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Connected Car: Safety and Security, Infotainment, Cost Saving, and Convenience Telematics

Traditional safety and security connected car services such as automatic emergency calling (eCall), roadside assistance (bCall), stolen vehicle tracking and recovery, and remote diagnostics first offered by companies such as GM OnStar more than a decade ago were among the early applications of GPS technology. Recent evolutions promise to bring a wide range of connected infotainment services to the car including connected navigation, radio streaming, and even spoken social network status updates. Usage based insurance is also gaining traction in the market. This study covers hardware form factors, features, trends, drivers, and barriers. It describes the connected ecosystem and value chain and provides strategic recommendations. It also provides detailed forecasts of embedded, hybrid, and converged connectivity solutions including subscribers, service revenue, and hardware shipments and revenues for the United States, Canada, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Latin America, Asia-Pacific, and Africa and the Middle East.

Table of Contents

  • Top Line Forecast
  • 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
    • 1.1. Market Trends
    • 1.2. Market Drivers and Barriers
    • 1.3. Business Models
    • 1.4. Market Forecasts
  • 2. RECOMMENDATIONS
    • 2.1. Adopt Open, Upgradeable, Standards-based Platforms
    • 2.2. Focus on Superior HMI
    • 2.3. Consider Connected Car as an Integral Part of the Overall Strategy
    • 2.4. Develop Systems Combining Embedded Functionality, Smartphone Integration, and Cloud-based Services
    • 2.5. Adopt a Mix of Business Models
    • 2.6. Develop Ecosystem Expertise
  • 3. CONNECTED CAR SERVICES
    • 3.1. Safety and Security Applications
    • 3.2. Connected Infotainment Applications
    • 3.3. Cost-saving Applications
    • 3.4. Convenience Applications
    • 3.5. Safety and Security Versus Infotainment
    • 3.6. Survey Results
  • 4. CONNECTED CAR TECHNOLOGY
    • 4.1. Technical Platform
    • 4.2. Automotive Operating Systems
      • 4.2.1. QNX
      • 4.2.2. Windows Embedded
      • 4.2.3. Linux
      • 4.2.4. Android
      • 4.2.5. Cloud-based Approach
    • 4.3. Smartphone Integration and Automotive Application Stores
    • 4.4. Open Platforms
    • 4.5. HMI: Voice, Touchscreens, and Automotive Controls
  • 5. CONNECTED CAR STANDARDS, CONSORTIA, AND MANDATES
    • 5.1. Standardization and Industry Consortia
    • 5.2. Mandates
    • 5.3. eCall
    • 5.4. Car Connectivity Consortium - MirrorLink
    • 5.5. Next Generation Telematics Platform
    • 5.6. GENIVI
    • 5.7. CONTRAN 245
    • 5.8. ERA GLONASS
  • 6. CONNECTED CAR FORM FACTORS
    • 6.1. Factory-installed Connected Car Systems (OEM Systems)
    • 6.2. Fully Embedded OEM Systems
    • 6.3. Hybrid OEM Systems
    • 6.4. Aftermarket Connected Car Systems
    • 6.5. Embedded Aftermarket Systems
    • 6.6. Portable Aftermarket Systems
    • 6.7. Handset-based Aftermarket Solutions
  • 7. CONNECTED CAR MARKET DRIVERS
    • 7.1. Consumer Awareness about Safety
    • 7.2. Consumer Interest
    • 7.3. Decreasing Connectivity Costs
    • 7.4. Government Regulation
    • 7.5. Electrical Vehicles
    • 7.6. Free Telematics Services
    • 7.7. Innovations in Hardware and Software Technologies
    • 7.8. Interest in Connected Infotainment
    • 7.9. Interest in Cost-saving Features
    • 7.10. Rapid Development of Cloud-based Services
    • 7.11. HMI Innovations
  • 8. CONNECTED CAR MARKET BARRIERS
    • 8.1. Cellular Broadband Connectivity Coverage
    • 8.2. Long Automotive Development Cycles
    • 8.3. Lack of Upgradeable Telematics Systems
    • 8.4. Complex User Interfaces
    • 8.5. Lack of Compelling Content
    • 8.6. Safety Risks Caused by Driver Distraction
    • 8.7. Privacy Concerns
    • 8.8. User Awareness
    • 8.9. Complexity and Fragmentation
    • 8.10. Profitability Issues
    • 8.11. Cost
  • 9. CONNECTED CAR ECOSYSTEM - PLAYERS AND SOLUTIONS
    • 9.1. Airbiquity, Inc.
    • 9.2. Alpine Electronics, Incorporated
    • 9.3. ATX / Cross Country Automotive Services / Agero
    • 9.4. Audi AG
    • 9.5. BMW AG
    • 9.6. Robert Bosch GmbH
    • 9.7. BYD Company, Limited
    • 9.8. Chrysler Group LLC
    • 9.9. Continental AG
    • 9.10. Daimler AG
    • 9.11. Delphi Automotive PLC
    • 9.12. Denso Corporation
    • 9.13. Fiat S.p.A.
    • 9.14. Ford Motor Company
    • 9.15. General Motors
    • 9.16. Harman International Industries, Inc.
    • 9.17. Honda Motor Co., Ltd. / Acura
    • 9.18. Hughes Telematics, Inc.
    • 9.19. Hyundai Motor Co.
    • 9.20. Kenwood Corporation / JVC Europe, Limited
    • 9.21. Kia Motors
    • 9.22. LoJack Corporation
    • 9.23. Magneti Marelli S.p.A.
    • 9.24. Nissan Motor Company, Ltd.
    • 9.25. Octo Telematics S.p.A.
    • 9.26. Parrot S.A.
    • 9.27. Pioneer Corporation
    • 9.28. PSA Peugeot Citroën
    • 9.29. QNX (Research in Motion, Ltd.)
    • 9.30. Renault S.A.
    • 9.31. Sony Corporation
    • 9.32. Subaru
    • 9.33. TomTom
    • 9.34. Toyota / Lexus
    • 9.35. Visteon
    • 9.36. Vodafone
    • 9.37. Volvo
    • 9.38. WirelessCar
  • 10. CONNECTED CAR FORECASTS
    • 10.1. Methodology
    • 10.2. Definitions
    • 10.3. United States
    • 10.4. Canada
    • 10.5. Latin America
    • 10.6. Western Europe
    • 10.7. Eastern Europe
    • 10.8. Asia-Pacific
    • 10.9. Middle East and Africa
  • 11. COMPANY DIRECTORY
  • 12. ACRONYMS
  • 13. LINKS TO RELATED RESEARCH
    • 13.1. Scope of Study
    • 13.2. Sources and Methodology
    • 13.3. Notes

Charts

  1. Connected Car Penetration into New Vehicles, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2017
  2. Global OEM and Aftermarket Connected Car Subscribers, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2017
  3. Telematics Penetration into New Vehicles
  4. Global OEM and Aftermarket Telematics Subscribers
  5. Consumer Telematics Subscribers by Region
  6. Consumer Telematics Services Revenue by Region
  7. Consumer Telematics Shipments by Region
  8. Consumer Telematics Hardware Revenue by Region
  9. Total Consumer Telematics Revenue by Region
  10. Telematics Penetration into New Vehicles
  11. Consumer Telematics Subscribers by Type
  12. Consumer Telematics Services Revenue by Type
  13. Consumer Telematics Shipments by Type
  14. Consumer Telematics Hardware Revenue by Type
  15. Total Consumer Telematics Revenue by Type
  16. Telematics Penetration into New Vehicles
  17. Consumer Telematics Subscribers by Type
  18. Consumer Telematics Services Revenue by Type
  19. Consumer Telematics Shipments by Type
  20. Consumer Telematics Hardware Revenue by Type
  21. Total Consumer Telematics Revenue by Type
  22. Telematics Penetration into New Vehicles
  23. Consumer Telematics Subscribers by Type
  24. Consumer Telematics Services Revenue by Type
  25. Consumer Telematics Shipments by Type
  26. Consumer Telematics Hardware Revenue by Type
  27. Total Consumer Telematics Revenue by Type
  28. Telematics Penetration into New Vehicles
  29. Consumer Telematics Subscribers by Type
  30. Consumer Telematics Services Revenue by Type
  31. Consumer Telematics Shipments by Type
  32. Consumer Telematics Hardware Revenue by Type
  33. Total Consumer Telematics Revenue by Type
  34. Telematics Penetration into New Vehicles
  35. Consumer Telematics Subscribers by Type
  36. Consumer Telematics Services Revenue by Type
  37. Consumer Telematics Shipments by Type
  38. Consumer Telematics Hardware Revenue by Type
  39. Total Consumer Telematics Revenue by Type
  40. Telematics Penetration into New Vehicles
  41. Consumer Telematics Subscribers by Type
  42. Consumer Telematics Services Revenue by Type
  43. Consumer Telematics Shipments by Type
  44. Consumer Telematics Hardware Revenue by Type
  45. Total Consumer Telematics Revenue by Type
  46. Telematics Penetration into New Vehicles
  47. Consumer Telematics Subscribers by Type
  48. Consumer Telematics Services Revenue by Type
  49. Consumer Telematics Shipments by Type
  50. Consumer Telematics Hardware Revenue by Type
  51. Total Consumer Telematics Revenue by Type

Figures

  1. Connected Car Platform Configuration, World Market, 2011
  2. Connected Car Industry Consortia and Standardization Memberships, World Market, 2012
  3. MirrorLink Screen Replication
  4. MirrorLink Protocol Diagram
  5. GENIVI Platform Vision Diagram, World Market, 2012
  6. Geographical Regions, World Market, 2012

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Research Information

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  • Publish Date 2Q 2012
  • Research Type Research Report Report
  • Code RR-CC-12
  • Pages 101
  • Tables 57
  • Charts 105
  • Figures 6
  • File Formats Excel PDF Powerpoint

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