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25 Oct 2017  |  North America
By 2025, Data Monetisation is Expected to Unravel ~$33 Billion in Opportunity for OEMs, with the Potential to Monetise $100 per Car Across 140 Unique Use Cases
This study analyses the strategies, growth analysis, competitive landscape, business models, and future focus areas of OEMs, data aggregators, usage-based insurance (UBI) companies, and tier 1 suppliers. OEMs, tier 1s, insurance companies, and data aggregators must focus on data services around smart mobility, connected cars, and autonomous vehicle...
10 May 2017  |  North America
Technicians Shifting to Digital Platforms
The importance of technicians as customers for part suppliers continues to grow with the continued expansion of the Do-It-For-Me (DIFM) channel in the US automotive aftermarket. Although the aftermarket is a mature and stable channel in the United States, market trends such as digitization and private labeling are steadily transforming how technici...
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27 Mar 2017  |  North America
Diesel to be an Expensive Variant, E-Mobility and 48V to Boom, and Unconventional Gasoline Engine Technologies to Surface
2016 was a pivotal year for powertrain technologies globally as the fallout from Volkswagen’s Dieselgate scandal continued to reverberate. Diesel sales are declining in some regions as electric vehicle sales boom. OEMs are under pressure to meet fleet emission mandates and consumer demand for advanced technologies to improve performance. This stu...
10 Mar 2017  |  North America
B2B eCommerce, Uberization of Repair Services will Draw Investment and Determine Competitive Strategy
Global vehicles in operation will increase significantly over the 2017–2018 period, driving new opportunities for passenger car and light truck parts and service providers. This research compiles findings from various deliverables published by Frost & Sullivan over the past two years. It covers growth prospects for the global automotive aftermark...
03 Mar 2017  |  North America
Digitalization Spending to Grow Rapidly to $82.01 Billion in 2020
Research Scope In 2015, automotive industry investments in key focus areas were about $19.57 billion. Growing digitalization and advancements in technology will increase the investments to $82.01 billion by 2020. The rapid pace of digitalization is transforming the component hardware-driven automotive sector to a software and solutions-focused ind...