Connected Car in Latin America: Opportunities for MNOs to Expand Business Beyond Connectivity

  • ID: 4206844
  • Report
  • Region: America, America (exc North), Latin America
  • 39 pages
  • GlobalData
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • AIG
  • AXA
  • Embratel
  • Grupo Falabella
  • Oui Movil
  • Telefonica
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Connected Car in Latin America: Opportunities for MNOs to Expand Business Beyond Connectivity

Summary

"Connected Car in Latin America: Opportunities for MNOs to Expand Business Beyond Connectivity', a new Telecom Insider Report by GlobalData, provides an executive-level overview of the connected car market in Latin America, with forecasts of key indicators up to 2021. It delivers deep quantitative and qualitative insight into the connected car market, analyzing key trends on service adoption, and the main drivers and challenges for mobile operators to grow in the market beyond connectivity.

Mobile operators are uniquely well-positioned to provide not only the connectivity required for connected car services but also many supporting applications that both enhance the value of the service and drive incrementally more revenue than connectivity alone would generate.

It provides in-depth analysis of the following -
- Market size and forecast; a look at the total market size and forecast for connected car connections and revenue in Latin America, segmented by type of connected car application;
- Drivers and Challenges; an overview on the key drivers and challenges for mobile operators to increase their participation in the connected car market in Latin America;
- Case studies; this section details the business model and strategy of three mobile operators in Latin America to succeed in this market;
- Key findings and recommendations; the Insider concludes with a number of key findings and a set of recommendations for pan-regional and local mobile operators, and also network vendors.

Scope

- The connected car market in Latin America will grow at a 16.9% CAGR from 2016 to 2021, reaching close to $2bn by the end of the forecast period. The high rates of car robbery in Latin America will continue to drive the growth of security connected car applications in Latin America.
- Different from MNOs in developed markets, that have become leading connected car service providers, most operators in Latin America are still playing a limited role as connectivity service providers.
- The bevy of players aiming to control the connected car market in Latin America, including customer ownership and all of the data that cars, their drivers and passengers generate, is still highly fragmented.
- Although the connected car IoT market will likely remain highly fragmented, strategic partnerships between MNOs, OEMs, ITSPs, application developers, and network vendors will create more cohesive ecosystems that can help mobile operators to play a bigger role within the connected car value chain and profit from value-added connected car services.

Reasons to buy

- This Insider Report provides a comprehensive examination of the value chain and mobile operators' business models in the connected car market in Latin America to help executives fully understand market dynamics, determine what works and what doesn’t, formulate effective product development plans and optimize resource allocation and return on investments.
- This Insider Report provides a five-year forecast of connected car market, developed using Our rigorous bottom-up modeling methodologies, to enable executives to effectively position their companies for growth opportunities and emerging trends in demand for their products.
- Three case studies illustrate the findings of the report, providing insight into particular situations in the connected car market; this will help the reader understand both the challenges confronted in the real world and the strategies employed to overcome those challenges.
- The report discusses concrete opportunities in the connected car market, providing a number of actionable recommendations for pan-regional and local mobile operators, and network vendors.
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • AIG
  • AXA
  • Embratel
  • Grupo Falabella
  • Oui Movil
  • Telefonica
  • MORE
Executive summary
Section 1: Market context
Section 1, Connected car definition and taxonomy
Section 1, Connected car value chain
Section 1, Connected car market size and forecast
Section 2: Drivers and inhibitors
Section 2, Connected car drivers and inhibitors for MNOs
Section 2, Auto-insurance solutions - driver
Section 2, Carrier billing - driver
Section 2, Legacy networks - inhibitor
Section 2, Low Power networks - inhibitor
Section 3: Case studies
Case study: Claro Brazil
Case study: Seguros and Móvil Falabella Chile
Case study: Telefonica Digital Latin America
Key Findings and Recommendations
Section 4, Key Findings
Section 4, Recommendations
Appendix
Acronyms and definitions
Companies mentioned
About the authors
Contact information

List of Tables
Exhibit 1: Connected car applications
Exhibit 2: Connected car applications and access technologies
Exhibit 3: Connected car value chain
Exhibit 4: Selected operators initiatives in the connected car market, Latin America, 2017
Exhibit 5: Connected car connections by type of application, Latin America, 2015-2021
Exhibit 6: Connected car connections by type of channel implementation, Latin America, 2016-2021
Exhibit 7: Connected car connections by type of access technology, Latin America, 2016-2021
Exhibit 8: Connected car service revenue mix, Latin America, 2016 and 2021
Exhibit 9: Main factors affecting the participation of mobile operators in the connected car value chain, Latin America, 2017
Exhibit 10: Vodafone UBI solution
Exhibit 11: UBI ecosystem for MNOs and MVNOs
Exhibit 12: : MNOs as a channel in the value chain
Exhibit 13: Selected MNOs in charge for billing and acting as channel for connected car services, 2017
Exhibit 14: Strategic partnerships from selected operators to transition their networks from static to automated, Latin America
Exhibit 15: Wireless technology comparison of bandwidth vs. range
Exhibit 16: MNO main approaches to LPWA technologies
Exhibit 17: Claro Brazil connected car solution, 2017
Exhibit 18: Claro Brazil connected car ecosystem
Exhibit 19: Seguros Falabella connected car solution, 2017
Exhibit 20: Seguros and Móvil Falabella connected car ecosystem
Exhibit 21: Telefonica connected car solution, 2017
Exhibit 22: Telefonica Latin America connected car ecosystem

List of Figures
Exhibit 1: Connected car applications
Exhibit 2: Connected car applications and access technologies
Exhibit 3: Connected car value chain
Exhibit 4: Selected operators initiatives in the connected car market, Latin America, 2017
Exhibit 5: Connected car connections by type of application, Latin America, 2015-2021
Exhibit 6: Connected car connections by type of channel implementation, Latin America, 2016-2021
Exhibit 7: Connected car connections by type of access technology, Latin America, 2016-2021
Exhibit 8: Connected car service revenue mix, Latin America, 2016 and 2021
Exhibit 9: Main factors affecting the participation of mobile operators in the connected car value chain, Latin America, 2017
Exhibit 10: Vodafone UBI solution
Exhibit 11: UBI ecosystem for MNOs and MVNOs
Exhibit 12: : MNOs as a channel in the value chain
Exhibit 13: Selected MNOs in charge for billing and acting as channel for connected car services, 2017
Exhibit 14: Strategic partnerships from selected operators to transition their networks from static to automated, Latin America
Exhibit 15: Wireless technology comparison of bandwidth vs. range
Exhibit 16: MNO main approaches to LPWA technologies
Exhibit 17: Claro Brazil connected car solution, 2017
Exhibit 18: Claro Brazil connected car ecosystem
Exhibit 19: Seguros Falabella connected car solution, 2017
Exhibit 20: Seguros and Móvil Falabella connected car ecosystem
Exhibit 21: Telefonica connected car solution, 2017
Exhibit 22: Telefonica Latin America connected car ecosystem
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  • Seguros Falabella
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