Prepare roadmap and product/services timelines for the rollout of infotainment features and hardware.
Tier Ones can expand and align the scope of infotainment applications offered in their platforms.
OEMs, Tier Ones, and Tier Twos can pinpoint and better prepare for the architecture implications of new infotainment functionalities.
Critical Questions Answered
What are the major trends in connected infotainment?
What are the implications of new infotainment applications to architecture and how they affect hardware complexity?
What is the current market size, and what will be the market opportunity within the next eleven years for different software and hardware features in different regions?
What are the M2M and Consumer eSIM opportunities in the automotive industry?
The report brings twenty-two eleven-year forecasts, divided into four regions, for infotainment functionalities and architecture trends, including video-on-demand, infotainment OS, eSIM, displays, and cockpit domain controller.
A comprehensive assessment of how the implementation of functionalities such as digital cockpit, OTA updates, embedded voice assistants, streaming, 3D graphics, and multiple displays increase hardware complexity and poses challenges to vehicles’ legacy architecture.
Guidelines for OEMs, Tier Ones and Tier Twos suppliers adopting and supporting the adoption of software-defined vehicle architecture.
Who Should Read This?
Engineers and decision-makers within Tier Two suppliers developing infotainment software and silicon.
Digital content and R&D leaders withing telecommunication and security companies.
Infotainment and instrument cluster engineers as well as innovation leaders within OEMs and Tier Ones adopting a consolidated cockpit approach.