian aftermarket). It is forecast to record a CAGR of 8.8% until 2022 reaching $8.5 billion. Rising vehicle population due to increased sales, continued economic growth, and longer OE warranty terms is driving the Indian OES ...
05 Oct 2016  |  Asia Pacific
Japanese OEMs to be Frontrunners in Offering Innovative Powertrain and Safety Technologies
Scope of the report The research report includes the following segments: Product scope: Powertrain technologies, Safety technologies, Human-Machine Interface technologies Geographic scope: ASEAN - Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia End-user scope: Independent power producers Business outlook and penetration rate for key vehicle technologies...
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26 Aug 2016  |  Global
Camera-based Monitoring Systems Expected to Reach ~2 Million Units by 2022; European Luxury OEMs will Take the Lead
OEMs are showing interest in offering holistic DMS by providing vehicles with higher order intelligence about the state of the driver, including fatigue, cognitive load, personalisation, and health monitoring. Stereo cameras have the ability to offer more data points and improved functionalities, making them the perfect choice for OEMs looking to i...
05 Aug 2016  |  Global
Opportunity for the Automotive Industry to Find New Ways to Support and Learn from its Customers
As wearables technology becomes more ubiquitous, it allows for new avenues of consumer interaction and data collection. As the world becomes increasingly connected, consumers will demand that their vehicles be connected with their wearables technology, which will open up various opportunities for automotive-related applications that will be enabled...
25 Nov 2015  |  Global
Connected Safety and Mobility Applications are the Real Innovations from IOT in Cars
This study investigates the applications that the Internet of Cars (IOC) holds for key participants namely government, end consumers, original end manufacturers, and dealers. It explains how connected cars impact convenience, safety and security of cars. The study also explains the technology infrastructure required for implementing connected cars ...
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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...
16 Jul 2015  |  North America
Fully Digital Instrument Clusters to Gain Market Share of 17.8% by 2021
This study examines the evolving instrument cluster market for passenger vehicles in North America and Europe. It presents current penetration of analogue, hybrid, and fully digital displays, and determines how those percentages will shift as demand increases for head-up displays that reduce driver distraction. It details display technologies and ...
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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...