Strategic Outlook of Global Commercial Vehicle Telematics Market in 2015

Global Telematics Installed Base to Surpass 17.6 Million by 2015

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The study aims to analyse and forecast the global commercial vehicle telematics market for 2015. The major focus is on market trends and regional trends in services, solutions, and technologies for specific segments such as light commercial vehicles, medium commercial vehicles, and heavy and extra heavy commercial vehicles. The study highlights the telematics opportunities by segment, application, business model, and regions, and it also offers growth/revenue analysis for vendors and regions. In addition, emerging market trends and importance of CV telematics in Big Data and cyber security are highlighted, and the market’s key predictions have been analysed. The forecast period is 2015, with 2014 as the base year.

Table of Contents

Executive SummaryRecap of 2014Top 6 Predictions for 2015Regional Life Cycle AnalysisTop Market Trends That Will Drive Connected Truck Market—2015Global CV Telematics Installed Base by Region Snapshot2015 Telematics Installed Base—Next Generation MarketsKey OEM Solutions and Dedicated Providers2014 and 2015—A Strategic ComparisonResearch Scope and SegmentationResearch ScopeFlag RepresentationCommercial Vehicle—Definitions and SegmentsKey Market Trends—2015Evolving FMS Vendors—Expanding Value ChainTier-1 Suppliers Foray into TelematicsFrost & Sullivan Regional PredictionsKey Regulations and Mandates—A SnapshotTelematics Product Analysis—2015CV Telematics Market—Solution TypesRegional Connected Truck Market Forecast—By Solution TypesRegional Connected Truck Market Forecast—By ServiceRegional Pricing and Service Model Analysis—2015Regional Connected Truck Market Breakdown—Business Model TypeKey Product Innovations and Launches—2015Key Product Innovations and Launches—2015 (continued)Key Connected Truck Product Launches—2015Regional Market Trends and Analysis—2015European Fleet Management Market—OverviewNorth American Fleet Management Market—OverviewChinese Fleet Management Market—OverviewLATAM Fleet Management Market—OverviewRussian Fleet Management Market—OverviewSouth African Fleet Management Market—OverviewTurkish Fleet Management Market—OverviewIndian Fleet Management Market—OverviewMarket Measurement Analysis—2015Global Connected LCV and M/HCV Contribution—2014, 2015, and 2020Regional Connected Truck Market Outlook—2014 and 2015Regional LCV and M/HCV Telematics Penetration—2015Regional Connected Truck Market Forecast—Revenue AnalysisRegional Analysis—By Service Revenues for 2015Opportunity AnalysisOpportunity Analysis—By Fleet TypesOpportunity Analysis—By VendorsValue Truck OverviewCompetitive Analysis—2015Key Vendors Analysis—North AmericaKey Vendor Analysis—EuropeKey Vendor Analysis—IndiaKey Vendor Analysis—TurkeyKey Vendor Analysis—RussiaKey Vendor Analysis—South AfricaKey Vendor Analysis—ChinaKey Vendor Analysis—LATAMRegional Connected Truck Market—OEM AnalysisOEM vs Third-Party Penetration—By RegionEmerging Market TrendsFuture of Urban Logistics DistributionVideo Surveillance in Trucks—A SnapshotTelematics and Driver Simulator Training RelationshipImportance of Driving Simulators to OEMsTruck Platooning—Fleet AngleVision of the Future—Smart Connected Trucks, Roads, and CitiesKey Conclusions—Global CV Telematics Outlook 2015Key Conclusions—Global CV Telematics Outlook 2015Legal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering MethodologyTable of Acronyms UsedConnected Truck Research ProgramConnected Truck Research Program (continued)Connected Truck Research Program (continued)Connected Truck Research Program (continued)Commercial Vehicle Telematics Research Program




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