Internet of Cars

Connected Safety and Mobility Applications are the Real Innovations from IOT in Cars

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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 and highlights how a morning commute in 2025 would look like. It includes a supplier benchmark which displays the capabilities of Tier I suppliers and discusses various challenges and their possible solutions. Autonomous cars and OEM capabilities are discussed.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings
Internet of Cars Applications for Participants
Applications Based on Connectivity
Impact on Customer Lifestyle
Tesla Snapshot
OEM Internet of Cars Capability Benchmarking
Connecting Cities Using Connected Vehicles
Challenges
How the Internet Influences Strategy
2. Research Scope and Segmentation
Research Scope and Objectives
Research Methodology
3. Internet of Things
Internet of Cars
V2X and V2V Infrastructure
Technology Roadmap—Wireless Network Evolution
4. Applications for Participants
Applications for OEMs
Applications for Dealers
Applications for Governments
Applications for Customers
5. Connected Convenience
Future Retailing and Maintenance Models
Audi Connect Easy Delivery
HERE
Connected Maintenance
Concierge Services
Connected Services
Mobility Solutions
Evolution of Ownership Models
Morning Work Commute in 2025
6. Connected Safety
Connected Traffic Cloud
Connected Bicycles
Honda Connected Safety
Driver Monitoring
Car as a Sensor
Inrix Road Weather
7. Connected Security
Vulnerable Surfaces of Connected Cars
Connected Security—“Hackproofing” a Connected Car
8. Autonomous Cars
What are OEMs Doing?
Tier I Supplier Capabilities
9. Conclusions and The Last Word
Conclusions
The Last Word—3 Big Predictions
Legal Disclaimer
10. Appendix
Market Engineering Methodology
Table of Acronyms Used
Learn More—Next Steps

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List of Figures & Charts

1. Internet of Cars: Key Findings, Global, 2015
2. Internet of Cars: Internet of Cars Applications for Participants, Global, 2015
3. Internet of Cars: Applications Based on Connectivity, Global, 2015
4. Internet of Cars: OEM Internet of Cars Capability Benchmarking, Global, 2015
5. Internet of Cars: Connecting Cities Using Connected Vehicles, Global, 2015
6. Internet of Cars: How the Internet Influences Strategy, Global, 2015
7. Internet of Cars: Vehicle Sales, Global, 2013–2021
8. Internet of Cars: Key Participants, Global, 2015
9. Internet of Cars: Applications for OEMs, Global, 2015
10. Internet of Cars: Applications for Dealers, Global, 2015
11. Internet of Cars: Applications for Governments, Global, 2015
12. Internet of Cars: Applications for Customers, Global, 2015


1. Internet of Cars: Impact on Customer Lifestyle, Global, 2015
2. Internet of Cars: Tesla Snapshot , Global, 2015
3. Internet of Cars: Challenges, Global, 2015
4. Internet of Cars: A Snapshot, Global, 2015
5. Internet of Cars: V2X and V2V Infrastructure, Global, 2015
6. Internet of Cars: Technology Roadmap—Wireless Network Evolution, Global, 2015
7. Internet of Cars: Future Retailing and Maintenance Models, Global, 2015
8. Internet of Cars: Audi Connect Easy Delivery, Global, 2015
9. Internet of Cars: HERE, Global, 2015
10. Internet of Cars: Connected Maintenance, Global, 2015
11. Internet of Cars: Concierge Services, Global, 2015
12. Internet of Cars: Connected Services, Global, 2015
13. Internet of Cars: Mobility Solutions, Global, 2015
14. Internet of Cars: Evolution of Ownership Models, Global, 2015
15. Internet of Cars: Morning Work Commute, Global, 2025
16. Internet of Cars: Connected Traffic Cloud, Global, 2015
17. Internet of Cars: Connected Bicycles, Global, 2015
18. Internet of Cars: Honda Connected Safety, Global, 2015
19. Internet of Cars: Driver Monitoring, Global, 2015
20. Internet of Cars: Car as a Sensor, Global, 2015
21. Internet of Cars: Inrix Road Weather, Global, 2015
22. Internet of Cars: Connected Security—Vulnerable Surfaces of Connected Cars, Global, 2015
23. Internet of Cars: Connected Security—Hackproofing a Connected Car , Global, 2015
24. Internet of Cars: Autonomous Cars, Global, 2015
25. Internet of Cars: Autonomous Cars—What are OEMs Doing?, Global, 2015
26. Internet of Cars: Autonomous Cars—Tier I Supplier Capabilities, Global, 2015
27. Internet of Cars: Conclusions, Global, 2015



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