North America and Europe Commercial Vehicle TPMS and RFID Market, Forecast to 2025

Increasingly Stringent Emission Regulations and Greater Focus on Reducing Operating Costs to Drive the TPMS and RFID Markets

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This Frost & Sullivan research indicates that the trucking industries in North America and Europe are increasingly facing a shortage of skilled drivers and are apprehensive about the economic outlook (future of the economy? viability of the market?) and their operating margins. Total cost of ownership (TCO), downtime reduction, regulation compliance, driver shortage, and equipment utilization are emerging as the primary reasons fleet managers are adopting advanced truck technologies.With emission regulations likely to be tightened in North America and Europe, fleets will look to adopt fuel-efficient technologies that deliver value-added benefits such as safety and increased life. Fleets are recognizing the mult

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North America and Europe Commercial Vehicle TPMS and RFID Market, Forecast to 2025Executive SummaryKey FindingsUS Class 6-8 Truck Fleet Managers—Top of Mind Issues in 2016TPMS Market OverviewCommercial Vehicle Definitions and Vehicle SegmentationBenefits of Proper Tire InflationChallenges to TPMS AdoptionTPMS Regulations—Europe, North America, and AsiaPotentially Disruptive Business ModelsUS Class 6-8 Truck Fleet Managers—Top of Mind Issues in 2016Factors Influencing Advanced Safety Technologies Purchase Process Factors Influencing Improved ROI of Safety SystemsMost Prevalently Used Advanced Safety TechnologiesRelative Importance of Safety TechnologyTire Pressure Monitoring Systems—Current and Expected in FleetTrailer Tire Inflation Systems—Current and Expected in FleetTire Pressure Monitoring Systems—Market ForecastNew Vehicles Sales and VIO—North America and EuropePenetration of TPMS in New Vehicles—North AmericaPenetration of TPMS in New Vehicles—North America (continued)Penetration of TPMS in New Vehicles—North America (continued)Penetration of TPMS in New Vehicles—EuropePenetration of TPMS in New Vehicles—Europe (continued)Penetration of TPMS in New Vehicles—Europe (continued)Most Valuable Prognostic/Remote Diagnostic InformationTPMS—Roadmap for the FutureTier I Suppliers’ Continued Run in the Connected Truck IndustryRFID—Market OverviewRFID Applications in Trucks, Off-highway Equipment, and BusesMost Prevalently Used Telematics TechnologiesRFID—Market ForecastAftermarket Penetration of RF—North AmericaAftermarket Penetration of RF—North America (continued)Aftermarket Penetration of RF—North America (continued)Aftermarket Penetration of RF—Europe Aftermarket Penetration of RF—Europe (continued)Aftermarket Penetration of RF—Europe (continued)Growth Opportunities and Companies to ActionGrowth Opportunity—Growing Sectors and Demand GenerationStrategic Imperatives for Success and Growth ConclusionsKey TakeawaysThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixList of ExhibitsList of Exhibits (continued)List of Exhibits (continued)List of Exhibits (continued)List of Exhibits (continued)The Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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