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Global Connected Cars Outlook, 2021

  • ID: 5353583
  • Report
  • June 2021
  • Region: Global
  • 150 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
With a Revenue Potential of $15-$20 Billion by 2025, the Creation of Software-defined Vehicles and Innovative Business Models is more Critical than Ever

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The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated - rather than affected - growth prospects for the global connected cars market. Technology implementation has increased, and the post-pandemic situation appears to be a positive one for all stakeholders. The pandemic is a blessing in disguise as innovative features such as embedded connectivity, bio-based health monitoring, and non-touch-based haptics such as gesture recognition will be quickly implemented in vehicles due to the urgent need for protection and risk aversion. Start-ups and other mid-tier connected car technology firms are being pursued to support the implementation of these innovative vehicle features.

The market is undergoing a transformation, and automakers are evolving into technology firms and appear to be on an equal footing with technology giants, with some of them opting for a collaborative approach to capture market share. Business transformations will occur when the core elements of next-generation platforms and business models are developed and available on vehicles. Technologies such as 5G, widescreen displays, high-performance computers (HPCs), data lakes, and cloud computing are some of the key requirements and related developments.

Some of the topics covered in this outlook are listed below:

  • The future of data-defined vehicles
  • Updates to technologies such as OTA, V2X, and cloud services
  • Operating systems (and how automakers build them)
  • The adoption of cloud and data management solutions
  • Connected car trends from CES 2021
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Amazon
  • AWS
  • BMW
  • GM
  • VW
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1. Strategic Imperatives

  • Why Is It Increasingly Difficult to Grow?
  • The Strategic Imperative 8™
  • The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on the Connected Cars Market
  • Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

2. Growth Environment

  • Key Highlights
  • Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Global Vehicle Connectivity Services
  • Connected Technology Trends for the New Decade
  • Automotive 5G-Key Future Scenarios
  • Service-oriented Business Calls to Redefine E/E Architecture
  • Advent of Open-Source IVI Operating Systems
  • Key OTA Update Insights
  • Data Monetization and Cloud Strategies in the Automotive Industry
  • HMI Trends

3. 2021 Global Economic Outlook

  • COVID-19 Impact on Global GDP Growth
  • Global Growth Scenario Analysis-Assumptions
  • Global GDP Growth Under Different Scenarios
  • COVID-19 Impact on Key Regions

4. 2021 Key Predictions

  • Key Connected Car and Auto IoT Market Trends, 2021
  • The 2020 Connected Cars Market-Forecast versus Actuals
  • Top Predictions for 2021
  • Prediction 1-Adoption of 5G
  • Prediction 2-Redefinition of E/E Architecture
  • Prediction 3-Overhaul of Operating Systems
  • Prediction 4-Cloud Strategies for Differentiation
  • Prediction 5-Evolution of Visual HMI

5. 2021 Regional Predictions

  • 2021 Predictions-The United States and Canada
  • 2021 Predictions-Europe (Excluding the United Kingdom)
  • 2021 Predictions-China
  • 2021 Predictions-Latin America
  • 2021 Predictions-Japan
  • 2021 Predictions-South Korea

6. Growth Environment and Scope

  • Research Scope

7. CES 2021 Update

  • Key Mobility Trends at CES 2021-Electrification and Connected CX Take Center Stage
  • New IVI Design Philosophy-Displays Didn’t Just Grow in Size: They became Compute-intensive

8. Key Global Connected Car Trends, 2021

  • Emerging Connected Car Trends-Before and After the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Post-Pandemic New Growth Areas
  • HWW Features in Connected Cars
  • Redefinition of Vehicle Technologies
  • Case Study-Software/Data-defined Vehicle Use-Cases
  • Recalls-Growing Number of Electronics and Software Issues
  • Key OTA Update Insights
  • Automakers’ OTA Updates (Europe)
  • Maturity of Functional Domains for Functions on Demand
  • FoD Through OTA Updates
  • Cloud Solution Trends-Vendors’ Challenges and Expectations
  • Tech Giants’ Positioning-Enabling Technology Leadership
  • Case Study-Amazon’s Connected Vehicle Ecosystem
  • OEM Adoption of Various Car Cloud Platform Strategies
  • Case Study-In-house versus Outsourcing Strategies: BMW and AWS
  • The Rise of Automotive Operating Systems
  • Advent of Open-Source IVI Operating Systems
  • Case Study-Android Automotive Operating System
  • Customer ID-The Necessary Elements
  • Case Study-VW Customer ID and GM Ultifi
  • Prognostics-Trends and Market Outlook
  • Prognostics-Ecosystem Mapping and Operating Models
  • V2X Regulations-An Overview
  • Preference for C-V2X to Advance Automated Driving
  • V2X-Use-Cases that Support Autonomous Driving
  • HMI Trends
  • Case Study-MBUX Hyperscreen
  • Connected Services Delivered Through the Cloud
  • Case Study-Harman’s Service Delivery Platform
  • Navigation Trends
  • Case Study-HERE Technology Capabilities
  • Smartphone Integration Updates-Android Auto and Apple Carplay
  • New In-vehicle Entertainment Features
  • Evolution of Connected Bike Technology for Zero Fatalities
  • Connectivity in Motorcycles

9. Key Global Auto IoT Trends, 2021

  • Vehicle Manufacturer Investments in Software Development Firms
  • OEM Data Management Strategies
  • Data Monetization and Cloud Strategies in the Automotive Industry
  • Increasing Focus on Cloud Security
  • Overview of Automotive 5G Use-Cases
  • Automotive 5G-Regional Readiness
  • Automotive Tier I Suppliers-Comparative Analysis
  • Multiaccess Edge Computing
  • Connected (CASE) Edge Applications-Examples
  • UBI Market Share Analysis
  • Blockchain’s Role in the Automotive Industry
  • Automotive Blockchain Focus Areas

10. OEM Competitive Benchmarking

  • OEM Partnerships-5G in Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
  • Connected Services (Europe)-Premium Segment
  • Connected Services (Europe)-Volume Segment
  • Connected Services (North America)-Premium Segment
  • Connected Services (North America)-Volume Segment
  • HMI (Europe)-Premium Segment
  • HMI (Europe)-Volume Segment
  • HMI (North America)-Premium Segment
  • HMI (North America)-Volume Segment
  • North American Premium OEMs’ App Integration Summary
  • North American Mass-market OEMs’ App Integration Summary
  • North American Premium OEMs’ Telematics Services Summary
  • North American Mass-market OEMs’ Telematics Services Summary
  • North American Premium OEMs’ HMI Features Comparative Analysis
  • North American Mass-market OEMs’ HMI Features Comparative Analysis
  • European OEMs’ App Integration Summary
  • European OEMs’ Telematics Services Summary
  • Chinese OEMs’ App Integration Summary
  • Chinese OEMs’ Telematics Services Summary
  • Chinese OEMs’ HMI Features Comparative Analysis
  • Automotive UBI Market-Share of TSPs and Insurance Companies

11. Connected Cars-Market Forecast

  • Region-wise Sales Forecast, Connected Cars
  • Region-wise Telematics Unit Shipment Forecast, Connected Cars
  • 4G versus 5G Penetration in Connected Cars (Likely Scenario)
  • Navigation Market Landscape

12. Growth Opportunity Universe, 2021

  • Growth Opportunity 1-Telematics will be a Key Ingredient for Software-oriented Businesses, 2021
  • Growth Opportunity 2-Renewed Interest in In-vehicle Entertainment, 2021
  • Growth Opportunity 3-FoD to Generate Renewed Customer Interest in Connected Services, 2021

13. Key Conclusions

14. Appendix

  • Abbreviations

15. Next Steps

  • Your Next Steps
  • List of Exhibits
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