The Role of ICT in a Connected Car Future

Emerging Opportunities for ICT Providers in the Connected Car Sector

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The evolution of connected car services has thrown the door open for several ICT opportunities. This research service highlights the ICT opportunities resulting from connected car deployments and analyses the drivers and restraints of the connected car market. It investigates the key ICT components that enable connected car services in line with possible changes to car OEMs' business models, particularly the challenges around connectivity that require a deep understanding of future progress. It also identifies a few ICT companies to watch in the connected car space; these participants are likely to become key technology market leaders in this sector.

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Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryConnected Car Services Adding Communication to Cars—The First StepEvolution of Connected Car ServicesConnected Car Market DriversConnected Car Market Drivers ExplainedConnected Car Market Drivers Explained (continued)Connected Car Market Drivers Explained (continued)Connected Car Market RestraintsConnected Car Market Restraints ExplainedConnected Car Market Restraints Explained (continued)Connected Car Market Restraints Explained (continued)Evolution of Connected Car ServicesConnectivity Sparks the First Step-change for Car OEMsX-as-a-Service (XaaS) in the Automotive IndustryMobility-as-a-ServiceData-as-a-Service—For CustomersData-as-a-Service—For Customers (continued)Data-as-a-Service—For Urban Mobility EcosystemICT Questions to Consider Opportunities for ICT Ecosystem Stakeholders in the Connected Car MarketICT Components that Enable Connected Car ServicesChips/MicroprocessorsCommunications Network Equipment and ServicesData Management LayerIndustry-Specific ApplicationsSecurity and Privacy AssuranceExamples of Best Practices by ICT StakeholdersBest Practices by ICT StakeholdersBest Practices from ICT Stakeholder—QualcommBest Practices from ICT Stakeholder—Qualcomm (continued)Best Practices from ICT Stakeholder—Qualcomm (continued)Best Practices from ICT Stakeholder—Qualcomm (continued)Best Practices from ICT Stakeholder—IntelBest Practices from ICT Stakeholder—Intel (continued)Best Practices from ICT Stakeholder—Intel (continued)Best Practices from ICT Stakeholder—Intel (continued)Best Practices from ICT Stakeholder—EricssonBest Practices from ICT Stakeholder—Ericsson (continued)Best Practices from ICT Stakeholder—VodafoneBest Practices from ICT Stakeholder—Vodafone (continued)Best Practices from ICT Stakeholder—Vodafone (continued)Best Practices from ICT Stakeholder—Vodafone (continued)Best Practices from ICT Stakeholder—AT&TBest Practices from ICT Stakeholder—AT&T (continued)Best Practices from ICT Stakeholder—AT&T (continued)Best Practices from ICT Stakeholder—AT&T (continued)Best Practices from ICT Stakeholder—AT&T (continued)Best Practices from ICT Stakeholder—GuardtimeThe Last WordThe Last WordLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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