Strategic Analysis of the Impact of Big Data on the European and North American Automotive Industry

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The aim of this market research study is to present and analyse the impact of Big Data in the automotive industry. Big Data is not a new phenomenon in the automotive industry. The key reason for the increased industry focus on Big Data is the increasing presence of connectivity, with the short- and mid-terms promising high-speed/high-bandwidth connectivity in automobiles. This market research study identifies strategies and market opportunities for the automotive industry in Europe and North America. This research is supported by case studies and strategic conclusions and recommendations. It also provides links to supplementary research studies.

Table of Contents

Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Key FindingsExecutive Summary—Key Societal, Technological, and Other Challenges for Big Data Implementation Executive Summary—Savings Achieved Using Big DataExecutive Summary—Global Perspective on Big Data IndustryExecutive Summary—Big Data Success Case StudiesExecutive Summary—Associated MultimediaResearch Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions this Study Will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch Methodology An Overview of Big Data Basics—North America and Europe Overview of Big Data BasicsThe 4 Pillars for an Effective Big Data StrategyMeasurement of Performance in Big Data Awareness Across Other Industry Verticals Global Data Traffic and Big Data Market Revenue PotentialEvolution of the Big Data Industry The Basics of Big Data Implementation Big Data for the Automotive IndustryWhy Big Data is Important for the Auto World Why Big Data—The Business Case Where it Can Help—Big Data Features and Services Examples of Big Data Connectivity Features and ServicesExamples of Big Data Connectivity Features and Services (continued)Impact of Big Data and Connectivity FeaturesBig Data’s Biggest Implications to Profitability for OEM/dealers Automotive Big Data Market AnalysisOverview of Data for Lifetime of a Car—Required Data and Where to ObtainConnected and Non-Connected Cars Creating Big Data Opportunities Frost & Sullivan’s Explicit Savings from a VehicleOEM Involvement in Big DataKey Opportunities in the Auto World Using Big Data and Related Case StudiesOpportunity for Predictive Diagnostics from Big Data Opportunity for Digital Retailing Experience from Big DataOpportunity for Digital Retailing Experience from Big Data (continued)Opportunity for Digital Retailing Experience from Big Data (continued)Opportunity for Usage-based Insurance from Big DataBMW Case Study: Data Mining, Predictive Quality, and MaintenanceBMW Case Study: Internal App Suite for Data TrackingFord Case Study: Big Data for Quality, Manufacturing, and Process StreamliningIBM Intelligent Commerce Experience (ICE) Case StudyStart-up Case Study—Dash LabsTrueCar Case Study: Reducing Structural Inefficiencies with Big DataAdditional Big Data Success Case StudiesBig Data in Aftermarket Retailing—AutoZone Case StudyBig Data for OEMs—Volvo Cars Big Data for Cities Case Study—Boston Potholes Big Data in Demand Sensing—Autometrics Case StudyBig Data in Understanding Driver Behavior in Massachusetts—Agnik Case Study Key Conclusions and Future Outlook Key Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixAssumptions for Calculating Savings from Big DataTalent Needed in Big Data Workforce for the Automotive IndustryAbbreviations and Acronyms UsedLearn More—Next StepsMarket Engineering MethodologyThe Hot Topics Covered and UpcomingOur Key Hot Topics Covered in Our ResearchList of Studies—Past, In-progress, and Planned for 2014Passenger Vehicle—Telematics & Infotainment Research Program2013 Existing and UpcomingPassenger Vehicle—Telematics & Infotainment Research ProgramPlanned Research 2014Passenger Vehicle—Telematics & Infotainment Research ProgramExisting Research (2009–2012)

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