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Top 20 Connected Car Companies 2017

Leading Suppliers of Automotive in Vehicle (IN-V) Technologies (Embedded, Integrated, Tethered), by Application (Telematics, Navigation, Infotainment) Featuring Analysis of Telematics Control Units (TCU), LTE, bCall, eCall, GLONASS, Stolen Vehicle Tracking (SVT), Usage Based Insurance (UBI), Remote Diagnostics & Vehicle to Everything (V2X) Communications

PUBLISHED: 03 July 2017
PAGES: 232
PRODUCT CODE: AUT0045

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The global connected car market shows immense growth potential primarily due to emergence of certain trends that are expected to exert a positive influence on the market during the forecast period. For example, customer data sharing in exchange for free services will address the low subscription problem in the automotive infotainment market pushing the demand for connected car technologies during the forecast period. Also, big data collected from the individual vehicles can be used by vendors to develop more efficient features, and this will also have a positive influence on the global connected car market during the forecast period.

Visiongain assesses the global connected car market to be valued at $29.9bn in 2017.

Market trends
• Shared data plans to reduce the number of data subscriptions per user
• Growing popularity of LTE data connections in cars will pave the way for Ethernet adoption
• Increase in popularity of predictive driving through contextual help function

Quantitative market analytics
• Market share data for the 20 leading connected car companies
• Global connected car market evaluation and analysis
• Connected car submarket evaluation and analysis for In Vehicle (IN-V) Technologies (Embedded, Integrated, Tethered)
• Connected car subsegment market evaluation and analysis By Application (Telematics, Navigation, Infotainment)

Competitive landscape analysis with market share data and revenues for the 20 leading connected car companies:
• Apple Inc.
• AT&T Inc.
• BMW AG
• Broadcom Corporation
• Daimler AG
• Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
• Ford Motor Company
• General Motors Co.
• Google Inc.
• Honda Motor Co.
• Qualcomm Inc.
• Samsung
• Sierra Wireless
• Tech Mahindra Ltd.
• Tesla
• Toyota Motor Corporation
• Verizon Communications
• Visteon Corporation
• Volkswagen AG
• Volvo

Top 20 Connected Car Companies 2017

Featuring analysis of related connected car technologies
• Telematics Control Units (TCU)
• LTE
• bCall
• eCall
• GLONASS
• Stolen Vehicle Tracking (SVT)
• Usage Based Insurance (UBI)
• Remote Diagnostics
• Vehicle to Everything (V2X) Communications

Qualitative analyses
• SWOT analysis of the connected car market.
• Drivers and restraints influencing the market dynamics
• Consideration of regulation, policy and legal aspects

Visiongain is a trading partner with the US Federal Government
CCR Ref number: KD4R6

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