Opportunity Analysis of Telematics in the North American Automotive Aftermarket

Opportunity Analysis of Telematics in the North American Automotive Aftermarket

DIY OBD II Aftermarket Estimated at a Billion Dollars by 2020

RELEASE DATE
23-Apr-2014
REGION
North America
Research Code: ND62-01-00-00-00
SKU: AU01188-NA-MR_17471

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This research service analyzes embedded and tethered product and service offerings as well as business models in the North American aftermarket for in-vehicle telematics. It quantifies the installed base of vehicles that are not factory equipped with in-vehicle telematics in the United States and Canada and forecasts the revenue potential for the automotive aftermarket to 2020. It includes analysis of industry challenges, including segments that offer the highest growth potential and competitive benchmarking. Segments include user-based insurance, consumer services, and fleet services. The study explains the technology evolution of on-board diagnostic systems and the role in delivering a wide range of data services to drivers.

Table of Contents

Definition and Overview of On-board diagnostics (OBD) II Solutions

Evolution of Vehicle Diagnostics Equipment

Product Life Cycle Analysis of Key OBD II Telematics Services

OBD II Service Mapping

DIY OBD II Technology Roadmap

Industry Challenges

DIY OBD II Aftermarket: Market Participants across Geographies

DIY OBD II Solutions Market Comparison—North America and Europe

360° Market Findings

Research Scope

Research Aims and Objectives

Key Questions this Study Will Answer

Research Background

Research Methodology

OBD II

Classification of DIY OBD II Solutions

OBD II Device Setup

OBD Device—Operation

Role of Smartphones in OBD II-based Solutions

OBD II-based Aftermarket System—Key Features

Key Market Highlights

Challenges in Terms of Current Solutions

Challenges in Terms of Operating Expenses

Challenges Faced by Independent Service Shops

Steps to Address Market Challenges

OBD II Service Revenue Forecast

OBD II Subscriber Base Forecast

Forecast Scenario Analysis

Total VIO and Addressable Market in North America

Penetration of Connected Vehicles in North America

Benchmarking the Strategic Attractiveness of Growth Options

Discussion—Benchmarking the Strategic Attractiveness of Growth Options

OBD II and Fleet Management—System Overview

OBD II and Fleet Management—Solution Design

OBD II and Fleet Management—Targeting Fleets for Growth Leadership

OBD II and UBI—System Overview

OBD II and Consumer—Newer Applications

Key Business Models

Business Model by Applications

Example of Parallel Service Channels for Different Customers—Danlaw

Example of Flexible Solution Offerings—Dash Labs

Example of Innovative Solution Offerings—Mojio

Example of Distribution Opportunity at New Car Dealerships—CarShield

Example of Collaborating with Strong Value Chain Partners—For Start-up Companies

Example Collaborating with Strong Value Chain Established Partners

Competitive Benchmarking—Product Offering

Competitive Benchmarking—Market Position Analysis

Competitive Benchmarking—Solution KPIs

Delphi

Delphi (continued)

CarShield

CarShield (continued)

Zubie

Zubie (continued)

VOXX International

VOXX International (continued)

Automatic Labs

Automatic Labs (continued)

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

Table of Acronyms Used

Learn More—Next Steps

Relevant Research—2013 Global Aftermarket Program

Relevant Research—2013 Global Aftermarket Program (continued)

Relevant Research—Published or In Progress Studies

Market Engineering Methodology

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This research service analyzes embedded and tethered product and service offerings as well as business models in the North American aftermarket for in-vehicle telematics. It quantifies the installed base of vehicles that are not factory equipped with in-vehicle telematics in the United States and Canada and forecasts the revenue potential for the automotive aftermarket to 2020. It includes analysis of industry challenges, including segments that offer the highest growth potential and competitive benchmarking. Segments include user-based insurance, consumer services, and fleet services. The study explains the technology evolution of on-board diagnostic systems and the role in delivering a wide range of data services to drivers.
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No Index Yes
Podcast No
Author Anuj Monga
Industries Automotive
WIP Number ND62-01-00-00-00
Is Prebook No
GPS Codes 9800-A6,9813-A6,9B01-A6,9801-A6,9963-A6,9A70-A6,9AF6-A6