Smart Cars and the IoT

For the automotive industry the emergence of the IoT constitutes a disruptive and transformative environment characterized by value chain and business model upheaval and a “collaborate or die” ecosystem friction reality. It is prompting the automotive industry to redefine and reinvent itself in order to capitalize on the huge opportunities of this key vertical in the new IoT economy. The absorption of the automotive industry in the wider IoT is driven by new connected car use cases such as EVs as a mobile grid and vehicles used as delivery locations. As this IoT revolution unfolds, automotive innovation and value creation will be shifting to the boundaries with other industries.

This report covers smart car IoT applications related to home automation, smart grids, smart cities, healthcare and retail including forecasts for the number of registered vehicles featuring IoT services per region and type of service. Specific issues related to this emerging environment and main ecosystem players are also described.

Table of Contents

  • 1. THE FUTURE OF SMART CARS LIES BEYOND AUTOMOTIVE
    • 1.1. The Connected Vehicle, the IoE, and the IoT
    • 1.2. IoT Phases
    • 1.3. Automotive and the Other IoT Verticals
    • 1.4. New Opportunities for Automotive in the IoT
  • 2. SMART CAR IOT APPLICATIONS
    • 2.1. Vehicle-to-grid (V2G)
      • 2.1.1. Demand-response Systems
      • 2.1.2. Cloud Charging
      • 2.1.3. Forecasts
    • 2.2. Vehicle-to-home (V2H)
      • 2.2.1. Remote Control of the Automated Home
      • 2.2.2. Big Data and Multimedia Content Downloads
      • 2.2.3. EVs as Backup Power for Homes
      • 2.2.4. Crowd Charging
      • 2.2.5. Forecasts
    • 2.3. Vehicle-to-person (V2P), In-vehicle Healthcare Solutions
    • 2.4. Vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I)
    • 2.5. Vehicle-to-retail (V2R)
  • 3. ISSUES AND CHALLENGES
    • 3.1. Security
    • 3.2. Safety
    • 3.3. Regulation
    • 3.4. Widely Varying Industry Dynamics and Lifecycles
    • 3.5. Cellular Coverage and Latency
    • 3.6. Lack of Cross-industry Standards and Data Formats
    • 3.7. Lack of Ownership
    • 3.8. Limited Initial Addressable Markets
  • 4. REGIONAL FORECASTS
  • 5. A FLEDGLING SMART CAR IOT ECOSYSTEM
    • 5.1. Toyota
    • 5.2. GM: OnStar V2G
    • 5.3. Ford
    • 5.4. ADT Pulse
    • 5.5. Mercedes-Benz and Nest
    • 5.6. Volvo: Roam Delivery
    • 5.7. AT&T
    • 5.8. Google
    • 5.9. Nissan's Nismo

Charts

  1. Registered Vehicles with V2G IoT Application by Region, World Market, Forecast: 2013 to 2030
  2. Registered Vehicles with V2H IoT Application by Region, World Market, Forecast: 2013 to 2030
  3. Registered Vehicles with V2P IoT Application by Region, World Market, Forecast: 2013 to 2030
  4. Registered Vehicles with V2I IoT Application by Region, World Market, Forecast: 2013 to 2030
  5. Registered Vehicles with V2R IoT Application by Region, World Market, Forecast: 2013 to 2030
  6. Registered Vehicles with IoT Application by Type, World Market, Forecast: 2013 to 2030
  7. Registered Vehicles with IoT Application by Type, North America, Forecast: 2013 to 2030
  8. Registered Vehicles with IoT Application by Type, Europe, Forecast: 2013 to 2030
  9. Registered Vehicles with IoT Application by Type, Asia-Pacific, Forecast: 2013 to 2030
  10. Registered Vehicles with IoT Application by Type, Rest of the World, Forecast: 2013 to 2030

Figures

  1. The Internet of Everything, Examples Shown in the Diagram
  2. IoT Stages in Automotive, Diagram
  3. Automotive and IoT, Diagram
  4. Ford Concept for In-vehicle Health Monitoring, Detailed Diagram
  5. Toyota Smart Center, Diagram
  6. GM OnStar V2G Services, Flowchart
  7. Mercedes-Benz Nest IoT Application, Visual
  8. Volvo Roam Delivery Service, Visual
  9. Nissan Nismo Smart Watch, Visual
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Research Information

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Publish Date
2Q 2014
Code
AN-1792
Research Type
Application Analysis Report
Pages
22