Strategic Analysis of the Automotive Connected Services Market in Brazil and Mexico

Brazil and Mexico to Grow to Over 1.6 Million Subscribers by 2020

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Vehicle theft and expected regulations are key drivers for the automotive connected services market in Brazil. Original equipment manufacturers (OEM) and the overall connected services ecosystem are gearing up to introduce value-added services beyond vehicle tracking and immobilization. This study focuses on the OEM-fitted connected services market for the passenger vehicle segment in Brazil, in addition to providing a top-level view of the Market in Mexico. This research service forecasts the growth in the subscriber base in 2020 and evaluates various scenarios as to how the market will evolve in Brazil. The study also details the service providers and hardware manufacturer base and contains key OEM profiles, concluding with the top predictions and future outlook.

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Key Findings (continued)Market Engineering MeasurementsMarket Engineering Measurements (continued)Telematics Subscriber ForecastConnected Services Offerings—OEM SnapshotEcosystem—Implementation of the CONTRAN 245 MandateCompetitive Positioning of Key Industry ParticipantsConnected Services—Business ModelsConnected Services—PackagesSPs—Comparative Capabilities SnapshotConnected Services—OEM Competitive PositioningKey Conclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and Future Outlook (continued)Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions This Study Will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyKey OEM/Participant Groups Compared in this StudyDefinitions and SegmentationProduct/Technology Segmentation and Definitions Vehicle Segmentation Global Connected Car SnapshotGlobal Connected Car Market—Key Connectivity, Telematics, and Infotainment TrendsGlobal Connected Car Market—Key Regional HighlightsGlobal Connected Car Market—Top Level Solution TrendsGlobal Connected Car Market—Key Regional Solution Highlights4G/LTE Availability—BrazilBrazilian Automotive Connected Services OutlookConnected Service Market and Technology Challenges—BrazilCONTRAN 245 Mandate—SnapshotCONTRAN 245 Mandate—History and Current Implementation TimelineCONTRAN 245 Mandate—Functional ParametersEcosystem—Implementation of the CONTRAN 245 MandateCONTRAN 245 Mandate—Schematic Framework of Initiating, Setting Up, and Operating the Anti-theft SystemCONTRAN 245 Mandate—Schematic Framework of Initiating, Setting Up, and Operating the Anti-theft System (continued)SIMRAVForecasts and Trends—Brazil Automotive Connected Services Market—Top 5 Key Findings—BrazilAutomotive Connected Services Forecast—Snapshot—BrazilUnit Shipment Forecast—BrazilMarket Engineering MeasurementsConnected Services: Subscriber Forecast Scenario AnalysisConnected Services: Subscriber Forecast—Frost & Sullivan Scenario 1Connected Services: Subscriber Forecast—Frost & Sullivan Scenario 2Connected Services: Subscriber Forecast—Conservative ScenarioConnected Services: Subscriber Forecast—Frost & Sullivan Scenario 1Conected Services: Subscriber Forecast DiscussionConnected Services—Business ModelsConnected Services—PackagesInfotainment Offering—Snapshot of Top 4 OEMsInfotainment Offering—OEM SnapshotOEM Profiles—Brazil Connected Services Offerings: OEM Snapshot—BrazilConnected Services Offering: BMW BrazilInfotainment Offering: BMW BrazilConnected Services Offering: Fiat BrazilInfotainment Offering: Fiat BrazilConnected Services Offering: Ford BrazilInfotainment Offerings: Ford BrazilConnected Services Offering: GM BrazilInfotainment Offerings: GM BrazilInfotainment Offering: Renault Brazil and Nissan BrazilConnected Services Offering: Volkswagen BrazilInfotainment Offering: Volkswagen BrazilConnected Services Offerings: Volvo BrazilInfotainment Offerings: Volvo BrazilService Provider Outlook—Brazil SPs—Aftermarket SnapshotSPs—Competitive LandscapeSPs—DiscussionSPs—Delivery ModelsSPs—Company Profiles: AutotracSPs—Company Profiles: IturanSPs—Company Profiles: Porto SeguroSPs—Company Profiles: SascarTelematics SPs—Company Profiles: WirelessCarTelematics SPs—Company Profiles: WirelessCar (continued)Telematics SPs—Company Profiles: WirelessCar (continued)SPs—Company Profiles: ZatixTelematics Hardware Manufacturer Outlook—Brazil Telematics Hardware Manufacturer—Participant SnapshotTelematics Hardware Manufacturer—Participant Snapshot (continued)Telematics Hardware Manufacturer—Key TrendsForecast and Trends—MexicoMarket Engineering MeasurementsAutomotive Connected Services—Subscriber Forecast: MexicoAutomotive Connected Services—Market and Technology TrendsOEM Profiles—MexicoConnected Services Offering: BMW MexicoConnected Services Offering: GM MexicoConclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and Future Outlook (continued)The Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixTable of Acronyms UsedTable of Acronyms Used (continued)Learn More—Next StepsMarket Engineering Methodology




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