Strategic Analysis of Inductive Charging for Global Electric Vehicles (EV) Market

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The research service provides a strategic outlook and overview of the market for inductive charging in electric vehicles. An overview of the electric vehicle market with significant information on inductive charging market is provided. It discusses and analyses the total market. It also examines the different types of charging technologies for electric vehicles and analyses the trends at a global level, filtering them to Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific. It discusses the electric vehicle charging technologies with major focus on inductive charging technology. The technology type that has been discussed are static and dynamic charging; static charging has been discussed in detail and an overview for dynamic charging is provided.

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Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Key FindingsExecutive Summary—Key Findings and Future OutlookExecutive Summary—EV Breakdown by RegionExecutive Summary—Inductive Charging Sales EstimatesExecutive Summary—Market RoadmapExecutive Summary—Inductive Charging Adoption TrendsExecutive Summary—Inductive Charging AdoptionExecutive Summary—Future TrendsExecutive Summary—AC Power OutputExecutive Summary—Comparative AnalysisExecutive Summary—Adoption of Different Types of Business Models Executive Summary—Competitor AnalysisExecutive Summary—Cost Analysis Executive Summary—Standardization Taskforce in the USResearch Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions This Study Will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyKey Market Participants Compared in this StudyDefinitions and SegmentationProduct SegmentationDefinitions—Charging Station LevelsDefinitions—Charging ModeDefinitions—Charging Mode (continued)Inductive Charging—ApplicationAC Power OutputInstallation ProcessStrategic Locations Inductive Charging ApplicationsVehicle Segmentation Market Overview of EVsEV Sales 2012Electric Vehicle Growth Analysis by Country 2013Sales Forecast by Region and Technology Global Uptake of Electrification in Passenger VehiclesGovernment Incentives for Buyers of EVs Market Overview of Inductive Charging Inductive Charging—Future Opportunities in EV Charging SolutionsUse Case ScenarioSimilarities between Inductive Charging in EVs and Mobile PhonesCompetitive TrendsInductive Charging Adoption TrendsMarket Overview—Market Opportunity Map Inductive Charging AdoptionMarket RoadmapFuture TrendsInductive Charging Development OverviewStrategic Installation LocationsExpected Launches of Inductive ChargingOEMs Interest in the Inductive Charging TechnologyComparative AnalysisBenefits of Inductive ChargingOEM RequirementsMarket ImpactInductive Charging Standardization Taskforce in the USFeasibility of Dynamic ChargingUpcoming ProjectsExternal Challenges: Drivers and Restraints—Inductive Charging for Electric Vehicles MarketIndustry ChallengesMarket Drivers and RestraintsKey Market DriversDrivers ExplainedMarket RestraintsRestraints ExplainedScenario AnalysisScenario AnalysisMarket Overview—Forecast Scenario Assumptions to 2020Market Overview—Forecast Scenario Assumptions to 2020 (continued)Analysis by Region—APAC, Europe, and North AmericaSales EstimatesInductive Charging Sales EstimatesMarket Measurements—Charging Station ForecastInfrastructure Development in the United States and CanadaInfrastructure Development in the United States and Canada (continued)The United States—Regional ForecastsThe United States—Regional Forecasts (continued)The United States—Regional Forecasts (continued)The United States—Regional Forecasts (continued)Infrastructure Developments in EuropeEurope—Regional ForecastsEurope—Regional Forecasts (continued)Europe—Regional Forecasts (continued)Europe—Regional Forecasts (continued)Infrastructure Developments in APACAPAC—Regional Forecasts APAC—Regional Forecasts (continued)Charging LocationComparative Analysis of Inductive Charging vs. Conductive ChargingComparative AnalysisConductive ChargingInductive ChargingPresales and After-sale OpportunitiesBusiness Model and Supply Chain AnalysisAdoption of Different Types of Business Models Types of Strategic AlliancesSupply Chain AnalysisOEMs Featuring Inductive Charging in Upcoming ModelsExpected Launches of Inductive ChargingOEMs Featuring Inductive Charging in Upcoming ModelsCompetitor ProfilesCompetitor AnalysisWitricity Corporation—Delphi CorporationEvatranQualcommBrose-SEWBombardierSiemensCase Study Case Study—Unplugged Key Conclusions and Strategic RecommendationsKey Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—Three Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixTable of Acronyms UsedLearn More—Next StepsRelevant ResearchMarket Engineering MethodologyEssential Factors for EV UsersEssential Factors for Technology Developers




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