Strategic Outlook of the North American Class 6-8 Truck Safety Systems Market

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The aim of this study is to analyze the safety systems market in class 6-8 trucks in North America. Under the compliance, safety, and accountability (CSA) environment, fleets are looking to improve safe driving practices and reduce fleets’ risk by using advanced safety technologies. Fleets are evaluating the return on investment of safety systems based on the system’s ability to reduce accidents and vehicle maintenance costs, while improving CSA scores, fuel economy, and driving performance. Growing awareness among fleets, impending regulations, and the enhanced value proposition of safety systems are expected to drive the market. The integration of safety systems with telematics is expected to facilitate a common technology platform in the future. Real-time data connectivity is expected to be a key factor in fleets’ adoption of telematics technologies. The study period is from 2013 to 2020.

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Executive SummaryKey Findings and Future OutlookImpact of Upcoming RegulationsKey Findings from Frost & Sullivan’s 2014 Voice of Customer StudyFactors Influencing Fleet Safety Systems Suppliers SelectionInfluential Factors of Advanced Safety Technologies Purchase ProcessKey Telematics ApplicationsSafety Systems Technology Roadmap Key Findings—Unit Shipment Forecast SnapshotKey Findings—Revenue Forecast SnapshotRevenue Growth Analysis by Technology Type Growth Opportunities in the Safety Systems Market TBSA RoadmapProliferation of Multiplexed Architecture Enabling Effective Integration Key Findings—3 Big PredictionsResearch Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions This Study Will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyDefinitions and SegmentationMarket SegmentationTechnology DefinitionMega Trends and ImplicationsRising Impact of Urbanization on Safety Systems DemandShortage of Skilled Drivers Resulting in Higher Adoption of Safety TechnologiesData Capture from Driver TrainingSensor Fusion and Sensor Sharing Leading to Safety System IntegrationRise of Telematics as Regulation Compliance and Safety Enabler Advent of Autonomous Trucks Accelerates Safety Technology AdoptionHealth, Wellness, and Wellbeing of Aging Truck DriversNorth American Traffic Safety Statistics and TrendsNorth American Traffic Safety StatisticsNorth American Traffic Safety Statistics (continued) North American Class 6-8 Truck Safety Regulations OutlookImpact of Current RegulationsImpact of CSAHours-of-Service (HOS) RuleLegislative Horizon Impact of Upcoming RegulationsSafety Systems Technology Roadmap Sensor Technologies RoadmapInsurer PerspectiveVoice of the Consumer—Customer Research and AnalysisOverview of Customer Research StudyResearch Scope and Structure of the Customer Research Study Influential Factors of Advanced Safety Technologies Purchase Process Most Influential Factors of Fleet Safety Systems Suppliers’ Selection ProcessMost Influential Factors for Improving ROI of Safety SystemsRelative Importance of Advanced Safety Technology Options for Heavy-duty VehiclesPreferred Active Chassis Control OptionsInfluential Factors of Telematics Technologies Purchase Process Relative Importance of Telematics Technology Options for Heavy-duty VehiclesKey Insights—Advanced Safety TechnologiesDrivers and Restraints—Total Class 6-8 Truck Safety Systems MarketDrivers and RestraintsMarket DriversMarket Drivers ExplainedMarket Drivers Explained (continued)Market RestraintsMarket Restraints ExplainedForecasts and Trends—Total Class 6-8 Truck Safety Systems MarketTotal Market—Vehicle Production ForecastTotal Market—Unit Shipment ForecastTotal Market—Revenue Forecast Total Market—Pricing Analysis by TechnologyDriver Information Warning Systems Segment AnalysisDIWS Segment—Unit Shipment SnapshotDIWS Segment—Installation Rate SnapshotDIWS Segment—Pricing Analysis SnapshotDIWS Segment—Revenue SnapshotTire Pressure Monitoring SystemsQuantitative Analysis—TPMSLane Departure Warning SystemsQuantitative Analysis—LDWBlind Spot Detection SystemsQuantitative Analysis—BSDDriver Drowsiness Warning SystemQuantitative Analysis—DDWKey Insights—DIWSActive Chassis Control Systems Segment AnalysisACCS Segment—Unit Shipment SnapshotACCS Segment—Installation Rate SnapshotACCS Segment—Pricing AnalysisACCS Segment—Revenue SnapshotElectronic Stability Control SystemQuantitative Analysis—ESCRollover Stability Control SystemQuantitative Analysis—RSCAdaptive Cruise Control SystemQuantitative Analysis—ACCKey Insights—ACCSIntegrated Safety Systems Market AnalysisIntegrated Safety Systems ISS Market—Unit Shipment SnapshotISS Market—Installation Rate SnapshotISS Market—Pricing AnalysisISS Market—Revenue SnapshotKey Insights—ISSTelematics-based Safety Applications Market AnalysisTelematics-based Safety Applications (TBSA)Usage-based Insurance (UBI) Market for Commercial VehiclesKey Telematics ApplicationsTBSA RoadmapTBSA Market—Pricing AnalysisQuantitative Analysis—Telematics MarketLytx as a Solution Provider Key Insights—Telematics TechnologiesCompetitive DynamicsSupplier Market Share Analysis—DIWSSupplier Market Share Analysis—ACCSSupplier Market Share Analysis—ISSSupplier Market Share Analysis—TBSAOEMs Offering Safety SystemsCompetitive Positioning of Safety Systems SuppliersKey Conclusions and RecommendationsKey Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixList of Abbreviations Market Engineering Methodology




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