Prognostics in the European and North American Trucking IndustryBig Data is Creating all the Difference

Prognostics in the European and North American Trucking IndustryBig Data is Creating all the Difference

Fleet Managers' Demand for Vehicle Uptime and Efficiency Spur Prognostics in MCV and HCV Segments

RELEASE DATE
03-Jan-2014
REGION
Europe
Research Code: NCBE-01-00-00-00
SKU: AU00081-EU-MR_08635

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This research service analyzes the impact of prognostics and Big Data in the medium and heavy duty trucking industry. Discussions cover existing business models of vehicle manufacturers, component suppliers, and aftermarket telematics vendors in Europe and North America. The base year is 2012. Highlights include the demand for prognostics from the end customers, key drivers and challenges, market influence from various value chain participants, and technology and potential revenue generating opportunities. Insight is provided about the evolving value chain, pricing models, installed base estimates, and revenue forecasts. Overall, the study offers a comprehensive look at the prognostics market.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary—Key Findings

Executive Summary—Key Findings and Future Outlook

Prognostics in the Trucking Industry

Importance of Big Data to Commercial Vehicle Market

Benefits to Truck Manufacturers

Challenges in the Prognostics Market

Medium and Heavy Commercial Vehicles Telematics Forecast

In-cab Analysis and Over-the-cloud Analysis

Partial List of Components Monitored and Potential Failures

Telematics Services Roadmap

Research Scope

Research Aims and Objectives

Key Questions This Study will Answer

Research Background

Research Methodology

Key OEM/Participant Groups Compared in this Study

Vehicle Segmentation

Prognostics—Definition and Models

Evolution of Prognostics

Prognostics Drivers

Commercial Vehicle Prognostics—Stakeholders

Value Chain Influence on Market and Technology

Value Chain Benchmarking

OEM and Aftermarket Data Analysis

Hurdles and Potential Market for Tier I Suppliers

Value Chain Integration ROI

Interest in Diagnostic/Prognostic Data Integrated into an Organization’s Maintenance Management System—North America

Importance of Telematics Technologies in Enhancing Mobile Resource Productivity—North America

Purchase Intentions of Telematics Technologies—North America

Point of Interest Services in Navigation System, Europe, by Vehicle Type

Prognostics Technology Purchase Impact—Europe

OEM Business Model

OEM Prognostics Solutions in North America

OEM Prognostics Solutions in Europe

Component Warranty Management

Aftermarket Telematics Vendors Business Model

Vehicle Manufacturers vs. Aftermarket Telematics Vendors

Advanced and Basic Prognostics Offering

Evolving Opportunities within the Value Chain

Evolving Opportunities within the Value Chain (continued)

Industry Opportunities for Telematics Vendors

Prognostics Installed Base stimates

Pricing Models

Revenue Forecast for OEMs and Third-party Telematics Vendors

Daimler Trucks North America

Ford Crew Chief

Hino Trucks

Isuzu

Iveco

MAN Trucks

Navistar

PACCAR

Renault Trucks

Scania

Volvo Trucks

ACTIA

Agnik

Agnik (continued)

Decisiv

Decisiv (continued)

Drivecam

Geotab

Omnitracs

Omnitracs (continued)

Vusion (PeopleNet)

Vusion (PeopleNet) (continued)

Telogis

Telogis (continued)

Vnomics

Vnomics (continued)

Key Conclusions and Future Outlook

The Last Word—Five Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

Table of Acronyms Used

Learn More—Next Steps

Planned Telematics and Infotainment Research

Planned Telematics and Infotainment Research (continued)

Existing Telematics and Infotainment Research

Existing Telematics and Infotainment Research (continued)

Existing Telematics and Infotainment Research (continued)

Market Engineering Methodology

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This research service analyzes the impact of prognostics and Big Data in the medium and heavy duty trucking industry. Discussions cover existing business models of vehicle manufacturers, component suppliers, and aftermarket telematics vendors in Europe and North America. The base year is 2012. Highlights include the demand for prognostics from the end customers, key drivers and challenges, market influence from various value chain participants, and technology and potential revenue generating opportunities. Insight is provided about the evolving value chain, pricing models, installed base estimates, and revenue forecasts. Overall, the study offers a comprehensive look at the prognostics market.
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Author Nandini Tare
Industries Automotive
WIP Number NCBE-01-00-00-00
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