Develop strategy to take advantage of cooperative mobility opportunity based on immediate, short to mid-term, and long-term use cases and shipment forecasts.
Identify overlooked use cases that can be promptly deployed in connected cars.
Develop applications, services and hardware priorities according to V2X phased rollout and regional variances.
Critical Questions Answered
What are the successive cooperative mobility deployment phases and their shipment opportunity within the next years?
What applications are associated with each cooperative mobility phase and when will they reach maturity?
What is the impact of different technology protocols coexistence (C-V2X and DSRC) for OEMs, chipset vendors, Tier 1 and V2X service providers?
What is the role of infrastructure in enabling V2X applications?
Classification of cooperative mobility into three consecutive deployment phases along with comprehensive examination of each phase applications, limitations, and technology and market adoption requirements.
Practical strategies for OEMs, Tier1, government agencies, and V2X chipset vendors and service providers to take advantage of the cooperative mobility opportunity in a future with C-V2X and DSRC coexistence.
Vehicle to Network (V2N) LTE, 802.11p and C-V2X shipment projection over the next 7 years.
Who Should Read This?
Strategists within OEMs looking for potential applications, chipset and V2X service providers, or geographical regions with highest revenue potential.
Decision-makers within OEMs and municipal, city or transport authorities looking to develop plan of action that encourage higher V2X adoption.
Leaders within V2X chipset and service providers, OEMs, and Tier 1 vendors developing strategies for market positioning face distinct technology mandates in different regions.