Telematics Standardization Initiatives

The adoption of global standards is a major driver for the adoption of telematics solutions as well as a critical success factor for the future of the consumer and commercial telematics industries. It reduces fragmentation, creating a dynamic and open telematics ecosystem, while at the same time lowering development costs. The main government-initiated telematics standard is the EU’s pan-European eCall emergency calling initiative. Industry standards include Nokia’s Terminal Mode and BMW’s Next Generation Telematics Protocol. This Research Report discusses the relevance and benefits of telematics standards and provides a critical assessment of the main initiatives. It also provides forecasts of Terminal Mode users.

  • 1. RELEVANCE OF STANDARDS FOR THE TELEMATICS INDUSTRY
    • 1.1. Reduction of Industry Fragmentation caused by Proprietary Technology
    • 1.2. Dynamic, Open, and Stable Telematics Ecosystem
    • 1.3. Cost Reduction
    • 1.4. Mass Market Adoption
  • 2. MAIN TELEMATICS STANDARDIZATION INITIATIVES
    • 2.1. Official Telematics Standards
      • 2.1.1. European Union's eCall
      • 2.1.2. Brazil SVT
    • 2.2. Industry Standards and Consortia
      • 2.2.1. Next Generation Telematics Patterns (NGTP)
      • 2.2.2. Terminal Mode
      • 2.2.3. GENIVI
      • 2.2.4. MeeGo Chosen by the GENIVI Alliance
      • 2.2.5. Other Initiatives

Tables

  1. Terminal Mode Users by Region, World Market, Forecast: 2010 to 2016

Figures

  1. NGTP 2.0 Diagram
  2. Terminal Mode Diagram
  3. Terminal Mode Protocols
  4. Terminal Mode VNC
  5. Terminal Mode Certification
  6. GENIVI Platform Vision
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Research Information

Publish Date
1Q 2011
Code
RR-1799-10
Research Type
Research Report Report
Pages
12