Vehicle-to-Everything Technologies for Connected Cars

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Advancements in wireless communication technologies, sensor fusion, imaging technologies, Big Data, and analytics have created opportunities for automotive manufacturers to discover a wide range of solutions for multiple applications. Miniaturization of electronic components, advancements in navigation, and adoption of smart devices is expected to fuel advancements in the vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communications industry.

Vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication is be expected to be pivotal in the development of Internet of Things (IoT). Connected cars in the long term can be expected to interact not only among themselves, but also with the environment around, thereby leading to various forms of vehicular communication. Though government initiatives, evolving ADAS (advanced driver assistance systems) applications, and technology advancements may drive opportunities, high initial investment and lack of suitable infrastructure are some of the key factors that hinder widespread adoption. This research service focuses on capturing applications of vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and V2X. It also accesses communication technologies, which would be suitable for V2X communication based on cost analysis.

Key questions addressed in the research service:

What are the various applications of V2V and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I)?

What are the different types of communication technologies that can be adopted in V2X?

What are the factors influencing adoption of V2X communication?

What is the suitable communication technology for V2X communication?

What is the application pipeline for V2X communication?

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Research Methodology1.3 Research Methodology Explained1.4 Key Findings – Significance of Connected Cars1.5 Key Findings – Key Connected Car Technologies - V2V and V2I Applications can Significantly Reduce Collisions1.6 Key Findings – DSRC and Cellular Technologies are Key Communication Technologies for V2X1.7 Key Findings – Future Opportunities2.0 Significance and Key Technologies 2.1 Potentially Disruptive Mega Trends – Significance of Connectivity and Future of Mobility from CEO’s Perspective 2.2 V2X in Connected Cars will Reduce Automotive Collision2.3 Connected Car – Device on Wheels2.4 The Three Big Impact of Connected Cars2.5 V2V and V2I Together will Lead to Zero Accidents2.6 Key Technologies Enabling Connected Cars3.0 Key V2V and V2I Applications3.1 Key Vehicle-to-Vehicle enabled Applications3.2 Key Vehicle-to-Infrastructure enabled Applications4.0 Impact Assessment of Factors Influencing Development and Adoption – Drivers and Challenges4.1 Regulations, Industry Consolidation, Technology Advancements, and Increasing Needs Drives Development and Adoption4.2 Government and Regulatory Agencies are Driving Implementation of Connected Cars4.3 Industry Consortiums are Driving Developments4.4High Level of Competition is Accelerating Innovations4.5Need of ADAS Bolstering V2X Development Initiatives4.6 Data Security, Lack of Infrastructure, Acquisition Cost, and Ambiguity over Communication Technologies are Key Challenges4.7 Threat to Data Security is the Biggest Concern in the V2X Industry 4.8 Implementation Cost can hinder Wide scale Adoption5.0 Key Technologies Enabling Vehicle-to-everything Communication5.1 VANET Communication Technologies5.2 Significance of DSRC5.3 Significance of C-V2X5.4 Technology Competence Assessment of DSRC and Cellular Technologies6.0 Cost Analysis of Suitable Vehicle-to-everything Communication Technologies6.1 Assessment of Cost for Deploying V2V Technologies6.2 Overall Cost of Deploying Connected Cars is Low for DSRC6.3 Cost Assumptions and Estimation Explanation of Cellular, DSRC, and Hybrid Communication Technologies6.4 Communication Data Costs is Observed to be Lowest for DSRC6.5 Analyst Point of View – Communication Costs7.0 Industry Initiatives7.1 Key Global Industry Initiatives by Automotive OEMs7.2 Automotive OEMs to offer V2X for improving safety7.3 Recent Industry Partnerships and Collaborations8.0 Region-wise Impact Assessment8.1 Government initiatives encourage V2X adoption in the region8.2 Consortiums and partnerships spur technology advancement8.3 Telecommunication providers show keen interest to enter V2X communication market9.0 Applications Roadmap9.1 Connected Car Applications Roadmap9.2 Future trends are geared toward Autonomous drivability10.0 Strategic Moves of Stakeholders10.1 Key Stakeholders Associated with V2X Communication10.2 Strategies to be Adopted by V2X Stakeholders11.0 Growth Opportunities11.1 Convergence Scenario: Autonomous Drive Correction11.2 Growth Opportunities for Stakeholders11.3 V2X leads to new business models and strategic partnerships11.4 Key Strategic Questions from CEO’s Perspective12.0 Industry Contacts12.1 Industry Contacts Legal Disclaimer13.0 The Frost & Sullivan Story13.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story13.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career13.3 Global Perspective13.4 Industry Convergence13.5 360º Research Perspective13.6 Implementation Excellence13.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy




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