North American Commercial Vehicle Telematics Market, Forecast to 2022

North American Commercial Vehicle Telematics Market, Forecast to 2022

Prospects to be Shaped by ELD Mandate, 30% of Small Fleet Operators to Adopt Fleet Management Solution within Next 4-5 Years

RELEASE DATE
21-Apr-2016
REGION
North America
Research Code: K011-01-00-00-00
SKU: AU01033-NA-MR_16998

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Description

This study analyzes the North American commercial vehicle telematics market from the base year of 2015 through 2022. Major topics include evolving market trends (regulation/mandates, remote diagnostics, open architecture software platform, multiple vendor partnerships), market sizing, business model (purchasing, leasing, profit-sharing, no-contract) and pricing structure, breakdown of unit sales by solutions and service types, opportunity analysis (upcoming and attractive business cases), revenue analysis (breakdown by hardware and services), telematics penetration by vehicle type and fleet size, market share analysis, and exclusive OEM partnerships. An executive understanding of the market is provided via a 360 degree perspective.

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Table of Contents

Key Findings

Key Predictions

North American Market Outlook—United States vs. Canada

Segment Contributions

Benchmarking—Key Vendors

Key Conclusions and Future Outlook

Research Scope

Research Aims and Objectives

Key Questions This Study Will Answer

Research Background

Research Methodology

Market Definitions and Segmentation

Solution Types

Key Market Trends

ELD Mandate

Remote Diagnostics as Standard and Free

Open Architecture Software Platform

OEMs’ Focus on Multiple Vendor Partnership

Evolution of a New Business Model—No-contract with Free Hardware

Telematics Service Pricing Range

Market Breakdown by Service Types

Breakdown by Solution Type

Business Model Analysis

Pricing Analysis

Evolution of a New Business Model—No-contract

Installed Base—Forecast

Revenue Analysis

Telematics Penetration by Segment and Fleet Type

Market Share Analysis

Market Share Analysis—OEM vs. Third-party Suppliers’ Installed Base

OEM Partnership

Windows of Opportunity

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

Market Engineering Methodology

Abbreviations and Acronyms Used

Abbreviations and Acronyms Used (continued)

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This study analyzes the North American commercial vehicle telematics market from the base year of 2015 through 2022. Major topics include evolving market trends (regulation/mandates, remote diagnostics, open architecture software platform, multiple vendor partnerships), market sizing, business model (purchasing, leasing, profit-sharing, no-contract) and pricing structure, breakdown of unit sales by solutions and service types, opportunity analysis (upcoming and attractive business cases), revenue analysis (breakdown by hardware and services), telematics penetration by vehicle type and fleet size, market share analysis, and exclusive OEM partnerships. An executive understanding of the market is provided via a 360 degree perspective.--BEGIN PROMO--

In this research, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine the following market segments:

  • Light commercial vehicles (LCV)
  • Medium commercial vehicles (MCV)
  • Heavy commercial vehicles (HCV)

They also cover the following types of telematics solutions:

  • Embedded
  • Portable
  • Independent smartphones

Market Overview

ELD Mandate and Standardized Telematics Fitments with Remote Diagnostics Propel the Market Growth

Propelled by the electronic logging device (ELD) mandate, the demand for commercial vehicle telematics is escalating in North America. To optimize this opportunity, telematics service providers need to offer scalable solutions that can be deployed for all fleet sizes. Offering attractive business models, such as no-contract model that provides free hardware and installation, will help service providers strengthen their base in under-served small and sub-contracted fleet segment. Further, as software-as-a-service (SaaS) based solution providers shift

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Author Krishna Chaithanya Bathala
WIP Number K011-01-00-00-00
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