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Automotive Application Stores

The automotive application store is an interesting concept; however, the market remains very fragmented and it is still unclear which route the industry will take.

The report looks at what the various car OEMs are doing in regards to the automotive application store as well as the various business models and partnerships which exist.

Table of Contents

  • 1. INTRODUCTION
  • 2. THE AUTOMOTIVE APPLICATION STORE
    • 2.1. Driver and Vehicle-centric Applications
    • 2.2. The Role of In-car Applications to Bridge the Long Lifecycle Gap
    • 2.3. Cloud-based Applications versus Applications Running on Smartphones
      • 2.3.1. Smartphone-run Automotive Applications
      • 2.3.2. OEM-run Application Store
    • 2.4. Hybrid Approach
    • 2.5. OEM Application Strategies
      • 2.5.1. Ford Application Strategy
      • 2.5.2. GM Application Strategy
      • 2.5.3. Chrysler-Fiat Application Strategy
      • 2.5.4. BMW Application Strategy
      • 2.5.5. Audi Application Strategy
      • 2.5.6. Mercedes-Benz Application Strategy
      • 2.5.7. Renault Application Strategy
      • 2.5.8. PSA Application Strategy
      • 2.5.9. Jaguar-Land Rover Application Strategy
      • 2.5.10. Toyota Application Strategy
      • 2.5.11. Nissan Application Strategy
      • 2.5.12. Honda Application Strategy
      • 2.5.13. Hyundai Application Strategy
      • 2.5.14. Volvo Application Strategy
      • 2.5.15. Volkswagen App Strategy
      • 2.5.16. Tesla App Strategy
      • 2.5.17. Qoros
    • 2.6. Tier One and Aftermarket Application Strategy
      • 2.6.1. Harman
      • 2.6.2. Panasonic
      • 2.6.3. Pioneer
      • 2.6.4. Alpine
      • 2.6.5. Clarion
      • 2.6.6. Bosch
      • 2.6.7. Continental
      • 2.6.8. Denso
      • 2.6.9. Delphi
  • 3. ISSUES AND CHALLENGES
    • 3.1. Applications on an Embedded Platform
    • 3.2. Running Applications on Smartphones
    • 3.3. Business Models
      • 3.3.1. Software Developers Partnering with Car Manufacturers
      • 3.3.2. The Hybrid Approach
      • 3.3.3. Bypassing Car Makers
    • 3.4. Market Fragmentation
    • 3.5. Driver Distraction
  • 4. HTML5
  • 5. WHICH SOFTWARE PLATFORM?
    • 5.1. Google Open Automotive Alliance
    • 5.2. Apple CarPlay
    • 5.3. Microsoft
    • 5.4. GENIVI Alliance
    • 5.5. MirrorLink
    • 5.6. DriveLink
    • 5.7. QNX
    • 5.8. Airbiquity
    • 5.9. OpenCar
    • 5.10. CloudCar
  • 6. MARKET OUTLOOK

Tables

  1. Connected Automotive Infotainment System Shipments by Region, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2019
  2. OEM Software Partnerships, World Market: 2014
  3. Shipments of OEM Telematics Systems Fitted with Smartphone Integration Technologies, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2019

Charts

  1. Automotive Apps Downloaded by Region, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2019
  2. Automotive Apps Revenues by Region, World Market, Forecast: 2008 to 2019

Figures

  1. Automotive Application Store Monetization
  2. Automotive Application Store Ecosystem