Connected Car Ecosystem 2017 Global Market – Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies & Forecasts 2030

“Connected Car Ecosystem Market to 2030”
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The growing proliferation of embedded in-vehicle connectivity and smartphone integration platforms has made connected cars one of the fastest growing segments of the IoT (Internet of Things) market. Keen to establish recurring post-sale service revenue streams, all major automotive OEMs are investing in connected car programs. Other ecosystem players, such as mobile operators and telematics specialists, are also vying to gain a larger share of the opportunity. In fact, many mobile operators have expanded beyond their traditional role as connectivity providers, to offer end-to-end connected car platforms directly to automotive OEMs and aftermarket suppliers.

By the end of 2016, SNS Research estimates that connected car services will account for $14 Billion in annual revenue, driven by a host of applications, including but not limited to infotainment, navigation, fleet management, remote diagnostics, automatic crash notification, enhanced safety, UBI (Usage Based Insurance), traffic management and semi-autonomous driving.


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The “Connected Car Ecosystem: 2016 – 2030 – Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies & Forecasts” report presents an in-depth assessment of the connected car ecosystem including OEM connected car programs, enabling technologies, key trends, market drivers, challenges, applications, collaborative initiatives, regulatory landscape, standardization, opportunities, future roadmap, value chain, ecosystem player profiles and strategies. The report also presents market size forecasts for connected car services from 2016 through to 2030. The forecasts are segmented for 3 connectivity models, 5 application categories, 5 regions and 17 leading countries.


List of Companies Mentioned

21ViaNet Group

3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project)

Abalta Technologies



Aeris Communications




Alibaba Group

Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers

Allstate Insurance Company

Alpine Electronics

Altera Corporation


América Móvil

Analog Devices




Arada Systems

ARIB (Association of Radio Industries and Businesses, Japan)


Association of Global Automakers


AT&T Mobility

ATIS (Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions, U.S.)

Atmel Corporation




Automatic Labs

AutoNavi Software

Autonet Mobile


AVnu Alliance


B&B Electronics





Bosch SoftTec

Bosch Software Innovations

Bouygues Group

Bouygues Telecom

Bright Box


BYD Auto

C2C-CC (CAR 2 CAR Communication Consortium)



CCC (Car Connectivity Consortium)

CCSA (China Communications Standards Association)

CEN (European Committee for Standardization)

CenNavi Technologies

Changan Automobile Company


China Mobile

China Telecom

China TSP

China Unicom

Cisco Systems





Cobra Automotive Technologies

Cohda Wireless

Comtech TCS

Connect One




Cox Automotive

Coyote Systems

CPIC (China Pacific Insurance Group)


Cubic Telecom




DENATRAN (National Road Transport Department, Brazil)

Denso Corporation


Digi International


Dongfeng Motor Corporation

DT (Deutsche Telekom)


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Table Of Contents – Major Key Points

1              Chapter 1: Introduction

1.1          Executive Summary

1.2          Topics Covered

1.3          Forecast Segmentation

1.4          Key Questions Answered

1.5          Key Findings

1.6          Methodology

1.7          Target Audience

1.8          Companies & Organizations Mentioned


2              Chapter 2: An Overview of Connected Cars

2.1          What are Connected Cars?

2.2          Connectivity Approaches

2.2.1      Embedded

2.2.2      Tethered

2.2.3      Integrated

2.3          Comparison of OEM Connected Car Programs

2.4          Key Enabling Technologies

2.4.1      M2M Connectivity & Mobile Networks

2.4.2      Smart Device Integration & Tethering

2.4.3      Ethernet & Short Range Wireless

2.4.4      V2X (Vehicle-to-Everything) Communications

2.4.5      Navigation Systems

2.4.6      Infotainment Systems

2.4.7      HMI (Human Machine Interface) Technologies   Display, Touchscreens & Tactile Feedback   Voice Recognition   Gesture Control   Proximity Sensors   Eye Tracking

2.4.8      ADAS: Sensors & Other Technologies

2.4.9      Operating Systems & Software Platforms

2.4.10    Cloud Computing

2.4.11    Big Data & Analytics

2.4.12    Other Technologies

2.5          Market Growth Drivers

2.5.1      Proliferation of Mobile Broadband

2.5.2      Connected Infotainment: A Key Purchase Factor

2.5.3      Integration: Benefiting from the Smartphone Ecosystem

2.5.4      Growing Demand for Telematics Services

2.5.5      Moving Towards Intelligent Transportation & Autonomous Driving

2.5.6      Enhancing Safety & Security

2.5.7      Customer Retention & Additional Revenue Streams

2.5.8      Growing Adoption of Electric Vehicles

2.5.9      Regulatory Initiatives & Mandates

2.6          Market Barriers

2.6.1      Standardization Complexities

2.6.2      Addressing Driver Distraction Concerns

2.6.3      Privacy & Security Issues

2.6.4      Consumer Acceptance & Monetizing Services

2.6.5      Product Lifecycle

2.6.6      Connectivity in Rural Areas

2.6.7      Roaming


3              Chapter 3: Key Application Areas

3.1          Communications, Infotainment & Payments

3.1.1      Hands-Free Calling & Messaging

3.1.2      In-Vehicle Wi-Fi Hotspots

3.1.3      News & Weather Updates

3.1.4      Web Browsing & Social Networking

3.1.5      Multimedia Streaming & Downloads

3.1.6      Live Agent Services

3.1.7      In-Vehicle Payments

3.2          Navigation & Location Services

3.2.1      Navigation, Traffic Information & Alternative Routing

3.2.2      POI (Point of Interest) Search

3.2.3      Location Based Marketing

3.2.4      Geo-Fencing Applications

3.2.5      Fleet Management

3.2.6      ETC (Electronic Toll Collection)

3.3          Vehicle Management

3.3.1      Remote Diagnostics, Performance Monitoring & Maintenance

3.3.2      OTA (Over-the-Air) System Updates

3.3.3      UBI (Usage Based Insurance)

3.4          Safety & Security

3.4.1      Crash Alerting Systems

3.4.2      Roadside & Accident Assistance

3.4.3      Keyless Authentication

3.4.4      Driver Monitoring & Fatigue Detection

3.4.5      Early Warning Systems

3.5          Driver Assistance & Autonomous Driving

3.5.1      Connected ADAS Features

3.5.2      Intelligent Transportation

3.5.3      Parking Assistance

3.5.4      Self-Driving Cars

3.6          Other Applications

4              Chapter 4: Collaboration, Standardization & Regulatory Landscape

4.1          Consortiums & Collaborative Projects

4.1.1      CCC (Car Connectivity Consortium)

4.1.2      OAA (Open Automotive Alliance)

4.1.3      C2C-CC (CAR 2 CAR Communication Consortium)

4.1.4      GENIVI Alliance

4.1.5      AGL (Automotive Grade Linux)

4.1.6      OPEN Alliance SIG (Special Industry Group)

4.1.7      MOSTCO (MOST Cooperation)

4.1.8      AVnu Alliance

4.1.9      Regional Projects

4.1.10    Others

4.2          Standardization Initiatives

4.2.1      3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project)

4.2.2      IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers)

4.2.3      OneM2M

4.2.4      ISO (International Organization for Standardization)

4.2.5      ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute)

4.2.6      CEN (European Committee for Standardization)

4.2.7      W3C (World Wide Web Consortium)

4.3          Government Mandates & Initiatives

4.3.1      U.S. DOT’s V2V Connectivity Initiative

4.3.2      European Union’s eCall

4.3.3      Russia’s ERA-GLONASS

4.3.4      Brazil’s SINIAV & SIMRAV 24


5              Chapter 5: Connected Car Industry Roadmap & Value Chain

5.1          Industry Roadmap

5.1.1      2016 – 2020: The Emergence of Connected Car Programs

5.1.2      2020 – 2025: Large Scale Proliferation of Advanced Telematics & Infotainment

5.1.3      2025 – 2030: The Era of Self-Driving Cars & Cooperative V2X Applications

5.2          Value Chain

5.2.1      Enabling Technology   Hardware Providers   Software Providers

5.2.2      Production   Automotive OEMs



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