The focus of this study is to strategically analyze the global market for telematics and infotainment. Key market drivers, restraints, and trends are covered, and recent developments in the market are discussed. The study outlines the market for human machine interfaces, infotainment systems, connectivity models, navigation systems, and telematics services. Unit shipment forecasts for the same technologies are provided. The study also analyzes consumer preference for smartphone based infotainment models and also gives the preference for different type of available car interfaces. This study provides key conclusions and recommendations based on current value-chain dynamics.
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Executive SummaryTop Developments Expected for 20132012 NA Market Highlights2012 Europe Market Highlights2012 China Market HighlightsResearch Scope, Objectives, Background, and Methodology Research ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectiveKey Questions this Study Will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyInfotainment, Navigation, and Automotive Apps Market OverviewIn-Vehicle Connected Infotainment Market SnapshotInfotainment Feature Case StudyIn-Vehicle Embedded OEM Navigation Market SnapshotAftermarket Embedded Navigation Market SnapshotPortable Navigation Device Market SnapshotSmartphone Navigation Market SnapshotNorth American OEM Connected Infotainment Comparative AnalysisEuropean OEM Connected Infotainment Comparative AnalysisInfotainment Operating System EvolutionSmartphone Integration Solutions OverviewOpen App DevelopmentIs HTML5 Really ImportantTier 1 Supplier PositioningTelematics Market SnapshotConnected Telematics Services Deployment EvolutionEuropean eCall Mandate UpdateConnected Telematics Services Business Model ComparisonTelematics Subscriber ForecastsUpdate on V2X Communication SystemsHMI Market SnapshotNA OEMs HMI Comparative AnalysisUser Experience Development Case Study (Cadillac CUE)Cadillac CUE Innovation Case StudyEurope OEMs HMI Comparative AnalysisCentral Display Size AnalysisAutomotive Touch Screen Adoption Forecasts2012 Consumer Research Highlights—IVI, Apps, and HMI2012 Voice of Consumer Research Objectives, and Method DetailsEurope and U.S. Sample SizeFrequency of Doing Different Activities in the VehicleFrequency of Smartphone Usage in VehicleFamiliarity and Usage of Smartphone AppsLikelihood and Willingness to Pay for Smartphone Replicator SolutionsPreferred HMI Type by Application for D&E SegmentFamiliarity with Various Smartphone App BrandsU.S. Customers Interest in Telematics ServicesFamiliarity and Usage of Smartphone AppsLevel of Satisfaction with Different Vehicle HMI ControlsAmount Willing to Pay for Future HMI TechnologiesStrategic ConclusionsExciting Technologies to Watch Out ForConclusions and So WhatLegal DisclaimerAppendixLearn More—Next StepsTelematics and Infotainment Research ProgramTelematics and Infotainment Research ProgramTelematics and Infotainment Research ProgramMarket Engineering Methodology