Connected Car Platforms Competitive Assessment

Price: Starting at USD 4,500
Publish Date: 06 Nov 2019
Code: CA-1299
Research Type: Competitive Ranking
Pages: 39
Connected Car Platforms Competitive Assessment
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Actionable Benefits

Actionable Benefits

  • Cloud platform providers can identify comparative advantages that are not being properly exploited as well as competitive disadvantages that require immediate action.
  • Tier 1 suppliers and OEMs can use the comprehensive industry analysis to guide their market strategy.
  • OEMs can select the most suitable platform provider and/or public cloud for their connected car projects.
  • New entrants can identify gaps in the offerings from the established vendors in order to outmaneuver larger competitors.
Critical Questions Answered

Critical Questions Answered

  • OEMs are prone to outsource their connected car platforms, but are platform providers prepared for the opportunity?
  • What is the industry landscape and how the current plyers are positioned?
  • How do these players differentiate and in what areas is this differentiation most relevant?
  • What are the main market trends and how the vendors position within them?
Research Highlights

Research Highlights

  • Comprehensive ranking across 10 criteria split by innovation features and implementation achievements.
  • Comparative graph including all vendors along with a discussion on their classification and comparison of their scores in innovation and implementation.
  • Rankings split between market leader, challengers and nichers for easy identification of different performance levels.
  • Thorough individual company assessment across the criteria split and practical strategic recommendations.
Who Should Read This?

Who Should Read This?

  • Decision-makers within OEMs, Tier 1 suppliers and platform providers looking for developing strategies for market positioning face the automotive industry transformation.
  • Innovation leaders within public cloud companies and connectivity providers for the automotive industry looking for technological features to improve their solutions.
  • Finance institutions and venture capital companies looking for companies to invest.
  • Planners within OEMs who need to chart a path forward to meet the rising demand for connectivity.

Companies Mentioned

Amazon Web Services (AWS)
IBM Corp
Microsoft Corporation
WirelessCar Corporation

Table of Contents


1.1. Vendor Matrix
1.2. ABI Research Categorizes the Platforms into Three Categories: Leaders, Challengers, and Nichers
1.3. Implementation Rankings
1.4. Innovation


2.1. Market Trends


3.1. Leaders
3.2. Challengers
3.3. Nichers