V2X Business Models: Monetizing Cooperative Mobility

Price: Starting at USD 4,500
Publish Date: 06 Apr 2022
Code: AN-5407
Research Type: Research Analysis
V2X Business Models: Monetizing Cooperative Mobility
Actionable Benefits

Actionable Benefits

  • Assess the value of V2X in extracting new revenue streams from connected cars.
  • Use the comprehensive analysis of potential business models as input for product planning.
  • Identify how to take advantage of the immediate V2N opportunity.
Critical Questions Answered

Critical Questions Answered

  • Will any business model justify the adoption of short-range communication (PC5/ITS-G5) V2X?
  • Can OEMs and infrastructure operators enable revenue-generating applications on top of short-range communication (PC5/ITS-G5) V2X?
  • What are the main opportunities and obstacles in implementing V2N business models?
  • What path to profitability is there for cooperative mobility?
Research Highlights

Research Highlights

  • Comprehensive analysis of potential business models for short-range and long-range V2X communication.
  • Assessment of how 5G and distributed computing contribute to V2X monetization.
  • OBU and RSU shipments and revenues forecasts.
Who Should Read This?

Who Should Read This?

  • Strategic decision-makers at car OEMs.
  • Product managers at automotive and ITS semiconductor vendors.
  • Strategic decision-makers at technology vendors targeting the connected vehicles, ITS, and smart cities markets.
  • Executives at standardization organizations.

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1.1. Key Takeaways
1.2. Key Definitions

2. SHORT-RANGE COMMUNICATION

2.1. Business Models
2.2. Regulation and Mandates
2.3. Key Players

3. LONG-RANGE COMMUNICATION (V2N)

3.1. Business Models
3.2. Generating Value from V2N
3.3. 5G and MEC
3.4. Key Players

4. FORECASTS

4.1. Long-Range Communication Addressable Market
4.2. Short-Range Communication

5. CONCLUDING REMARKS